After LifeBy: Jaron Lee Knuth
Format: ePub Un-encrypted (DRM free)
Since the seventh grade, Alex, a retail slave, has secretly been in love with his best friend, Morgan, a web cartoonist. Unable to overcome social awkwardness, they both find themselves in very separate lifestyles as they reach adulthood. Amidst these distanced and inhibited lives, Alex and Morgan are suddenly faced with the literal end of the world. Corpses around the globe begin to hunger for the flesh of the living, and society crumbles quickly under the shock of the attacks. With the animated dead filling the streets, Morgan has no choice but to hide with Alex in his apartment, surviving on canned food, soda, and a huge supply of illegally downloaded movies. While death is waiting outside the apartment every hour of the day, the two friends force themselves to rethink every social rule and emotional response in order to keep their sanity. Both of them will ultimately decide whether they should struggle to hold onto the life that they lost, or adapt to the change. In a world where only the numb can survive, Alex and Morgan must face their true feelings for the first time. Love Blood and the Undead
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|Title of eBook: After Life|
|Release Date: 11-27-2009|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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9:54 amAfter Life
Alex poked his fingers through the plastic blinds covering the kitchen windows and opened them just enough to glance outside. The snow that floated down from the gray sky collected near the bottom of the glass. People outside ran for cover, brushing the dusting of white from their coats. The lucky ones pulled their hoods over their heads and zipped up the front of their jackets tighter, securing their winter armor. The meteorologist had missed another storm, but no one could blame him anymore. A storm like that was expected in January, not the middle of May. Mother Nature had become an unpredictable bitch, and that day Minneapolis was her bedpan.
As Alex turned away from the window, he caught a glimpse of his neighbor, Mr. Peterson, chipping ice from the windshield of his car parked on the street. Mr. Peterson insisted on parking there instead of his allocated parking spot in the back of the building, but Alex could never make sense of why he did this. He watched the overweight man smash away at the frozen sheet that encompassed the entire vehicle, frustration exploding with every swing of the ice scraper. Alex smiled, feeling a twinge of retribution as he watched his rage-fueled neighbor grow more and more irate with his own luck....