Gutshot: The Catastrophe

by Patricia Loofbourrow

"...an apocalyptic survival story that moves with the speed of a raging river..."

This is how the world ends. For one man, this is how it begins.

Donald Kerston's life up to now could only be described as a nightmare. But what he wakes up to suddenly becomes much worse.

Struggling for his very survival, for the first time he finds friends and a future - only to be confronted with the one thing he didn't ever want to face.

 

Gutshot: The Catastrophe is a 17,000-word story which takes place 1899 years before The Jacq of Spades: Part 1 of the Red Dog Conspiracy.

About the Author

Patricia Loofbourrow, MD is a NY Times and USA Today best-selling SFF and non-fiction writer, PC gamer, ornamental food gardener, fiber artist, and wildcrafter who loves power tools, dancing, genetics and anything to do with outer space. She was born in southern California and has lived in Chicago and Tokyo. She currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three grown children.


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