The end of the world is not glamorous. The survivors of The Breadwinner have barely escaped the clutches of the undead and are headed into the unknown, continuing their never ending search for solace in the post-apocalyptic landscape they were suddenly thrust into. The city of Haven, once a paradise for the living, but now crawling with the flesh hungry creatures they try so hard to elude, could be their only chance. Resume your post-apocalyptic survival adventure with Veronica, Samson and Ben as they struggle with hope and loss, and as they battle the futility of existence. Take on a new experience as you find yourself once more at the beginning, thrown into the depths of the end of the world with new survivors. Join Michelle and Lulu, ordinary women faced with extraordinary obstacles on their devastating journey and the pursuit of sanctuary in a world collapsed.
Haven continues the story of The Breadwinner with the addition of new territory, new characters, and new complications. The second book in The Breadwinner Trilogy will leave you stunned and bloodthirsty for the conclusion of the series. Who you once were still does not determine who you will become in the face of catastrophe, especially in Haven.
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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In part 2 of Haven, we are witness to a very unfortunate news broadcast. The outbreak is beginning. The eaters are coming. No one is safe.
One of the women in the group looked directly at the camera.
A voice was heard, “We should get out of here.” The
camera came back to the reporter but he was already running in the
direction of the news truck. The cameraman quickly panned
back in the direction of the attacks just in time to catch the
crazed woman leaping onto him. The camera went down but did
not shut off. Violent screams and growls filled the air,
yelps of pain and prayers to God went unanswered as the woman
ripped out the cameraman’s throat.