DEVASTATION POINT

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What would you do if you were stranded halfway around the world when it crumbled?

THE STORY

The world collapsed after the spread of the hyper-aggressive H5N1 Avian plague and several airborne mutations. By simply breathing the air, billions upon billions around the world died in less than a few months' time.

Soon after, technology and infrastructure disintegrated. Electricity is gone; there are no cell phones, Internet, television or much else. Humanity lies in waste, disease and ruin. Among the remaining survivors, one very rare gene in the human DNA surfaced as resistant to the onslaught.

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Main Character

Connor
Mac

Struggling to find his family

Leading Lady

Amanda
Abbington

Tough, Beautiful and Talented 

The Backup

Marty
McCullough

Marine Recon Sniper

The President

Hannah
Starkes

Leading the search

The Governor

Phoenix
Justice

Power Hungry

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From the Book:

Golden yellow sunlight cut across the clear sky above Pittsburgh, reflecting off countless cars and trucks discarded and abandoned on the cluttered Veteran’s Bridge.

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From the Book:

Discarded military vehicles were scattered everywhere, plugging up many downtown streets. But, right now, there was little in the way of human activity. In fact, Pittsburgh was a ghost town.

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From the Book:

Connor studied the city noting that several intense military battles had certainly taken place downtown.

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From the Book:

“We gonna pass through or skirt this city, Mac?” asked McLeod, “We’ve not yet talked this part through.” Downtown center was a dusty ghost town.

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