Jack sat in the driver’s seat of Old Nelly, gripping his Kimber pistol next to his thigh. No one moved as four children, appearing to be between the ages of seven to fifteen, walked out of Walmart’s front entrance, next to the three parked vehicles. Each held a rifle and was dressed in plundered hunting clothes. Red and blue bandannas covering the lower half of their faces, made it clear the three boys and one girl were not playing war. Continue reading “Chap. 3—Red Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #2)”
No one answered.
Sarah stepped through the door and stood on the small concrete slab. Even though it was the first day of November, the air felt warm and humid. Patches of pink moss covered the damp grass and crept up the lower third of tree trunks. She called again, “Kids, where are you?” Continue reading “Chap. 2—Red Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #2)”
Revelation 6:3–4. 3 When he opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature say, “Come!” 4 And out came another horse, bright red; its rider was permitted to take peace from the earth, so that men should slay one another; and he was given a great sword.
“Wake up you sleepyheads,” Sarah Van Dam shouted. Her voice echoed throughout Owl Observatory’s lobby and the dome above as she walked out of the ladies’ room combing her wet hair. Washing in the sink of a public bathroom was inconvenient and likely unsanitary, but it was her only option. Continue reading “Chap. 1—Red Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #2)”
Continue to follow this ragged bunch of misfits as they fight through the civil unrest and persecution of the second seal.
(Book 2) Ragtag survivors of the first seal (White Horse) successfully rid Earth of the aliens. Staying clear of nuclear power plant meltdowns seemed to be the worst thing they would have to deal with, aside from an occasional zombie. That was, until the second seal (Red Horse) was opened and civil unrest began. Zombie cocoons hatched into mutants, children became gunmen, and animals turned violent, even one of their own people began changing into a zombie. When they finally reached the prepper compound where they thought they would find safety, they found something unexpected, instead.
A suspenseful and frightening journey of persecution, offset with optimism and hope, keeps this ragged bunch of misfits together as they fight through the seven seals of the Book of Revelation.
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Past the water washed glass leading outside, the storm was subsiding with the rising sun. Shallow puddles of water on the concrete reverberated with a sprinkling of raindrops. Inside the engineering building, the control room’s lights flickered, unable to reach normalcy from the emergency shutdown. Continue reading “Chap. 34—White Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #1)”
They scattered like cockroaches to various areas around the dimly lit room before the half-breed entered. Father crouched behind a chair on the other side of the table. Jack dropped Sarah’s clothes and squeezed under the bed, scraping his shoulders on the metal bed frame. Willis saw no place to hide except behind the door as it opened. Continue reading “Chap. 33—White Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #1)”
Tony pulled into Van Buren State Park and parked where they had on their last trip to Palisades Nuclear Power Plant. He looked at his watch. “We have two hours to find the central computers and Sarah.”
Professor Dillon coughed up a large gob of sputum into his saturated handkerchief and wiped his mouth. Continue reading “Chap. 32—White Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #1)”
“It’s done,” Max said, sitting back in his chair, lighting one of the old stale cigarettes that were earlier forced from the antique dispenser in the breakroom by Willis and Georgie. He looked around the quiet observatory dome lit only by computers and a small desk lamp at his workstation. He had been working so intensely on the computer virus, he did not realize it was now the middle of the night and everyone, except him, was sleeping. Continue reading “Chap. 31—White Horse (Seven Seals Redux, #1)”