Corporal David McAllister was a good old boy from the mountains of Kentucky. He did his time in Afghanistan with the Marine Corps Reserve, and was reaping the rewards of the G.I. Bill as he short timed the last six months of his contract. In the grand tradition of the McAllister clan, he found himself a proper woman in college and was going to take over the old homestead oCorporal David McAllister was a good old boy from the mountains of Kentucky. He did his time in Afghanistan with the Marine Corps Reserve, and was reaping the rewards of the G.I. Bill as he short timed the last six months of his contract. In the grand tradition of the McAllister clan, he found himself a proper woman in college and was going to take over the old homestead once he graduated. But one day a report came on the news about a virus spreading through China, turning the locals into cannibals. The virus hit Singapore. Tokyo. Mexico City. El Paso. Then Louisville. David was called up for active duty again, and the virus was all around him. First Lieutenant Zach Linton married his high school sweet heart, right before getting his commission. He left for Afghanistan as a Platoon Leader in the Michigan Army National Guard. Each day spent in Afghanistan was hell. Heaven was waiting for him in his wife's arms. With a tiny pool in his back yard and a beer in his hand, slowly drifting to sleep, Zach knew how he would spend the rest of his life, just as soon as he got out of the Army. But four weeks after he came back off deployment, the stories of the virus began. Martial Law was declared, and Grand Rapids was almost surrounded by the undead. He had a choice. Stay and fight a losing battle, or grab his platoon, along with their families, and run before the enemy encircled the city. First Lieutenant Zach Linton took one look at his wife and two sons, and knew what the right choice was. From the very start of his military career, hapless hero Sergeant Gregory Ian Low was often in over his head, anxious, and quicker to spout off “Young Frankenstein” quotes than AR 670-1 directives. Still, his heart was in the right place. As society fell apart and the edges began to break, Sergeant Low never stopped looking for training opportunities for his soldiers, teaching them the dangers of drug use and still relating it to Zombies, like any decent Non-Commissioned Officer would. Sergeant Winston Doral Carmichael was an idiot, at least when it came to women. He had a marriage that could be measured in months. But in the Army that was decades. She left for Afghanistan, and ended the marriage days later. After the world fell apart, he wandered the countryside, looking for safe haven and trying to stave off a psychotic break. But then one day, the voice of the woman who left him was there, lightly translucent and beautiful. Sure, she was a figment of his imagination. But it was better than talking to himself. These four men, along with the rest of America, struggle to survive in Omnibus: The Thin Line of Life : Volume 1. Collecting the first three Thin Line of Life books, and introducing a lighter side of the zombie war with Sergeant Gregory Ian Low, Omnibus: The Thin Line of Life: Volume 1 tells the linear story of the Zombie War in a non-linear manner, jumping back and forth throughout the time of destruction as America fights to live....
|Title||:||Omnibus:The Thin Line of Life: Volume I (Omnibus: The Thin Line of Life Book 1)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||101 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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