Following the first round of air raids, Dr. Rachel Parker loses her beloved husband, Andy, in a house fire as they escape with their children to the nearby
High school senior, Tom Mason has spent the last few years terror free, thanks to Dr. Parker. Between his skill at HAM radio and after having been raised by conspiracy theorists, Tom is prepared to hide from these faceless attackers, and even manages to save the teenaged Jenny, who captures his attention for more than just being the lone survivor at a campsite.
Rachel’s sister, Brenda Krous escapes a fallen city with nothing but the clothes on her back, and is quickly captured by the unnamed enemies. Terrified and alone, Brenda is protected by the enigmatic Daniel Bastian even while he helps to hold her captive. Brenda soon discovers information about her sister’s psychology work for the government that could spin the free world into a tumultuous frenzy where the unknown is safer than reality.
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INTO THE END
The end of the world had come.
Rachel hadn’t had a solid night’s sleep in twenty-three months, three weeks and two days. An hour, maybe two a night for the last two years. Twenty-four hour news flickered on the TV.
Crisp May air breezed through the open windows. Rachel tucked the blanket tighter under her chin and readjusted her legs on the couch cushions. Restless leg syndrome would be a perfect excuse for her sleeplessness, but couldn’t be further from the truth. Her legs weren’t restless. She was.
The news anchor returned from commercial. Rachel turned up the volume. A squared picture flashed of burning buildings and gaping crevices. The older woman on screen sighed, weariness covering her lack of surprise. “Another earthquake in the string of disasters to the west coast struck an hour ago in
Ellensburg? Mere hours away. Andy had been right.
The camera shifted to the man who shuffled paper. Lifting eyes desensitized to the horrors from recent days, he continued below a new popup screen. “In other news, after almost ten years of closed, high security airspace, the president has released a statement declaring that the airspace over the States is now open. He has asked for requested assistance from other countries.