Arthur T. Bradley





Arthur T. Bradley

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“Sometimes, you turn left on life’s road; sometimes, you turn right. But once you’ve made that decision, you have to march ahead and push through anything in your way. Never waste time thinking about what it would have been like if you’d taken the other path.”
Arthur T. Bradley, Judgment Day

“People. They’re people, Lincoln.” “Are they?” He shuffled through papers in a folder with the words Top Secret stamped across the front. “The latest CDC reports show that the infected are undergoing all sorts of physiological changes. Not only to their brains, which, let’s face it, make Charles Manson look like Mahatma Gandhi, but also to their bodies. Here,” he said, pulling out a page. “This one states that they’re experiencing calcification of their bones as well as significant increase in their muscle mass. Christ, they’re all but turning superhuman.” He slapped the page. “Who knows where this ends.”
Arthur T. Bradley, Anarchy Rising



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