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When Seas Die: Book II: Beyond the Last Day

ISBN: 0595292445;
Издательство: iUniverse
Страниц: 431

Book Description Beyond the Last Day is the second action-packed installment in the When Seas Die Trilogy. Lowell Martin, his older brother Barret, Columbia University biologist Mack Fairley and several others, rescued from biological holocaust must now survive in a savage, barren world as they leave New York in a specialized NASA plane enroute to Point Barrow, Alaska. Along the way they chase rescue beacons, run low on fuel in snow-blown Canada, meet and fight grisly, attacking mutant defenders at an abandoned NORAD base; and finally get blown from the sky and crash in the southern Yukon. Here they finally meet more survivors of the bio/nuclear attack. The only problem is—can they make it out from this mile-high valley which imprisons them? Before their food and supplies run out? Was the discovery of these quirky survivors really worth losing their ship to try and save them? Deeper still, even if they do beat the odds and leave, where will they go? ...

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