It's been almost a year since the first signs that we killed our planet began to arise. Order and humanity are gone now, replaced by vigilante justice and survival at all costs. Nine months have passed since the quarantines were put in place. Six months since we realized it was too late, and just after that, the governments of the world fell.
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Awakening to the grim realization that his arm is missing, Charles finds himself in a situation he's never considered before. He's no longer alone. Having saved his life, Lindsay joins him in his effort to reach Florida. Finding what could likely be the last remains of civilization, they are forced to flee from things even worse than the walking dead.
With the loss of Lindsay, Charles clings to his humanity by a thread of little more than desperation. With vengeance in his heart, he takes the fight to the zealots. Fleeing Atlanta, he is haunted by his past and the memories of those he has loved. Injured and close to death, he seeks out the only remaining things dear to him - his daughters.
War threatens to engulf the savannah when humans attempt to destroy the lion pride inhabiting it. Malaika, the prince, fears they were after his family line due to the generations of demons they possessed. After exiling himself, Malaika finds himself involved with a white lioness, Uzuri, with her own darkness. Love brings them closer together only to be separated by a cry for help. Malaika returns home in hopes of uniting the prides but his demon has other plans.
Joshua was an ordinary man living an ordinary life, until one night when he is struck by lightning, waking up with the power of electricity. Not sure how any of this happened, he and his best friend, Tony, soon find themselves being hunted by a secret government organization bent on using the powers of people like him for their own dark purposes. Now on the run, Joshua is forced into a life he could have never imagined full of superpowers, subterfuge, and danger. Will he be able to save himself and others like him, or will he become a victim like the countless others before him?