The Last Layover: The New Homefront Volume 1

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The Last Layover is a fiction novel based on real places and potential scenarios where the comfort, security, and conveniences of our modern first world society quickly come to an end. Imagine yourself far from home when the world suddenly changes. Discover the dark side that humanity can quickly take, as well as the good that can come from faith, family, and friendship. More

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About Steven Bird

I was born and raised in Eastern Kentucky and lived there until I graduated high school and joined the U.S. Navy. It was a blessing being born and raised in a place where I could grow up with a foundation in self sufficiency. There I would learn to hunt, fish, camp, and repair or build most anything from scratch.

Having joined the Navy to earn money for college, I had the privilege of traveling the world several times over. After leaving the Navy, with a Bachelors Degree and my professional flight certificates in hand, I pursued a career in professional aviation.

Today I work full time as a captain for a large domestic regional airline. I have both current and previous experience in military and federal law enforcement as well.

I do most of my writing while traveling for work on overnight layovers, which probably explains the theme behind my first novel.

My wife Monica and I are building and growing a small homestead in beautiful East Tennessee, where we have three wonderful children.

Thank you for taking the time to visit my profile. I hope you enjoy my books.

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Review by: ccassell on May 07, 2014 :
Once I started reading this book I didn't walk away from it until I was finished! Around every corner I found myself anxious to see what would happen next. In the current and declining state of our government coupled with an enormous threat of terrorism at any given time it's easy to see how the scenarios in this book could be realistic. Great read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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