When America is hit with a pandemic - soon finding out it was a viral and biochemical attack from terrorists - the population is both shocked and relieved to quickly have a vaccine on hand to save them. Untested and rushed to market, the people don’t care. In droves they line up, hoping to avoid the deadly virus.
But when a new variant strikes the vaxxed population, chaos and mayhem soon follow. Too late, they discover there is something much worse than the virus unleashed on the United States; something so hideous and terrifying, it will make the virus look like a bad case of the flu.
Lilly and Pepper are twins. While Pepper, an Atlanta police officer, tries to hold the blue line in a world gone mad, Lilly, a deaf Medical Research Assistant at the CDC, struggles through the apocalypse - along with her best friend, Bo, and her dog, Moses - in search of her son. Together, they’ll have to part the red sea of death and find safety and deliverance from the evil that has pervaded America.
DISCLAIMER: The book contains a few wordy-dirds, mostly in Chapter 36, Grandpa’s Last Stand, the content of which may trigger veterans with PTSD. The language is essential for this chapter, especially.