The Flight to Blue River:
“You better come home. People are dying.” Who she wonders? Who is dying?
Betrayed by love, Anna’s new life suits her just fine. With memories of youth and the Blue River Ranch pushed to the back of her mind, college life in Oregon is perfect. Until now.
All communications systems are as dead as the people who built them. So are most means of transportation. Anna has nothing left but good hiking boots, a backpack, and a desperate need to get back to Colorado. With a backpack full of supplies and a pistol on her hip, Anna starts walking.
A thousand miles of post-apocalyptic wasteland lies between her and the Blue River Ranch. Can one woman, alone, survive such a journey? If she does survive, what awaits her at the journey’s end?
The world has changed. V-1 no longer threatens humanity. Or so it seems.
Twenty years since the great dying. Survivors and their descendants are immune to the virus that killed so many. Or are they? Stable communities are scattered from the Blue River in Kansas to the Blue River in Colorado. All face an even greater threat than V-1. The survivors’ offspring are all girls. In a world sorely lacking in scientific and medical technology, only a genetic cure can insure the continued survival of humanity.
The lack of male offspring isn’t the only problem for the Blue River communities. There are others who survived the great dying. To the south and the east, the New Army of God is on the move, expanding New Dixie to the north and the west.
***Because of language, violence, and mature themes, the author recommends these books for readers aged 17 and older. ***