Into the Badlands by Brian J. Jarrett
(A post-apocalyptic thriller)

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Three years ago a global pandemic wiped civilization off the planet. Human monsters now roam the land, transformed by the virus into wild animals, killing anyone in their way.
Ed Brady and his two sons survived the end of the world by relying on each other. They're headed to St. Louis in search of a safe haven, gambling everything on a promise overheard in a garbled radio transmission.
But when they stumble upon an injured survivor who needs their help, Ed must make a choice.
Help and risk everything.
Or allow her to die and give up the only thing keeping them human.

About Brian J. Jarrett

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Brian J. Jarrett is a computer programmer by day; horror and post-apocalyptic thriller writer by night.Some of Brian's influences include Stephen King, Arthur C. Clarke, Robert R. McCammon, J.A. Konrath, Larry Niven, Dan Simmons, H.G. Wells, George Orwell, James P. Hogan, Joel Arnold, John Rector, and Cormac McCarthy.Brian's work often centers around ordinary people placed in extraordinary situations. His themes include post-civilization survival, psychological terror, horrific creatures, and strange realities.Brian strives to create rich and unique characters readers care about. His books are fast-paced page-turners, designed to keep the reader engaged and always wanting more. Without the overhead of traditional publishing he can offer good books at low prices, connecting directly with readers.Thanks for reading!(To date Brian has released one novel and a collection of short stories. He is currently at work on two novels due out in 2012, one of these being the sequel to his debut novel "Into the Badlands".)
Published November 21, 2013 by Elegy Publishing, LLC. 271 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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