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The Continent of St. Louis


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The Continent of St. Louis by J. L. Reynolds
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Southern Californians had long been accustomed to the occasional jolts of small earthquakes, and for the most part had come to ignore the small jolts and considered them as more of a reminder that they lived in an area that was dissected by the great San Andreas Fault along with many other smaller fault lines. Vince Davis, the director of the Seismic Center located in San Diego, California, had been awakened from sleep at 2:00 AM the morning of August 18th, 2009 by the jolt of a small earthquake, not unlike many others he had experienced since moving to San Diego and taking over his position as director of the facility. He felt no urgency in regard to the earthquake, knowing the Seismic Center would be monitoring the quake. What he didn't know, but would soon learn, was that the small quake was just the beginning of something more devastating and ominous. Something that he and his assistant, Jim Lewis, never imagined could happen. The two, caught up in the disaster, would band together with a group of new found and dedicated allies, forming a courageous force of defiant individuals.The government of the United States, no longer viable, crumbled and fell apart under the fury of the all-consuming disaster. Military and government officials alike deserted their posts, as Washington and the White House burned. If the group was going to survive, they would have to find their own way, and do so by their own means. In a short period of 35 days, they would find themselves in a constant struggle against nature and the enemies they would encounter along the way. He and his allies are ultimately forced to abandon their mountaintop headquarters and go to St. Louis, where they will have to make their last stand and face the power of the mighty New Madrid Fault.
Release date Australia
March 2nd, 2008
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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