Beyond Exile (Day by Day Armageddon, Book 2) by J. L. Bourne

By J. L. Bourne

<span><span>The first e-book of Day through Day Armageddon took us deep into the brain of an army officer and survivor as he made a brand new Year's solution to begin retaining a magazine. the guy saved his solution and taken to us the autumn of humanity, day by means of day. We see the guy transition from the lifestyles that you simply and that i dwell to the chance of struggling with for his very survival opposed to the overpowering hordes of the lifeless. We see him bleed, we see him make blunders, we witness him evolve. The hugely expected sequel to the bestselling underground cult classic, Day through Day Armageddon begins the place the 1st novel left off.
</b>Armies of undead have risen up around the U.S. and round the globe;there is not any refuge from the diseased corpses hungering for human flesh. yet within the warmth of a Texas wilderness, a small band of survivors try and counter the hundreds of thousands final in round them.

Day by way of day, the handwritten magazine entries of 1 guy stuck in a world cataclysm capture the desperation--and the desire to survive--as he joins forces with a handful of refugees to conflict soulless enemies either human and inhuman from inside of an deserted strategic missile facility.

But on the earth of the undead, is mere survival enough?</span></span></b> <span id="thumbprint">(edited via author)</span>

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Tara and I talked for a few hours today. I feel like I have no more purpose, and I’m not alone in this. Many of us miss normal, we miss when punching a clock and doing a job was boring. At least before all of this happened I had a job and goals. My only goal now is to stay alive. The adults got together today in the recreation room and drank some rum and had a good old time. I almost forgot about our situation in my alcohol-induced euphoria. I needed the release. We have been eating the compound’s packaged meals since our arrival here.

Hell, the note was dated for the fourteenth of last month, I had no guarantees they were even still vertical or at least living vertical. It didn’t take long before I could see the boot-shaped lake getting bigger off the nose of the aircraft. On the chart, this lake was just south and a little west from my destination. I had to find them. Having another pilot in the event anything happened to me would be useful to the others. At least having Davis around would be sort of an insurance policy. The sun was still high in the sky.

I am bringing two fully charged satellite phones and my usual load out of one pistol with fifty 9mm rounds and carbine with a few hundred rounds. A couple days of food and water will also make its home in the avionics bay of the aircraft. In this journal, I thought I would write something pithy and creative in the event they would be my last written words. ”—Melville/Ahab Off I go to the Pequod. 2201 One hundred and seventy miles as the crow flies, that was the distance to Lake Charles. It wouldn’t be a straight shot for me, as I had decided to fly over Hobby airfield again to see if the fuel truck would still be available in the event I needed it on the way back.

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