In the post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested wasteland, there is one beacon of safety in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains: The Stronghold. For decades, the inhabitants have fortified and defended the Stronghold from zombie hordes, building their society and culture on military precision. And chosen from the best of the best is Denver Team Alpha. DTA is the elite strike force used to rescue survivors and refugees that have made it to the hellish wasteland of Denver below.
"100 years after the outbreak"
A fortified pocket of survivors tucked into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in the former Boulder, Colorado. A culture based on military training and strength, the Stronghold is now the last bastion for the living. For nearly a century the Stronghold has thrived, rebuilding a small slice of civilization in the midst of a zombie-infested wasteland.
Sometime in the near future, a few years after the Zombie Apocalypse has devastated the world, a small group of soldiers (sort of) is covering the United States Army's advance back into Upstate New York and the Hudson River Valley. The team is what this book is about. How men and women work together to overcome obstacles, deal with loss, and form an efficient fighting unit.
"Decent story, fairly poor narrator"
In the post-apocalyptic, zombie infested wasteland, there is one beacon of safety in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains: The Stronghold. For decades, the inhabitants have fortified and defended the Stronghold from zombie hordes, building their society and culture on military precision.
Learn how to practice Zen in your everyday life. This book contains everything you need to know about Zen Buddhism to start using its wisdom in your daily life. Zen Buddhism is known for going beyond words, with the very specific purpose of catapulting the student toward the indescribable. Spiritual masters of the past have been able to leave their physical bodies and to walk the strands of space, sans corpus, in order to see their environment through nonphysical eyes. Some have been able to levitate their bodies.
"Equates Zen with Scientology Practice"