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The Beginning of the End - The Ageless Post-Apocalypse Series #3 - cover

The Beginning of the End - The Ageless Post-Apocalypse Series #3

Traci Loudin

Publisher: Worldbinding Books

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Soledad is an Ageless without many friends left in this world. When one of them turns up dead, she's determined to find out what happened to him. But to unravel the horror of his murder, she must first survive the dangers of the wastelands as mutants chase her across the ruins of a fallen world. Friendless. Alone. Hunted.This short story takes about 30 minutes to read and is set before the events of The Last of the Ageless, a post-apocalyptic adventure novel. You can read them in any order, but the chronological order is: The Last Tail-Horse, When All Is Lost, The Beginning of the End, The Voice of the Darkness, The Last of the Ageless (novel)Get this and other short stories in the Ageless universe via email by signing up at www.traciloudin.com/newsletter

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