Fault

· The Walk Book 1 · Writing Roses
4.2
11 reviews
Ebook
348
Pages
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About this ebook

We became so dependent on it, so taken by it that it became ingrained in us like the oxygen we breathe. Technology.

The basis of our jobs, our entertainment, our communication, our entire way of life…

Gone.

It’s the buzzing in my head that disturbs me the most. It comes as a warning right before they do.

The little black spiders that are eating our world


4.2
11 reviews
Anuschka-Marie Whittaker
March 2, 2022
It was alright, just slow. Also not much happened. Hopefully book 2 and 3 are better. I will be giving them a try. This book did end on a cliff hanger. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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gladys howard
April 18, 2022
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About the author

Debra Rose is the author of The Phoenix Curse series, a bestseller in Amazon's post-apocalyptic and dystopian science fiction genre. Although she previously published under the pen name D.R. Johnson, FAULT is her debut novel after adopting her full name in publication. Debra is currently pursuing her bachelor's in arts at Southern New Hampshire University, and she lives in Texas with her husband and two children.  

Debra specializes in science fiction and the supernatural, although she has been known to stray into the realms of fantasy from time to time. Her books have graced the top of Amazon’s bestseller lists and continue to captivate fans of the genre. Passionate about her craft, Debra continues to write enthralling stories that focus on character development during apocalyptic situations.


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