Burn District 1


Suzanne Jenkins

Burn District 1
Editions:Kindle: $ 3.99
ISBN: 1728838819
Pages: 157
Paperback: $ 10.50
ISBN: 1728838819
Size: 6.69 x 9.61 in
Pages: 155

What do you do when the world as you know it ends? Run!

A perfect life slides into horror after a trusting neighbor whispers a warning, and Mike and Laura Davis’s world crumbles. Dreams and goals come to an abrupt end, but a new existence awaits in the future. First, they must find a safe place.

While the government shuts down around them, Mike and Laura hide out in the Arizona desert with family and friends. Looting becomes a way of life. Soon, strangers arrive at their encampment with news from the outside and it doesn't sound good. How long do they have before they must run again?

Be sure to read Burn District: The Short Story Prequel.

Reviews:Rosemary on Goodreads wrote:

When Hurricane Sandy hits the eastern seaboard of America, it wrecks the hitherto peaceful suburban lives of of residents in the Brandywine River Valley, including the Davis family - Dad Mike Senior, Mom Laura and their four teenagers, Down's Syndrome sufferer Mike Jnr (17), Elise (16), Carin (15) and the youngest, Ned who's just 8 years old and the 'baby' of the family, in this dramatic adventure by Suzanne Jenkins that's a must for your bookshelves!

As they learn from next-door neighbour and Government employee, Pete, it's not the storm that's their greatest danger, but the fact the Government's got no antidote to a deadly virus raging across the continent and their only solution is to create the eponymous 'burn districts' - whether people remain in their homes and offices or not - to hopefully stop the virus in its path. whether this will work is debatable, but their only hope is to gather together Mike's parents, Laura's widower father Steve and a friend of the couple's, Kelly, who Laura feels is somewhat of a risk to her marriage, as Kelly and Mike 'spark' off each other when they're together.

What happens on the long trek to hoped-for safety is engagingly told by the author and a rising sense of danger is expressed by the encounters with looters and others who won't have the family's best interests at heart to say the least! Will they be able to meet up with Steve, who didn't make it to the initial rendezvous, but may be waiting for them on his ranch near the Mexican border? Will it be safe for them to go further South if he is, or will they be safe from the ever-encroaching menace that seems so unbeatable?

If you want the answers to these and more questions, get your copy today and let all your friends know not to miss out either!

Janet Stewart on Amazon wrote:

This story scares me and I am fearless. This author knows how to write in a way that cuts right to the point. It's exactly how I pictured life would become one day and is what my nightmares are composed of. Not scary as in "Boo" but as in "wow" I hope this never happens.

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