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Dead Sea Games

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J. Whitworth Hazzard lives in the vast cornfields of Illinois with his wife, and four nearly perfect children. Trained in science... Weiterlesen
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Autorentext

J. Whitworth Hazzard lives in the vast cornfields of Illinois with his wife, and four nearly perfect children. Trained in science and critical thinking, J. Whitworth spends his leisure time writing fiction that would make his former professors cringe. Dr. Hazzard's PhD in molecular biophysics is used to figure out how to scientifically justify the existence of mythical creatures. His dream of writing started in the 5th grade when his five-page story "The Blood and Guts 500" entranced and thrilled his classmates. His passionate prosody received a standing ovation and from that day forward he was hooked on the art of storytelling.



Klappentext

The only way to win...is to live
One year after the Emergency, the island of Manhattan has become a prison. The survivors of the Colony have carved out a living a few stories above the sea of millions of shambling corpses. With no escape and no hope for the future, the teenagers entertain themselves by participating in brutal gladiatorial games, betting the only thing they have left-their lives.
Jeremy Walters is among the best of the best, but his adrenalin-addicted recklessness has done more than earn him the nickname Deathwish; it's gotten him noticed. Now the race is on to recruit Deathwish as opposing forces maneuver to take advantage of his zombie-killing gifts. If he somehow manages to navigate the maze of bribery, threats, extortion, and intimidation, and not get himself killed, he'll still have to face every teenager's greatest fear: an angry mother.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Dead Sea Games
Autor:
EAN: 9781947727038
ISBN: 1947727036
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Romane & Erzählungen
Anzahl Seiten: 408
Gewicht: 518g
Größe: H216mm x B140mm x T23mm
Jahr: 2017