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Love, Death, & The After: Darkness

Book 1

by CK Page

Darkness - CK Page - Love, Death & the After
Part of the Love Death & The After series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 2.99
Pages: 146
Paperback: $ 9.99
ISBN: 1983127884
Size: 5.50 x 8.50 in
Pages: 196

“Human civilization has collapsed. Rainey Vidic, MD is a genius, and she has Preston Hayes--her open hand, or hammering fist...

...Only the strongest and smartest will survive in The After.

A gifted surgeon, her retired warrior lover, a former Marine, and a taciturn drone pilot fight for survival in a dangerous and pitiless world, while navigating human needs for love, family and community.

When one of their own faces a lethal illness, Dr. Rainey Vidic's efforts are compromised by a savage horde of highly intelligent, relentlessly evil creatures that threaten the lives of the entire team.

Desperate to save their teammate, the Team encounters an imperiled town of survivors that may hold the key to saving them all. . . or send humanity into extinction.

With echoes of McCarthy's "The Road" and the thrill ride of "Jurassic Park," this three volume, four part series, "Love, Death, & The After," tests the limits of romance, loyalty, and community against a violent world hell-bent on devouring it all.

This book, Love, Death, & The After: Darkness is the first of three:

Book 2: Love, Death, & The After: Abandoned Spaces

Book 3: Love, Death, & The After: Never Again”

Publisher: Independently Published
Cover Artists:
Tropes: Abandoned Place, Band of Brothers/Sisters, Body Modifications, Born Hero, Conspiracy, Dystopian Governments, Fated Mates, Fellowship, Here Comes the Cavalry, Humanity is Dangerous, Hunted, Mad Scientist, Person in Distress, Post-Apocalyptic, Ultimate Evil

Setting: Former United States

Languages Available: English

Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters

About the Author

Christopher “CK” Page writes from overpopulated, water-deficient California with a brilliant Mate and some Beasts ("Knuckleheads of felus domesticus")—there are some grown-up Offspring somewhere—“Call yer father!”