When Rock and Caroline are forced to leave The Waste and seek safety across the mysterious Wall-without-Walls they could never have expected their discovery...or the consequences which would follow. The old world with its knowledge is not as lost as many have believed. But is technological advancement alone enough to bring peace?
Once the world was beautiful and full of people. Cities filled the landscape and buildings reached the sky. But now, after The Wandering, very few portions of the old world remain, and more of the surviving fragments of a glorious past disappear every day.
""You have to ring the bell. Read the ... sign""
As Rock and Caroline continue their journey with a new companion, they discover their world is beginning to feel uncomfortably occupied. In RazorsCut, Rock and Caroline find themselves among a people seeking purpose in a "post-Wandering" world. And although all cultures have dealt with the horror of The Wandering in different ways and for different reasons, Rock and Caroline soon learn that no matter how many smiles you see, when lies are told eventually the truth must come out.
"Skipping and singing"
Long ago the earth changed. Billions died. Cities crumbled and civilization as we know it perished. But humanity's drive to live is a stubborn thing, and in the ashes of the old world a new world was reborn. Born of bullets, battle-hardened men and woman scratched out a life on the empty plains of the land now known only as "The Waste". But in a world where every day is a fight for survival a full belly is a luxury, and living long enough to see another rising sun is a success.
"A Futuristic Tale with a Western Flare.."