By James Jaros
Tomorrow's international is a barren region, decimated by means of vengeful nature and ailment . . .
And those that rule the ruins worship a merciless and poor god.
Having survived the fear of the Alliance and the single-minded fanaticism of its hideous faith, a caravan of survivors strikes fast into the nice American desolate tract, the wastes of what as soon as was once America's heartland. along with her daughters at her side—recently rescued Ananda and her bold older sister, Bliss—Jessie hopes to discover sanctuary within the Arctic, now rumored to be temperate. yet their enemies are robust and constant, and won't relaxation till they own the caravan's Most worthy treasures: their prepubescent woman youngsters, a stolen tanker jam-packed with gasoline . . . and 2 apprehensive twins, whom the military of God calls "demon."
But the risk in pursuit pales earlier than the horror that lies forward whilst Jessie, the marauder-turned-ally Burned hands, and the innocents of their care face the savagery, the insanity, and the monsters that reside within the terrifying urban of color