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Remaining in the city is not an option.

Wounded and weary from their battle at the military base, Will and Isabella want to rest and gather their strength for what lies ahead. But as the military continues to battle foreign insurgents bent on gaining control of Houston, Will and the others must flee the city or risk being pulled back into the fight.

The trip out of Houston won't be easy.

Danger awaits them at every turn as they make their way across East Texas. Desperate and dangerous people have flooded the roadways fleeing the fighting ravaging the city. It becomes a constant struggle for survival.

But with Houston now a war zone, there's no turning back.

©2020 T.L. Payne (P)2021 Tantor

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Great narration but naive inept main character makes this frustrating

I’ve enjoyed this series and like this author but it’s frustrating when the main male character is kind of a sissy. The author has to know that the type of people (like me) that read these types of PA books have little use for naive and inept characters. Every one else around Will seem to have more balls than he does and it’s kind of cringe worthy at times and not in a good way. I don’t like reading books where the main character is such a wimp. Not sure if I’ll continue this series because of that.