The end of the world is not glamorous. In a matter of days the human race was reduced to nothing more than vicious, flesh hungry creatures. This three part story takes you into the world of the survivors, coming from different generations and different sides of the tracks, they all share one thing in common: who you once were can no longer determine who you will be in the face of catastrophe.
Samson, a once wealthy and powerful criminal defense attorney struggles to keep his family safe and keep his sanity intact when the world comes apart at the seams. Veronica, the high school track star races to get her brother out of the city and into the safety of Franklin Woods. Along the way we come across the struggles of finding solace, finding out who you really are, and making decisions in a post apocalyptic world. The Breadwinner is a three part story and the first book in a planned series that will leave you craving more.
Stevie Kopas was born and raised in New Jersey. She loves animals, music and video games. She is a gamer, a writer and an apocalypse enthusiast. Stevie is the author of The Breadwinner Trilogy. She currently resides in Florida. The official Facebook page of her trilogy can be found by visiting www.facebook.com/thebreadwinnertrilogy and the official site and blog can be found at www.someonereadthis.com
At the moment, Stevie is working on book two of The Breadwinner Trilogy. It's called Haven and she can't wait to put it in the hands of her readers.
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Veronica feels that the end of humanity could have simply been avoided by following instructions...or is it more of a hopeful thought of "all that could have been"?
“If everyone had just listened.” She laughed
to herself as she looked down at the floor again, twirling her
stringy hair. “I know it sounds stupid, but if people had followed
directions, stayed inside, stayed away from the sick ones, well, I
don’t know. But, I think we were all just too damn stupid to not
let ourselves get eaten.”