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Thy Kingdom Come

(The Navitas Epidemic #1)

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A Deadly Outbreak. A Teen Searching for Answers. A Fight for Survival.

In the shadow of the futuristic metropolis of Minneapolis, a biotech virus has ravaged the population and turned the diseased into mindless electricity devourers. Dex Finnegan is one of the few survivors of a virus called Navitas which nearly caused the end of the world by uploading to cyber implants wo
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Kindle Edition, 172 pages
Published August 1st 2015 by Lost Coin Press
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Tamara  Sinnamon
May 04, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really loved how this book turned out! Thy Kingdom Come is a futuristic post-apocalyptic story, it's exciting and will keep you on the edge of your seat. Unlike most books in this genre, Thy Kingdom Come is unique in it's own right and written very well.
The inner struggles of each character is relatable and the moral questions they raise beg to be answered. This book, although fast paced, still made me think, it had a lot of depth and spiritual meat to it. A lot of trending books in this genr
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Thy Kingdom Come

The biotech virus, Navitas, has infected everyone, turning them into mindless electricity devourers. Dex is one of the few survivors left. He needs to escape his hometown to find his uncle, the one man who knows why Navitas exists. But can he escape before the Mindless infect him?
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Thy Kingdom Come is a suspenseful page-turner. It will keep you on the edge of your seat, right through to the end.

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I really liked the characters. Dex is an interesting
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Bill Tillman
An exciting tale of a world gone crazy. Technology has outdid itself and a nanotechnology madness rules instead of people. This is a tale close to the epicenter, and a young man Dex deals with life and death decisions to make every day.
Emory Skwara
Mar 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After the events of IlluMonday, Dex Finnegan lives as an orphan with the Grays, a rural farm family clinging for survival. They've got the resources to live their lives, but are under constant threat of attack by the Mindless and the sparkhounds. Before IlluMonday, people enhanced their bodies by implanting chips into their brains, but something went wrong and they transformed into robotic zombies called the Mindless. After an ill fated attack on the Grays' son Zechariah, Dex must go find medici ...more
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Teen approved. My 17, 18 year olds. Girl and boy respectively, both enjoyed the story. I also enjoyed this story. Recommended
Elizabeth Peterson
Aug 09, 2015 rated it liked it
Dex Finnegan is one of a few survivors left on earth after a biotech virus (Navitas) laid waste to most of the human race and some of the animals, turning them into electricity-starved, feral versions of humans and dogs. Since his parents were killed by these Navitas-infected creatures, Dex has been living with his good friends and next door neighbors, the Grays. As kind as they've been, he's anxious to find his way to the city where he hopes his uncle is still alive, so when they need somebody ...more
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Daniel A Adorno is an author of novels based in the science fiction and fantasy genres. He began writing back in 4th grade when his teacher assigned everyone to craft a short book with construction paper. Daniel was up to the task and wrote a book on race cars worthy of a Pulitzer. Before he was a teenager, his father bought him a typewriter for his birthday and Daniel started writing a
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