A Dangerous Destiny
Some of the survivors are different, powerful. Their bloodlines have been brought together in this time and place to create safety for the remnants of all societies. Fated to lead and rebuild, these magnetic women and men are now the most valuable commodity in the apocalyptic wastelands.
Nuclear war devastated the world just days before Christmas. All governments went underground, leaving their citizens to fend for themselves. The desperate normals who barely managed to stay alive must now make a choice. Do they join the strange, dangerous survivors in forming a more perfect union or do they kill every last one of them? One choice will save the world. The other will finish burying it under the nuclear ashes.
This is Safe Haven
"We offer food, shelter, and protection to all survivors. Does anyone copy? …hello? Is anyone alive out there?"
The end of the world has given humanity a harsh, merciless existence, where nature tries hard to push us to the very brink of extinction. Everything is against us, between us. Untold miles of lawless, apocalyptic roads wait for our feet, and the future, cold and dark, offers little comfort. Without change, there can be no peace—only survivors.
Good story, thought it was going to be about real people, so disappointed when suddenly magic and witches were in the book. Read the whole book and the story kept replaying the four people caught in the relationships. A little more about how Adrian started and how others arrived would have been good. Constant reference to rotting corpses did seem over the top. Any form of organised survivor group would know they should be burned to stop the spread of more common diseases other than radiation. In the caravan of survivors they have cattle, pigs and other animals, if there has been nuclear explosions any animal fed on the grass or fodder would automatically be contaminated by nuclear fallout and would not be safe to,eat even if they appeared healthy, as happened when Chernobyl blew up and the contamination meant that animals from as far away as Wales UK could not safely enter the food chain.