TRIBES

By Mia Frances

Sci-Fi, Action & adventure, Romance | Paperback, eBook


Alex is taking her sisters and their kids to her camp in the Adirondacks, when the unthinkable happens. The radio warns them the country is under attack and they must seek immediate shelter. Greeted by guns and bullets when they try to find refuge, they are forced to hide in a cave to wait out the fallout. After two weeks in their dank hole, they're wasting away from starvation. Things are made worse when Alex discovers her sisters have gone. They've taken the rented minibus, abandoned their children, and returned to the city in search of their husbands, leaving Alex to care for her seven nieces and nephews. It's an arduous 35-mile hike through the mountains to her camp. Alex worries the kids won't survive the ordeal…but they do! It's a journey through hell. Society is disintegrating. Chaos reigns as looters, murderers, and rapists now hold sway. The hamlets and villages they pass through have been turned into killing fields as armed survivors battle each other for the few remaining supplies. Along the way, Alex rescues two orphans whose mother was murdered by the marauders. In her struggle to keep the children alive, Alex stumbles on a hidden cache of food only to discover it's guarded by a man who'll haunt her nightmares. Half guardian angel, half demon. Both barbarian and benefactor. A strange mixture of brutality and gentleness, cruelty and caring. A man named Wolf!


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Alex is taking her sisters and their kids to her camp in the Adirondacks, when the unthinkable happens. The radio warns them the country is under attack and they must seek immediate shelter. Greeted by guns and bullets when they try to find refuge, they are forced to hide in a cave to wait out the fallout. After two weeks in their dank hole, they're wasting away from starvation. Things are made worse when Alex discovers her sisters have gone. They've taken the rented minibus, abandoned their children, and returned to the city in search of their husbands, leaving Alex to care for her seven nieces and nephews. It's an arduous 35-mile hike through the mountains to her camp. Alex worries the kids won't survive the ordeal…but they do! It's a journey through hell. Society is disintegrating. Chao...


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Mary Vigliante Szydlowski writes in several genres, using various pen names. She's the author of 12 published novels: The Ark (Jarl Szydlow-1978), The Colony (Mary Vigliante-1979), The Land (Mary Vigliante-1979), Source of Evil (Mary Vigliante-1980), Silent Song (1980 & 2000), Worship the Night (1982, 1985, 2000, & updated 2016), Dark Realm (2016), and under the pen name Mia Frances: In His Keeping: Taken (2015), In His Keeping: Banished (2015), In His Keeping: Claimed (2016), Little Girl Lost (2018), and TRIBES (2019). She’s also published 10 children's book: Ghoul School (2017), Millie Muldoon & the Case of the Halloween Haunting (2018), Millie Muldoon & the Case of the Thanksgiving Turkey-napper (2016), Millie Muldoon & the Christmas Mystery (2016), Are We There Yet? (2019), Little Sowbug and the Big Flood (2018), A Puddle for Poo (2015), Kia’s Manatee (2011), The Duck in the Hole (2007), and I Can't Talk I've Got Farbles In My Mouth, (1995). She also authored the novella, The Hand of My Enemy (2014). She's a frequent contributor to Chicken Soup for the Soul books: "Chi Chi and the Hungry Hawk" in Chicken Soup for the Soul-The Dog Did What? (2014), "Fairy Godmothers" in Chicken Soup for the Soul-Volunteering and Giving Back (2015), her poem "The Ugly Christmas Tree" in Chicken Soup for the Soul-Merry Christmas! (2015), "My Handyman Mom" in Chicken Soup for the Soul-Mom Knows Best (2019), & "Slow Learner" in Chicken Soup for the Soul-Life Lessons from the Dog. Her short stories, articles, children’s stories, essays, and poems have appeared in books, magazines, newspapers, and on the web. She's a member of the Authors’ Guild, SCBWI (Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators), SFWA (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America), and RWA (Romance Writers of America).


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Mary Vigliante Szydlowski writes in several genres, using various pen names. She's the author of 12 published novels: The Ark (Jarl Szydlow-1978), The Colony (Mary Vigliante-1979), The Land (Mary Vigliante-1979), Source of Evil (Mary Vigliante-1980), Silent Song (1980 & 2000), Worship the Night (1982, 1985, 2000, & updated 2016), Dark Realm (2016), and under the pen name Mia Frances: In His Keepin...


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