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Death is Blind - Tulpa Chapbook Series - cover

Death is Blind - Tulpa Chapbook Series

Brian Knight

Publisher: Tulpa Books

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Summary

When the shattered remnants of a planet killing meteor called The Fist of God hits earth, death and destruction threaten to end human civilization, but The Fist of God is only the beginning of Earth’s tribulation.
 
A terrible Pale Rider leads the dead against survivors in the small town of Orofino, Idaho, killing and converting them.
 
One teenage girl is the key to humanity’s survival, but first she must survive the Pale Rider and his army of the dead.

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