Humanity Abides - Book One
"Shelter"

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    All-out nuclear war… A world devastated. Where would you go? Two hundred and sixty-four survivors, saved by a man of vision, were selected to live and carry on through the toughest ordeal mankind had ever faced.


       Volume one of three, this book is the beginning of their journey as they travel from near and far to reach a safe haven and learn to survive and cope in a world forever changed. The story of Will Hargraves, a billionaire defense contractor, and Mark Teller, his protégé. Along with Will’s daughter Chris, and many others, they find shelter from the apocalypse only to have it snatched from them as creatures of the dark invade their sanctuary.


Humanity Abides - Book Three
"The Search For Home"

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 In the final book of the Humanity Abides Series, Mark Teller, along with his wife and family, and a small group of friends, leave their sheltered valley in New Mexico to head for California.

    Trying to determine if the war has ended, and if anyone else has survived, they find good and evil people... and danger along the way.
    Once lost, freedom is hard to regain, as gangs, militias and the government all try to take control and gain power over the survivors of a devastating nuclear war.

    The travelers find that, once again, the survival and rebuilding of the country may lie in the hands of one man.

   Humanity Abides - Book Two
"Emergence"

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       In book two of the Humanity Abides series, Mark Teller and Lori, Chris and Aaron, and over two hundred other survivors of a devastating nuclear war struggle to live in a world gone mad.

    Driven from their shelter by unimaginable creatures they begin the arduous task of rebuilding civilization in a hidden valley of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Forced to learn new skills, and gain experience, before winter descends upon them, they use knowledge they gained inside the shelter and from new survivors to their little valley. This is a story of revenge, loneliness and Mankind’s need for community!




(SHELTER) Five Stars

'Great plot. Fast action and no down time. Thoroughly enjoyed the character development and the scary, but believable way the whole EOTW thing came about - highlighted the arrogance and blindness of the government that led to the whole thing happening. To me the monsters were perhaps really not necessary but I can understand why the writer included them - there was enough going on without them and the people that were killed by them had no great impact on the outcome anyway. 
                                So, altogether an enjoyable, hard to put down read - really looking forward to the next in the series.'


    By Rosemarie - Amazon




(EMERGENCE) Five Stars
'Enjoyed this second in a series. Actually enjoyed it more than the first. Good storyline with nice interaction. If u haven't read the first book go back and get it. This won't make sense without vol. 1. Not a high tech WTSHTF book, which makes more sense to me. Glad I bought it.'


    By Retired Dude - Amazon



(SHELTER) Five Stars
'A well written book and look forward to the next two volumes. Ms. Bird has made it a point to show what really could happen during a posible World War III event. The story was well written and had very few mistakes in the grammar. It kept my interest all through the book. There has been several books written about surviving a nuclear exchange that leads to World War III and the survior's actions on living. This book showed more detail in the survival responsibilities for future life and less about long drawn out personal views on items, people and techniques not directly related for material of the book. I recommend this book highly and can not wait for the next two.'
    By Dan G. - Amazon

(SHELTER) Five Stars
'What can I say, this was a great read. I read most of it over Labor Day weekend. It was well worth the bleary eyes and crotchetiness to finish the book!'
    By Retired Dude - Amazon


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