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The Devoured

Author(s): Curtis Lawson

The Elder Gods have come to the Old West.

The old man had lost nearly everything - his family, his home, his war. Now, after years of bloody conflict, he must confront a malevolent cosmic entity to save his only son.

Armed with little more than steel and hatred, the old man embarks on a hopeless war against the devouring gods from beyond the stars in a trail of bullets and bodies from Oakland to Omaha, as he battling witches, evangelical cannibals, Native shamans, and possessed lawmen.  

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In the year 2060—after decades of war, famine and financial collapse—individual nations ceased to exist, borders were blurred, different currencies were abandoned, and the new world order was complete. The dominion of the Global Alliance, ruled by the heads of the Five Families, had begun.

Now, over a century later, the power of the Global Alliance is absolute. Every aspect of daily life brings the Families more power and more profit. Though there are internal struggles within the Families,...

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It was a warm summer morning when the dead began to rise up and feast upon the living. The city was overrun in a matter of hours. 

The military acted immediately. They closed all the exits leading out of the area in order to contain the outbreak. They shot anyone trying to escape. 

Their methods were successful. The outbreak was contained, but all hope for the people trapped behind the gates . . . had been lost. 

The EPUA website was the only form of communication still available...

 
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