The Island

The Island exists in multiple formats. I initially published this as a serial, and then combined those into a completed version. The image above is from the cover of the print book, which should be available by October 2016. Parts 1 and 2 are free. Check the links below for a free read.

The Fever struck hard and fast, rising out of the slums and claiming victim after victim. At first, reports trickled across the wire in small segments relegated to the final seconds of the broadcast news. Lost among stories of failing economies and political bickering, few noticed what proved to be the birth pangs of a monster. Within months, the disease dominated the news as thousands died and infection rates soared.

William Hill knew his chances of avoiding the virus sat squarely between slim and none. With experts predicting a global pandemic, his choices boiled down to not if, but where he would die. While the rest of the world built barricades and set up distribution points for food, he chose a simpler end. The island had been one of the last and best times with his father. He couldn’t think of a better place to spend his final days.

He wanted sun and sand, fresh fish on the grill and cool nights by the campfire. He wanted feel-good days filled with oldies on the radio, days when he could hoist the sails and run before the wind. He didn’t set out to make enemies, but he did. He didn’t plan on becoming humanity’s last hope for survival, or watching over an old woman and an eerie little boy either.

To William Hill, the island seemed as good a place as any to die.

He just didn’t realize how good.

Available on:

Part I - Amazon
Part II - Amazon
Part III - Amazon
Part IV - Amazon
Part V - Amazon
Complete Version - Amazon

Part I - Barnes and Noble
Part II - Barnes and Noble
Part III - Barnes and Noble
Part IV - Barnes and Noble
Part V - Barnes and Noble
Completed Version - Barnes and Noble

Part I - Smashwords
Part II - Smashwords
Part III - Smashwords
Part IV - Smashwords
Part V - Smashwords
Complete Version - Smashwords
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