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In Toronto, 2032, the human race is all but extinct. Only a few humans have survived the Outbreak. Ewan, a former high school biology teacher, and his son Tim have made the Royal Ontario Museum their home, a last outpost of humanity. They are both haunted by the loss of their family who were savagely killed by the Creatures who now rule the Earth. Ewan has given up on havi ...more
Paperback, 530 pages
Published July 8th 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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PelicanFreak
Dec 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I'm going to preface this review with a warning -
I'll absolutely never be able to do this book justice, I'll never remember to include everything that I loved about it here.

That said - this book was insane! In a good way.
When I stepped away from it, I missed it horribly. I actually am still thinking about the characters and dying for Volume 2! It really stays with you - at least it did for me.

When the book opens, I'm intrigued... I think it might be a futuristic deal of a time I cannot relate to
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“They got to him,” Ewan said, needlessly. “Must have been a midnight snack,” Tim said, smiling grimly. Ewan frowned. “Don’t be so morbid.” 0 likes
“Ewan made a dinner that consisted of tomatoes and carrots from the garden and a mouse they had managed to catch on the third floor.” 0 likes
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