Aftermath (Invasion of the Dead, Book 1) by Owen Baillie

By Owen Baillie

This can be the 1st publication in a chain of 9, approximately a regular bunch of neighbors, and their plight to outlive an apocalypse in Australia.

Deep underneath defence headquarters within the Australian Capital Territory, the final score military leader and an excellent scientist fight with solutions to the cave in of the realm, and the aftermath of an unheard of virus. Is it a typical mutation, or does the an infection contain
more sinister roots?

One hundred and fifty miles away, 5 buddies getting back from a month-long tenting journey slowly observe that loss of life has swept throughout the state. What greets them in a gentle revelation is an enemy past examine.

Armed with dwindling ammunition, the chums needs to triumph over their disagreements, make the most of their person talents, and face unbelievable horrors as they conflict to arrive their hometown...

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She's sit­ 42 ting in the open doorway looking out over the lake. The poison? She goes on: "This lake's always looked like this, lots of birds and frogs living here. " There are so many questions. do not know where to start asking. There is the big first question, and be­ fore that is asked and answered the others cannot be asked. That is the question about the illness. "It is a very beautiful lake," I say. I can see it shim­ mering silver beyond her. Somehow I am sure it is beautiful, even though I have never seen any other lake.

If he gets sick from the lake poison on top of every­ thing else, I can't expect him to leave soon. He sim­ ply won't be able to. I don't know how much longer I can keep him a secret from Mom. She's depressed and unhappy now. It would be the last straw for her to find out there's someone sick actually living here among us at the lake. I should never have got­ ten into all of this. I still haven't asked him anything, and he's told me nothing and asked me nothing. I'd have thought he'd have explained something about how he got trapped in those caves, but not a word.

26 I'm disappointed, I think, that the boy has disap­ peared. It's time to do the clocks. Mom's cutting up vege­ tables for dinner. I wind the little clock and the middle clock, but the key has disappeared for the big carved clock. Usually the key is underneath it, and I open the glass door covering the face of the clock and put the key into a little hole near the center of the face. But this time the key's gone. " She doesn't look at me, keeps on chopping. "I've taken it," she says. " "You don't want me to wind it?

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