Crusade (Eden Book 2) by Tony Monchinski

By Tony Monchinski

The area is lifeless. hundreds of thousands of flesh-hungry zombies roam the land, searching out the final survivors. blood brother, a pregnant Julie, Mickey, Gwen and undergo are refugees from Eden, looking a greater position. alongside the best way they face adversaries dwelling and lifeless, and befriend new survivors, whose sole desire lies is the entire annihilation of the undead. but none suspects that the real danger lies inside of their ranks. the single likelihood humanity has is a complete war--a crusade--against the zombie hordes. In a warfare of the residing as opposed to the useless, the stakes are excessive and just one aspect can emerge effective!

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Partner! " exclaimed Eradicate with a scowl, for there was not the best of feeling between the two. Eradicate had served in the Swift family many years, and he rather resented the coming of the giant, who performed many services formerly the province of the colored man. "Well, never mind what he is, Rad," laughed Tom. "You just show me what you did. " "Oh, suffin done happened all right, Massa Tom. Yas, sah! " cried Eradicate, with such odd emphasis that Tom and Ned both laughed. "An' suffin happened to me," went on the colored man, rubbing his shocked arm.

Well, I ought to be working on my photo telephone," was the answer. "I've got a new idea now. I'm going to try a different kind of current, and use a more sensitive plate. " "Oh, let your experiments go for a little while, Tom," suggested Ned. "Come on over to Mr. Damon's. " "That's the only way to succeed," remarked Tom. "Really, Ned, while I feel sorry about the airship, of course, I ought to be working on my telephone. " "That's not the way to talk, Tom. " "Well, if you insist on it I suppose I may as well go.

Ned burst in, crying out: "Tom! What is it? What happened? " There was no answer. Fearing the worst, Ned hurried to the small booth, in one corner of the big, dimly lighted shop. He could see Tom's lamp burning in the telephone compartment, "Tom! " called the young banker. Still there was no answer, and Ned, springing forward, threw open the double, sound−proof door of the booth. Then he saw Tom lying unconscious, with his head and arms on the table in front of him, while the low buzzing of the electrical apparatus in the transmitting box told that the current had not been shut off.

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