Dances with Words

The Eleventh Plague: A not-so-distant future we hope never happens

After a world war and a plague that has destroyed two thirds of the population, America has become a dangerous place. Ordinary people are few; slavers and ex-military roam the countryside. Fifteen year old Stephen Quinn and his father make up another group, salvagers; people who move constantly, looking for  whatever they can find to trade and trying to avoid capture. It’s the only life Stephen has ever known, and when their leader, his grandfather, dies, Stephen expects to simply continue salvaging with his dad. When the two come across a downed plane, Stephen sees another side of his father. His dad’s bravery in freeing a woman and child caught by slavers sets in motion a string of events that bring the two to a hidden community, and a group of people determined to build a new world but facing untold challenges daily to do so. Find The Eleventh Plague in New Arrivals.the-eleventh-plague-sm

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