SHELTER DOWN: A Short Story
Author: Simone Pond
Series: Voices of the Apocalypse Series – #7
Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Fiction
Type of Book: eBook
Length: 15 pages
Release Date: May 11, 2015
Publisher: Ktown Waters
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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This short story was inspired by the New Agenda book series which is one of my favorite series. If you have not had the pleasure of reading ‘The City Center,’ ‘The New Agenda,’ or ‘The Mainframe’ I suggest you add these books to your MUST READ list immediately. You will not be disappointed.
Nothing like an apocalypse to put your life in perspective.
Suzanne was using alcohol to get through her days. After an ultimatum from her husband she gave up her wine and their marriage improved dramatically.
After losing their home in the Repatterning a pregnant Suzanne and her husband move into the Austin Library where they hope to live in relative safety.
This short story proves that there is not always a happy ending for all those who have been displaced by the Repatterning. It also shines a light on just what a person will do to ensure their own survival.
I loved the characters in this story.
I only discovered Simone Pond’s books this past year and she has quickly become one of my all-time favorite authors.
Her characters are vivid and believable. Whether she is writing full-length novels or short stories, she has the ability to draw the reader into her world. This is an especially difficult feat in a short story, but Simone Pond makes it seem easy.
I rate SHELTER DOWN as 5 out of 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
THE AUTHOR – SIMONE POND
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