The Primal Age Chronicles
When the Feline Flu hits pandemic levels, a vaccine is rushed into production before all side effects are known. The flu strand created for the vaccine evolves and migrates to the brain where it destroys the higher human functions of the recipient. These people retrogress to an animalistic mental state and become known as foamers, because they foam red at the mouth when they become excited.
Kade, an underachieving twenty something, finds himself in charge of a group of survivors in the Primal Age. As he tries to find his way as a leader, his cohort is caught between a warmongering paramilitary unit and the bloodthirsty foamers, forcing the group to define their morals in a world without law.
Kade and his group of survivors find out the hard way that the end of the world is more populated than they had previously assumed. When two of his friends are captured by a former National Guard detachment in DC, Kade is forced to turn to his greatest enemy for help. But help comes at a price as seeds of distrust are sown through the group, breaking some of the strongest bonds in the family dynamic and threatening to tear the group apart. With new external threats and internal jealousy–not to mention the growing pack of foamers living on the group’s doorstep–the question becomes not just will anyone survive without scars, but will anyone survive at all?
The page-turning sequel to the best-selling thriller Foamers, Strays will leave you questioning everything you think you know about surviving in the modern world.
Second Lieutenant James Eric Masters, awakens into the Primal Age after receiving the Feline Flu Vaccine. He finds himself in a war torn Washington D.C. Unsure of what else to do he follows his commander’s orders and fights back a resistance group trying to claim the capital for themselves. During a rescue mission his helicopter is shot down in enemy territory, and he is forced to lead a group of civilians through the D.C. metro tunnels in a journey that puts him in conflict with obligation to duty.
No More Hot Chocolate
Connor, a high school senior, wakes up to find the world he knew to be completely transformed in the wake of the Feline Flu vaccine. When he comes across Kyra, the girl who was always too good for him, he agrees to be her white knight in a quest into the Primal Age to find her boyfriend.