Heaster Wharton is dead, and his passing might mean an end to hostilities between the Manders and the Coys. If the the elderly patriarch showed the kindness and foresight to split his land cleanly between his feuding descendants, then a truce could be arranged. But his final request is a strange one, delivered across the country to the straggling remnants of his tribe. Representatives from both families must visit a cave at the edge of his property in the hills of Kentucky.
"Horror Story with Daniel Boone"
Gabriella Mallory, AP student and perfect-daughter-in-training, stands barefoot on a public toilet for three hours while her school is on lockdown. Someone has planted a bomb, and she is hiding. The bomb is defused, but the would-be bomber is still at large - and everyone at Central High School is a suspect. The school starts a top-secret crisis help line, and Gabi is invited to join. When she does, she is drawn into a suspenseful game of cat and mouse with the bomber, who has unfinished business.
"As Seen at the Olympics, There Is Still a Lot of Ignorance about Adoption" is from the August 09, 2016 Lifestyle section of The Washington Post. It was written by Jenn Morson and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"Coca-Cola CEO: Soda Lovers Still out There, but Drinking Smaller Amounts" is from the July 27, 2016, Money section of The USA Today. It was written by Hadley Malcolm and narrated by Paige McKinney.
Unlike her last two books, this last edition allows everyone to see how her life has been changing since she last shared with listeners. After realizing just how dangerous and heart breaking living in a world full of zombies can be, Addison is preparing to take a big risk in hope of a big reward. Presented with hard choices and impossible goodbyes, see Addison grow up fast to keep going in the post-apocalyptic wasteland she calls home. But never fear.