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|New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle||F REED (Text)||39231033810306||Ratcliffe-Carnegie Reading Room||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781647380182
- ISBN: 1647380189
- Physical Description: 222 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Barto, PA : Creative Texts Publishers, 
"Post-apocalyptic fiction"--Front cover.
Things are peaceful for a change around the Sanders' Farms, however, and Clay barely knows what to do with himself. There are new trainees being brought up to standard, young women who have already been victimized once and have sworn to never have it happen again. There are gardens and greenhouses bearing fruit, which means as many hands as possible gathering that bounty and socking it away for winter. It will soon be harvest, which means gathering silage and hay from over two thousand acres of land. So while things may be peaceful at the moment, there is plenty to actually do. But nothing lasts forever. A National Guard unit, a real one this time, rolls up to the farm, having taken a wrong turn in their attempt to reach Jordan. By the end of his conversation with their Captain, Clay has invited the entire unit to dinner, eager for any information the Captain can provide and figuring the cost of a meal for a company of soldiers to be cheap enough payment in exchange. The news isn't very good, though the group themselves are not only well mannered but also grateful. Clay hopes this will be the start of a good friendship with the people who look to be taking responsibility for their region but is cautious. Two things will happen to help cement that relationship. The first is when Clay and a select few others accompany the Captain to Lewiston, providing horses for a patrol of soldiers. The second is an intercepted radio transmission that bears a single word: Brimstone.
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