Taking Shelter

· Lee Penney

About this ebook

After the plague, Jenny’s father moved their family into an old missile silo on the Great Plains. Away from population centers, protected by their shelter, they’ve remained safe from the marauding gangs, but it’s a life requiring constant vigilance.

When a family in need of help stumbles across them, Jenny’s first instinct is to do what she can, despite all of her father’s warnings that people can’t be trusted.

She’s prepared to bet her home and her family’s lives to prove there are still some good people left, but will it cost her everything?

This is a novelette of ~12,500 words (41 pages)

About the author

Lee can generally be found staring at a screen from behind a keyboard, either writing, coding or attempting to read all of the interesting parts of the internet before someone adds a new bit. He has a fascination with stories in all forms, especially film, and enjoys spending as much time as possible in a world other than this one.

You can find out more at his website: leepenney.com

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