Grappling with Survival

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A Post-Apocalyptic world unlike any other. Instead of banding together or fighting each other, here the survivors find a world with few resources, little trust and no desire to intermingle. Fears of disease prevent survivors from reaching out for help. How does society survive if the survivors won’t participate?

Book 2 of the "Great Death" series, but can be read without having read the first. More

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Words: 179,370
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301372683
About Vincent Berg

Having spent a career working as a computer specialist in the financial industry in Chicago and New York City, I traveled a lot and met a lot of varied characters. I bring that experience, and a history to looking at problems in unexpected ways to weave interesting stories together.

I struggled with writing for a long time, but could never finish anything, until I realized that while I could suspend my disbelief long enough to read a novel, I couldn't do it long enough to write one. Thus I decided to ignore the standard 'rules' of writing a story.

Every time I write a story, beside a basic plot and a theme, I create a particular writing challenge (like creating a cast of hundreds, or killing of most of my characters). It may not always work, but it keeps me interested, it makes me work that much harder, and it provides some unique tales.

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Review by: Ben Romero on May 08, 2013 :
Have read both books and enjoyed how they transitioned and how the characters were developed. Looking forward to another follow on.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Robert McClintic, Sr on Feb. 18, 2013 :
This is, without a doubt, one of the best written books I have read in the last 50 years !I have been reading this series since I first found " the catalyst", on line. I am waiting for the next volume, hoping I'm still around to read it. Vincent Berg is, indeed, an excellent author, and deserves more praise than I am capable of.
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