The End of the World Running Club: The ultimate race against time post-apocalyptic thriller
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So Ed starts running. He's not sure why. It's not a conscious decision. And he's never done it before. He just needs to run. With a crew of four others, Ed begins making his way south through a devastated post-apocalyptic landscape. My job grated my very core. My marriage gave me vertigo. And my kids… Well, I wasn’t what you’d call the most engaged father. I went through the motions all right, but let’s just say there are lots of urgent things you can find to do around the home and it’s amazing how long it can take sometimes to put out the bins. Asteroids are striking Earth, the end of the world is near, and Edgar Hill is on the wrong side of the country.
The End of the World Running Club by Adrian Walker The End of the World Running Club by Adrian Walker
Like I said the first four chapters are fantastic. I absolutely loved them. Read them and make up your own ending.If you could only choose five things to save at the end of the world (not including food and water) what would they be and why?
The End of the World Running Club - Fantastic Fiction The End of the World Running Club - Fantastic Fiction
Faces at the window trying to get in, trying to get to us. One of the square panes of glass in the door broke and a fist came through it.
Then an undercurrent appeared in the headlines around Wednesday: something odd, distant, unrelated to the heat. The news bulletins were so disjointed and confused that the mistakes were talked about more than the actual content of what they were trying to convey: that something very bad might be about to happen. Am Ende aller Zeiten" ... Wie "The Walking Dead", nur mit Asteroiden statt "Walkern". Ohne jegliche Überraschungen oder Twists. So generisch die Geschichte am roten Plot-Faden entlanggeführt wird (und wirklich oft und oft an "The Walking Dead" erinnert), so ist sie durchsetzt von metaphorischen Allgemeinplätzen. When two of the men betray them and abscond with their only vehicle, Ed decides to make the last several hundred miles by running.