A Pittsburgh Storm

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Early next year, a deadly and unexplained virus emerges on the US continent. Within weeks, the entire world's population faces extinction. Amongst the chaos of a ruined world stand a few mysteriously unaffected individuals. Lost and alone. This is the bizarre story of one of those individuals as he travels through the Pennsylvania country, in search of meaning in this newly desolate world.

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About David R. O'Keeffe

I'm an Anglo-Irish writer, concentrating in Science Fiction, Horror, and Literary fiction. I'm an English Teacher.

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Review by: D McKillip on Sep. 17, 2010 :
I wouldn't mind reading a sequel. The story held my interest throughout. One major thing bugged me in the book. The protagonist is an English major and he starts paragraphs with "And" and "But". I'm not an english expert but remember in school you aren't supposed to begin sentences with these words, let alone paragraphs.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Review by: stacy thibeault on Oct. 11, 2009 :
I am a big fan of apocalypse fiction which is what made me purchase this book.I really enjoyed it.Once I started it I pretty much read it straight through.I would love to know what happens to Martin and Matt though.I know that nowadays sequels and series are par for the course and some books REALLY should just stop after the first but I think this would book would make a great first in a series so..............here's hoping!
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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