By Joseph Talluto
White Flag of the useless: booklet 1 quit of the Living.
thousands died while the Enillo Virus swept the earth. thousands extra have been misplaced whilst the sufferers of the plague refused to stick lifeless, in its place emerging to slay and feed on these left alive. For survivors like John Talon and his son Jake, they're confronted with a decision: Do they undergo the useless, elevating the white flag of give up? Or do they locate the desire to struggle, to attempt and hold directly to the final shreds or humanity?
Surrender of the dwelling is the 1st excessive octane installment within the White Flag of the lifeless series.
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It was true, Eliza was not beside me; but she was with her friends in the ponycarriage, as happy, I trusted, as I was; and even when we pedestrians, having forsaken the highway for a short cut across the fields, beheld the little carriage far away, disappearing amid the green, embowering flees, I did not hate those trees for snatching the dear little bonnet and shawl from my sight, nor did I feel that all those intervening objects lay between my happiness and me; for, to confess the truth, I was too happy in the company of Mrs Graham, to regret the absence of Eliza Millward.
She then bid me good evening and withdrew. I had not proceeded many steps on my way homewards when I perceived Mr Lawrence, on his pretty grey pony, coming up the rugged lane that crossed over the hill top. I went a little out of my way to speak to him; for we had not met for some time. ’ said he, after the first few words of greeting had passed between us. ’ ‘Humph! ’ He looked contemplatively at his horse’s mane, as if he had some serious cause of dissatisfaction with it, or something else. ‘Well!
Ah! and you never will know, Gilbert, till you’re married. ’ ‘Oh! that’s all nonsense, my dear—It’s mere boy’s talk that! ’ ‘Then, you must fall each into your proper place. You’ll do your business, and she, if she’s worthy of you, will do hers; but it’s your business to please yourself, and hers to please you. I’m sure your poor, dear father was as good a husband as ever lived, and after the first six months or so were over, I should as soon have expected him to fly, as to put himself out of his way to pleasure me.
White Flag of the Dead (White Flag of the Dead, Book 1) by Joseph Talluto