Dead Man's Skin

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Brimstone Book One: Jessie follows Father Stone into the wasteland, hoping to escape her fate and take control of her life in the ruins of a shattered earth. More

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About Rick A. Carroll

Rick A. Carroll was born in 1976 in Mobile, Alabama and grew up moving around between Colorado, Montana, and eventually Santa Fe, New Mexico, a place he still considers home. After High School, he traveled most of the United States, and eventually attended Film School in Orlando, Florida. During that time he met and married his wife after two weeks. He currently lives in St. John’s, Newfoundland with his extremely patient wife, extremely loud kids, two irritating cats, and one dumb dog.

He can often be found playing video games, making ignorant statements to his wife, trying to act like a responsible adult, and justifying his desire to not ever wear pants. Just recently, he wrote two paragraphs about himself in the third person because he is just that kind of person.

About the Series: Brimstone
Just as the stars seemed to be within reach, humanity turned on itself and the Earth was left ravaged by war. After a generation of eternal winter that left most the globe barren, mankind begins to crawl out of the ashes.

In the Rio Lands, the blistering heat and dry air has left many of the ruins of the Old Earth intact. New nations form and begin to tame the Wasteland, only to be struck down by the descendants of the very people that destroyed the world to begin with.

Now it is up to an orphan girl to stand against the storm, and be the hero this infant Earth desperately needs.

Reviews

Review by: Cameron on Nov. 14, 2014 :
One of the better post-apocalypse books around. The book is short (189p) and appears that it might be an introduction to a series. Despite numerous spelling errors and grammatical mistakes the book flows well and is easy to read. Anyone that likes Sci-Fi should read this book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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