Cooper is among the few survivors of an apocalypse that is a result of a conspiracy to depopulate the world. One week ago, college was his biggest concern. Now he is on a perilous journey to find his sister. But zombie attacks aren't the only threat he faces. In this nightmarish reality, the living can be far more dangerous in this new dystopia.
Transition is the third book of the Euphoria Z series set in a post-apocalyptic California. The post-apocalyptic world is in transition. While things may seem safer, a great danger lurks under the surface and sometimes from above. What does the Island have to do with the state of the world, and the invisible creatures? New threats arise and evil is tracked down. Will this finally be the end for Ben and his psychopathic lifestyle? Continue the adventure as we find out what happened to Cooper, Lisa, and the others.
Transformation is the exciting second book in the Euphoria Z Trilogy. Cooper has found his sister, Ellen, and her boyfriend, Taffer, who survived the infection. But there's something not quite right about him now. Cooper must leave Ellen and Taffer behind with a new companion to go on a critical mission to find the one person that might be able to help him. Weed, the surviving member of the Wild Rebels MC, has infiltrated the parking garage as a harmless old man, but he's not fooling everyone.
A dark twisted youth and his voluptuous lover tackle the one thing they sought to avoid, responsibility. In the dangerous streets of Kingspoint they play at thievery, lovemaking, and adventure-seeking. All is well until a demon-possessed sword is dropped upon them, a goddess summons them to her aid, an evil sorcerer searches them out, and it only gets worse.
"I really liked the story, not the narration"
Somewhere in an impoverished desert shantytown there's a life devoid of all things human. Yet from this loveless, hopeless, and altogether barren existence comes fiery hope and unexpected love. As brutal as a Tarantino movie and as tender as a sure-fire chick flick, Bizarro Love drags the listener through the loneliness and ugliness of the character's world. Amidst an utter absence of humanity comes the greatest of human conditions, love and hope.
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