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FREE DOWNLOAD â The Decay Omnibus ô A Nearby Nuclear Attack Rocks A Small Town In Pennsylvania, Sending One Man, Paul, And His Step Daughter, Julie, On A Perilous Journey Of Survival What Started Out As A Normal Friday Afternoon Soon Shatters Into A Race For Survival Against The Odds Upon The Loss Of Communications Cell Phones, Internet And Electricity As A Result Of The Nation S Downed Power Grids Paul Attempts To Get In Contact With His Wife, Samantha, Who Is Away On Business In Colorado, But Soon Discovers That His Only Option Is To Travel Cross Country Amidst The Chaos Of Strategically Timed Nuclear Attacks Along The East CoastDuring Their Travels, Paul And Julie Discover A Quaint Rural Community, Safely Tucked Away And Sealed Off From The Dangers Of The Outside World The Town, Led By A Former County Sheriff, Offers Hope And Normalcy For Visitors Lost In A Sea Of Confusion Trouble Soon Comes In The Form Of A Doomsday Cult, And Their Fanatical Leader, Who Reside Nearby, Awaiting A Reckoning Of Apocalyptic Proportions Meanwhile, In A Protective Bunker Underground, Paul S Wife, Samantha, Finds Herself Under The Watchful Eye Of The Influential And Powerful Senator Bryant And A Group Of Elites Who May Or May Not Have Engineered The Nuclear Attacks As Part Of Massive Worldwide Conspiracy Meant To Change The World ForeverEvents Are Further Tied Together In New York City As Sacha, A Polish Immigrant Taken Into Custody As A Terror Suspect, Begins A Journey That Leads Him To A Group Of Escaped Prisoners Who Could Very Well Be Involved In The Terror Attacks Plaguing The Country After Being Accepted Into Their Group, He Hopes To Prevent Their Goals Of Mass Destruction Full Of Action And Suspense At Every Corner, The Decay Will Keep You On The Edge Of Your Seat Where Noting Is Safe And Humanity Has Reached Its Breaking Point Don T Miss This Three Episode Omnibus Collection Of The Hit Dystopian Science Fiction Thriller Destined To Bring You Into A Strange New World Of Apocalyptic Visions Peppered with mistakes This story desperately needs a strong editor. I normally don t read stories about the apocalypse This series is composed of three stories that tie into each other I was able to get all three books under the same cover I decided to try and read the book I was very pleasantly surprised I found the book to be a real page turner It had an excellent story and very strong characters I thoroughly enjoyed this book and strongly recommend it This starts out a little slow in the first few pages, but when it took off I found myself caught up in it to the point that I didn t want to put it down A bombing on Wall Street starts all of it with people running for their lives Paul with his step daughter Juliet, head off to find Samantha, his wife, who is on a business trip in New York where the bombing took place It has alot of editing problems misused words, misspelled words, and words used incorrectly I liked the story all the way up This starts out a little slow in the first few pages, but when it took off I found myself caught up in it to the point that I didn t want to put it down A bombing on Wall Street starts all of it with people running for their lives Paul with his step daughter Juliet, head off to find Samantha, his wife, who is on a business trip in New York where the bombing took place It has alot of editing problems misused words, misspelled words, and words used incorrectly I liked the story all the way up to the last couple of pages, where it just ends abruptly I felt like the writer just got bored and wanted to end it quickly, and for me that just ruins the book This apocalypse story is amazing There is nonstop action and the situations that Paul and his step daughter Julie deal with are exactly what I would expect in an apocalypse it isn t overly done nor does it simplify There are deaths of people you will grow to love and bad guys win the day sometimes One big pet peeve is the grammar, misspellings etc ie the usage of the word rouge instead of rogue I have trouble ignoring it and it distracts me from the flow of the story which is great