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Hollow Towns: The Beginning [Kindle Edition]

Ann Livi Andrews
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Book Description

The end did not come swiftly as media and literature had predicted. There was no deadly virus released to wipe out humanity. There was no meteor on course to collide with earth. There was no Biblical flood or fire and brimstone. And there was no army of the undead to rise up against the living.

In fact, no one knew where or when it began. It was suspected to have first occurred in some remote village without the means to report what was happening. Even when it began to be reported, no one understood what was happening, so no one was alarmed. They were just lightning storms. First came a thick, gray cloud covering that blocked out the entire sky and all light. Then the steady and unending drizzle of rain that never turned into a downpour, but never lightened up either. Then there were reports of lightning. But no one took notice. After all, who cared about a mild storm? It wasn’t until the cloud bank reached Spain, and then France, that the panic began to rise.

This installment of the Hollow Towns series includes Hannah and Minutemen, but also introduces two new characters who must choose whether to aid or hinder Charlie in his quest.


Product Details

  • File Size: 1967 KB
  • Print Length: 65 pages
  • Publisher: Hollow Hallow Bindings (November 30, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F7V2GOU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #657,615 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars ABSOLUTELY AMAZING November 6, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I have no idea how this collection of interconnected short stories doesn't have hundreds or thousands of 5-star reviews. I love apocalyptic genre, and the way Andrews has written this book, it creates that mysterious feel to it all that I just love. I really look forward to reading the next book or books, and I hope the next ones are going to be much more longer! I want there to be a whole thick, fat novel! This was worth every penny.

Also, there aren't any violent scenes and neither is there any use of foul language, so this can be read by both adults and teenagers alike. Actually, even a ten-year-old can read this. I cannot emphasize enough how much I enjoyed this, particularly the 'Hannah' part and 'Old Mother', too. I want to know what happens next, especially what happens to Hannah. I could probably related to her more as she's only 17 and all.

This was a great read! I cannot imagine that someone won't enjoy this.
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More About the Author

I was the girl who got in trouble for sneaking flashlights and notebooks into my room in case of late night inspirations. My teachers caught me writing down ideas instead of class notes while in school and college.

I was the out of place teenager with ink stained hands and a mind that was always a million miles away. I was and still am the girl who has a plethora of generic responses for when someone asks me what I'm thinking about. Embarking on a long winded explanation of my current character's personal dilemmas doesn't usually seem to be the wise response.

I still am the girl who has to write her first draft with the old fashioned pen and paper. There's something about the feel of the pen gliding across the paper that maintains my inspiration. If I don't have a rough draft in front of me when I sit down at the computer, I freeze up.

I'm a simple girl who grew up in the Midwest. While I love to travel, I dream of the day when my husband and I can move our new family, which includes our dashingly handsome newborn son, out to the country where we can reside in peace.

I like to think of my writing style as consisting mostly of creative nonfiction. While the setting might be apocalyptic or fantastic, there's a piece of me and my own personal story in each work. Every character is somehow based on my own experiences as I've always been told to write what I know.

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