The Heart of War by C.A. Rudolph
English | 2020 | Sci -Fi | ePUB | 3.1 MB
C.A. Rudolph is a self-published author who lives and writes within the pastoral confines of the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia where he spends most of his limited spare time engaged in outdoor activities such as hiking and backpacking, camping, fishing, and shooting.
A world subjugated by tyranny.
A society unraveled.
A nation in shambles.
A population decimated.
A future boundlessly uncertain.
A community of families on the verge of extinction.
The Russell family is finally reunited and the citizens of Trout Run Valley are blessed with a period of repose, but the interlude does not last. Measures of aggression resume against them yet again, only this time, escalate to an unprecedented degree of ruthlessness, forcing the surviving victims to their breaking points.
Lauren Russell has fearlessly fought for her community, for her family and friends, for herself and for the rights of those foreign to her. Now, she finds herself battling insurmountable odds once again for everything she has left—for what’s left of her world.
How far will Lauren go to put an end to the oppression that has so relentlessly plagued her existence?
Will she right all the wrongs on her own?
Is she prepared to go to war?