PaxCorpus

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
What would you do if, six years after the apocalypse, your shattered memory began to return? Piece by piece, everything that happened and the tale of your survival unfolds right in front of you and at the exact same time, the past repeats itself.

Would you stop the process? What if you couldn't? More
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About Meryl S. Kavanagh

MERYL S. KAVANAGH is a trans woman, an author, a curator of worlds. She's been writing since 2008, starting with her first, PaxCorpus.

Meryl has been to college for creative writing, law enforcement and forensic psychology. Her interests lie in, besides fiction, life, the universe and everything. If not for being an author, she might have ended up being an astronaut, or an astronomer at the very least.

She is also versed in non-fiction, freelance writing, blogging, games and tabletop gaming.

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PaxCorpus Trailer
Voiced and produced by Scott "Scooter" Fortney -- www.takemyvoice.com -- this is the trailer to my soon-to-be released novel, PaxCorpus. Ever wondered what it's about? Wanted to know if it's more than just zombies and bullets? Well, now ya can find out! Enjoy. Trailer dialogue written by Ryan S. Fortney (Me) Cover art by Leah Moore - http://ghostnoise.deviantart.com

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Reviews

Review by: Willie Wit on April 15, 2011 :
This tale powers along like a juggernaut , different threads of a strong storyline interlace and explore a range of characters constantly under pressure.
The action is regular and well handled , reliably noisy and gory .
Surprising poetic moments are sprinkled throughout which added another dimension to the whole experience .
recommended.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Saul Alvarez on April 02, 2011 :
Really good plot. The ending was quite unexpected in a way.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: adam clauser on March 12, 2011 :
have been following up since the first few chapters in its larvae stage. cant wait for the sequel
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Leah Moore on March 11, 2011 :
Just bought it and read a bit of it already. Great story line and lots of underlying plots with some great characters. Looking forward to reading the rest!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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