The Cataclysm Cycle: Sharks of the Wasteland

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Author: Gwendolyn N. Nix
Editor: Elise McMullen-Ciotti
Cover Illustrator: Jeremy D. Mohler
Cover Design: Jeremy D. Mohler
Interior Design: Mikael Brodu
Formats Available: Trade Paperback · PDF/Epub/Mobi
Edition: First

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In the wastelands that remain after the apocalypse…

Subject T—Thresher—never expected to be free from his life as an experiment, but now that he’s escaped into the outside world—a world transformed after the Yellowstone volcano erupted—he’s determined to never go back.
Life as a genetically modified human never prepared him to face the dangers beyond the Facility, and he’ll only survive if the fascinating outsider, Mako, agrees to bring him along on his journey.
Mako isn’t sure what to make of the wanderer he finds, except that the naive man can’t survive the environmental toxicity ravaging the landscape. That’s not Mako’s problem—not when there are warring tribes of survivors to maneuver, old enemies to confront, and an abducted sister to find.
Yet when Thresher reveals clues leading Mako closer to his destination, he realizes that this wanderer—this experiment—changes everything.
The two wanderers must navigate more than just the inherent dangers of a post-apocalyptic world. A disease pulls what remains of society apart at the seams, and the remaining tribes are fractured, constantly competing for water and resources that will allow the strongest of them to rule. But two sharks might have the best chance to survive—and bring the world with them.

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I have read very few apocalyptic (let alone sci-fi) books in my life. They are not one of my favorite genres to read, but I found the synopsis of this book to be very intriguing. The cover art also attracted me to the book. I found the novel’s content to be quite interesting and memorable.