Wandering Through the Shadows of Earth
Rox M. Ven
An end-of-the-world survival story, unlike any other, where the inhabitants of the planet get only vague warnings of what is to come. All that is important to modern-day humans is ripped away from the Earth in a sweeping monumental event.
Lexi Davey, a big fan of post-apocalyptic stories, finds herself oddly prepared in the devastated suburb of Phoenix. She is not a doomsday prepper, but she knows to swiftly set a plan in motion to find weapons, supplies, and the tools needed to stay alive just in case this is happening nationally or internationally.
Hindered by the weight of depression, and the loss of the life and family Lexi took for granted, the unbearable loss makes it challenging to find the motivation to continue on her survival mission.
Lexi’s quest becomes hopeful when she runs into other survivors along the way to New Mexico in search of her missing daughters. Lexi must overcome her despair as she struggles to trust and connect with strangers. She and her new allies avoid inadvertent run-ins with a local biker gang, which ultimately result in an interconnected fate.
There is more to this extinction than they will ever know. Earth was warning us globally. The world’s leaders did not take heed. Why did people have to pay the final price? It soon becomes a terrifying realization that in time they will need to adapt to primitive life and forever face the ominous shadows of Earth.