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About Bob Howard
Bob thanks all the readers who have posted reviews, without them other readers would not try out his books!
Through the years Bob has had one burning passion that he has wanted to fulfill, and through The Infected Dead Series he is getting to live that passion.
Creating a book series is something so many people want to do but never have the opportunity, and after writing this book series Bob believes the sky is the limit. He plans to write for the rest of his life because it is enjoyable beyond his wildest dreams.
As for the zombie genre, he saw Night of the Living Dead when it originally hit the theaters, and until recently it didn't receive the attention it deserves. He hopes to have a big part in that attention.
Bob wants his readers to love his writing and wants to hear from them. He believes the readers will help him become the writer he knows he can be.
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Safe for Now is Book 9 in the continuing struggle of the Mud Island Family against the Infected Dead. This is a story of individual determination as well as group efforts to bring mankind back from the brink of extinction.
There had been setbacks to the plans of opening the shelters to more survivors, but the discovery of the shelter in Huntsville and the return of the astronauts from the International Space Station had given the Mud Island family a reason to keep fighting to do more than just survive. They still believe that the infected dead are not going to be the end of mankind if they continue to find ways to help each other.
The Chief, Kathy, and the other veterans of the zombie apocalypse embark on a quest to help the astronaut from England to get home to his wife and children, and in doing so they discover that they aren’t the only ones fighting back. The world still faces a long road to recovery, and in some places disasters are yet to come, but they find through their journey that they are not alone.
Adam, Natalia, and Henry weren’t just close friends. They were the last crew of the International Space Station. Forgotten by all but a few survivors, they helplessly watch as the world below them is consumed by the infected dead. As they circle the Earth from orbit they are forced to survive in space until a time when they no longer have a choice, but when they return, it’s not to the same world they left behind.
The world has had years to change. The infected dead roam the streets and the forests in search of living victims. No one knows how the virus started, but even less is known about how to stop it. All the survivors can do is try to outlive it. Cities have fallen before the hordes of infected, but a small band of survivors has fought back by locating and liberating a network of shelters built by the government during the Cold War. Their goal is to unite enough survivors to eventually turn the tide of death in the favor of the living.
From the coast of South Carolina and the historic city of Charleston to New Orleans and the oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, north to Columbus, Ohio and cities in between, civilization is in ruins. Shelters are discovered and inhabited, but survival now means fighting the evil that man can become, as well as the infected dead and the dangers of mutations in a runaway environment. The survivors fight to take back the world, but they find as long as there are living people, there will always be a fresh supply of the infected. The war may already be lost as mankind slowly vanishes.
On the coast of South Carolina and in the harbor of the beautiful city of Charleston, this small band of survivors is once more faced with the hard choices and risks they are forced to take. They can either hide in the safety of their impenetrable shelter on a small island, or they can fight back against the end of the world. Along the way they must hang onto their humanity while evolving to match the brutality of the new world.
When they discover a massive shelter in Charleston that dwarfs their own shelter on Mud Island, they take one small step closer to giving the world back to the living.
This is the continuing story of their fight against the infected dead and against the living who would try to take from them what they have.
A small group of people brought together by chance have survived in a shelter on an island near the coast of South Carolina, but although they are safe, they cannot bring themselves to sit by and wait for all of civilization to die. They are forced to make the hard choices that include leaving the shelter when it is for the good of others.
Out of necessity, they make the decision to bring a father and his daughter, Tom and Molly, into their shelter. Not content to simply rescue the pair, they believe it is possible to reunite them with their family in Alabama. Driven by a feeling of moral responsibility to do more than just exist, they set out on a risky quest to accomplish the impossible by traveling through a devastated world.
This is the story of that group of friends as they encounter and overcome the dangers of the infected dead.
This is the continuing story of the Mud Island survivors. Their knowledge of a secret network of survivalists who constructed super-shelters has helped them to survive the infection. Together with a small force of dedicated United States Army soldiers, they undertake a dangerous excursion into the infected city of Columbus, Ohio. Their goal is to eliminate as many of the infected as they can while the city is in the grips of a severe winter, but in the process they hope to locate the President’s shelter. If he is alive, they can begin to rebuild the country and bring the infection to an end.
En 1940 luchó contra, pero no pudo evitar, la mayor humillación de la historia de la Francia que tanto amaba. ¿Cómo se recuperó Charles De Gaulle de ésto? ¿Cómo preservó el espíritu de Francia? ¿Y luego, Cómo ayudó a liberar a su nación y liderarla como la figura política más importante desde Napoleón?
Rastreamos el crecimiento de De Gaulle: el hijo precoz de nacionalistas, religiosos y progresistas. El amante de la historia que pronto empezó a sospechar de los británicos. El ambicioso joven oficial con opiniones revolucionarias sobre la guerra móvil en un país que primero se hundió en las trincheras del Frente Occidental y luego fue cegado por la locura de la Línea Maginot.
Analizamos su impresionante lucha contra los alemanes en 1940 cuando sus compañeros comandantes se avergonzaron. Cómo se negó a aceptar los viles compromisos del régimen de Vichy.
Somos testigos de su difícil coexistencia con sus anfitriones británicos. Y su relación aún más tormentosa con sus aliados americanos. Vemos su triunfante regreso a Francia.
La orgullosa personalidad de De Gaulle y su efecto en la curiosa y compleja fortuna de Francia en la posguerra son escrutados.
Irónicamente, a menudo los que más le admiraban eran sus antiguos enemigos, mientras que algunas de sus críticas más fuertes provenían de oficiales alemanes caídos. Analizaremos cuáles fueron sus puntos fuertes, sus logros, así como sus debilidades.
¿Era un maestro de la táctica y el soldado perfecto?, ¿uno de los únicos hombres dispuestos a denunciar los males del nazismo? ¿O era un imprudente que se arriesgaba innecesariamente?. ¿un cazador de gloria que no entendía la estrategia militar global?
La relación con Hitler también se examina en detalle. Qué puntos de vista nazis compartía y cuál fue su papel en el complot para matar al Führer.
Para Rommel, el jurado ha salido a la luz y, setenta y cinco años después de su muerte, la Historia está finalmente preparada para ofrecer su veredicto.