100 Deep (Road to Babylon #10) by Sam Sisavath
English | 2020 | Post-Apocalyptic | ePUB | 3.1 MB
Sam Sisavath currently resides in Houston, Texas. He is a fan of post-apocalyptic movies and genre fiction, drinks an unhealthy amount of Red Bull (which he is trying to quit), and steadfastly believes Kevin Costner’s Waterworld has been unfairly maligned over the years. He will forever contend that a movie about a guy with gills who can swim like a fish and has to battle a crazed, eyepatch-wearing Dennis Hopper for supremacy of the seas is borderline awesome. He writes the kinds of books he enjoys reading and in his spare time relaxes by watching college football and the Houston Rockets and longing for the “good ol’ days” of Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell swinging for the fences in Astros uniforms.
The spy game is no place for a hero. The ghoul apocalypse reshaped the world. It also changed people. Some for the better, often for the worse. For Keo, it’s the former. Well, mostly. He’s a changed man now that he’s found the love of his life, but when he agrees to help his old comrades at Black Tide with an important mission, Keo probably should have said no. But Keo being Keo, he didn’t. Shoulda, woulda, coulda, pal. The job is to gather vital intelligence that could have dangerous ramifications, as well as alter the balance of power in what remains of the United States of America. It’s a tricky business, this spy game, but if anyone can do it, it’s Keo. Or, at least, Keo hopes so. Or he might not see Lara again.