Dancing In The Dust
by Gwendolyn Pendraig
“God is a construct created by men, to control those they placed beneath them.”
After surviving the plague that wiped out her family and most of the warm blooded life on Earth, Ayla has spent ten years in relative solitude surviving, and against all odds, thriving.
Ayla’s world gets a whole lot bigger when she finds a fascinating new canine companion. Along the way she picks herself up a nemesis, a needless distraction and a new approach to post-apocalyptic life.
Capable of devastating violence and deep compassion, our anti-heroine walks an almost invisible line, navigating her own morality in a world where the concept doesn’t exist anymore. An uniquely female perspective on the challenges of surviving in a world ruled by the violent and strong, this is not for the faint hearted or easily disturbed.
Category: Science Fiction – Post-Apocalyptic