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Caldera 3: Return to Yellowstone
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Months after an ancient rage virus erupts from the depths of Yellowstone, survivors find themselves scattered. Clinging to life in clusters, hiding from the infected and scavenging from the remnants of humanity, life has evolved to mere survival. The US government has attempted to reestablish itself in the last safe place on earth: an offshore flotilla of naval vessels. The last of the CDC’s disease researchers work tirelessly to find a cure, but the virus keeps mutating. They need the original strain from Yellowstone.
James Creed, the man who can travel through time using his mind as a weapon, continues his journey in the town of Hartford, CT, in the year 1944, where he takes over the body of a police officer. A young nurse helps him escape from his nemesis Dearborn, and guides him to find the answers he needs to stop a circus fire intended to kill many, and play a part in changing the future as we know it. He continues his journey in the year 1985, where together with Sara, the woman he loves and whose life he saved in Land of the Living, as they try to find the answers they need to save the future. Get a glimpse of the year 2035, where his son Michael battles a new nemesis behind the master plan to kill half the population, and control the world.
When their plane crashed, their desire took flight. CEO Maine Braxton and his invaluable assistant, Colby, don't realize they share a deep secret: they're in love - with each other. That secret may have never come to light but for a terrifying plane crash in the Cascade Mountains that changes everything.
James Creed, the man who can travel through time using his mind as a weapon, continues his journey in Los Angeles in the year 1985, where he brings Sara to meet her destiny and play her part in saving the future. He also travels back to the town of Hartford, CT, in the year 1944 in the body of Luke, the young police officer. With help from Angela, the young nurse who’s helping him, he finds the answers he needs to stop the great circus fire that will kill many and play a part in changing the future as we know it.
The life of a Wanderer has never been without its hazards. However, now not only are their supernatural foes out for blood, but the government has cast its controlling eye on the Wanderers. Raphael, Therese, and an old friend must locate the new apprentice and bring him under their protection before an old foe can stop them.
Recently credited with wiping out the Neanderthals, an ancient virus is released within Yellowstone National Park and quickly spreads. A desperate plea for assistance reaches the military, but are they coming to help those battling for their lives or to wipe out every living thing in an effort to prevent a second mass extinction? Follow a select group of individuals as they fight for survival. Can they avoid the infected? Can they evade the military called in to help? Can they trust each other? Will humanity survive the raging cannibals that erupt from within?
The Wanderers have protected humankind for millennia against the forces of Darkness. Now, the last surviving Wanderer, Rafe Semmes, must again battle Rowle - the only Wanderer to ever go rogue and turn against his fellows - as Rowle attempts to kick-start Ragnarök, the battle foretold in Norse mythology as heralding the end of the world and doom for mankind and the gods themselves. Joining Rafe in his epic struggle to stop Rowle from opening a gateway to our world that would draw the old gods into the battle is the last Wanderer apprentice, Tess.
For years, the biggest threat that Yellowstone was thought to offer was in the form of its semi-dormant super volcano. Little did anyone realize the threat was real and slowly working its way to the surface, but not in the form of magma. Lying deep within the bowels of the Earth itself, an ancient virus waited. Recently credited with the extinction of Neanderthal man, the virus erupts into a crowded Yellowstone. The park is packed with sight seers and party goers during a benefit concert who are all now fodder for the ancient rage virus.
Land of the Living is an adventure series that follows James Creed, a man in his 50s who lost his family and the woman he loves, when he discovers the ability to travel through time using his mind. He wakes up one morning to discover he is back in his 20-year-old body in the year 1985, and gets a second chance to save them, only to find out he is the last hope to save the future of mankind....
Most people faced with the zombie apocalypse are simply trying to survive. Joel Landon is determined to live...by any means necessary. All he needs to do is surround himself with the right people who have the same mindset. Of course, they also have to understand that there are rules. No society can flourish without them. If you step out of line, the last words you hear will be, "I sentence you to the darkness." Could there be a fate worse than death by zombie?
In 1925, Colonel Percy Fawcett and his son Jack set out in search of the Lost City of Z. They are never heard from again. Back from fighting zombies in Russia, Jackson Cutter was enjoying an extended vacation with his new girlfriend. But when he and his team of specialists are hired to travel to the Amazon Basin and figure out what happened to Colonel Fawcett's ill-fated expedition, he discovers the true meaning of the Lost City of Z. Zombies.
Beau Legacy figured he'd screwed up his chance for happily-ever-after a long time ago when he let Grace Summerfield get away. But now she's back. Separated from her cheating husband and with two little children, she's still the prettiest girl Beau has ever seen and it takes only one look to have that old familiar yearning taking hold of him. Beau wants a second chance, but there are a lot of obstacles to be overcome before Grace will trust him again. If ever.
In book 3 of Z Children, follow Juan's group as they traverse the dangerous and challenging landscape of the US, meeting monsters both dead and alive. A quick stop at a gas station escalates into a bloody gang scene. An established fort hides horrendous, less-than-humane secrets. And the death of someone close leaves the group emotionally shattered.
Rafe survived the fight with the renegade Wanderer, Rowle, but was unable to defeat him. As promised, Fate finds Rafe an apprentice. He arrives at Wilford Hall expecting to find a seriously injured veteran, what he didn't expect to find was a veteran missing a couple of limbs, who was female, the lovely Therese Sylvan. Regardless, his only way to convince her to leave with him is to heal her minor injuries and tell her that he can also restore her limbs.
A western paranormal tale of passion and danger. She's as exotic as her name. All woman and all warrior. Illiana is no shy flower. She's a handful. Actually more. Big, strong, and fearless, she inspires desire that surpasses anything John Luke Legacy has ever felt. But it's more than passion. Illiana inspires emotions he didn't think himself capable of.
Alone and friendless, the Wanderers, servants of Fate, maintain the balance between the supernatural world and mankind's. For millennia the Wanderers protected that balance - but now a renegade Wanderer arises to open the doors between the earth and our greatest nightmares. Years ago Fate scavenged Rafe from the battlefields of Vietnam, handing him over to a mentor he barely knew before the rogue Wanderer slaughtered him.
A man can love a woman. There's no trick to that. And a man can love a dog, especially if it is a good dog with worship in its eyes. But can a man love a fish? An experienced trout fisherman reminisces about the love of opening day in various location in Wisconsin.
Thirty-eight years ago I wrote "Drink, Drank, Drunk", a series of six articles for the
Milwaukee Journal in which I used my personal experience with booze, along with pointing out the stranglehold the beer/booze industry has on our society. Incredibly, a recent review of those articles leads to the inevitable and unfortunate conclusion that with only minor changes for updating statistics, they could have been written yesterday. Never in my many years of practicing journalism have I ever experienced the kind of reader response "Drink, Drank, Drunk" generated.