Mindless murdering savages.
Are they zombies?
Are they still human?
Whatever the other survivors have become, they no longer speak; they only kill and live like animals. Parker and Marcus navigate through the ruins of America and battle through these lingering savages with no answers, searching for the last strain of humanity.
Civilization was just a flickering illusion. Turn out the lights long enough and you see what we really are.
Until one discovery changes everything.
The infant’s cry shatters their already destroyed world. For Parker, the babe invokes the ghosts of her dead husband and sons. For Iraq war veteran Marcus, the child embodies his hope and gives him innocence to protect. For both, they struggle to determine if faded notions like romance are just too expensive in this bleak, dying world.
My desire for him was like my desire to eat my gun every morning. It was not something I did; it was something I lived with.
In this grim portrait of post apocalyptic survival, the survivors of an apocalypse—from preppers and soldiers to passengers in life—face the horror of not knowing what happened to the world around them as they question whether humanity was ever human to begin with.
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Blow..me...away...This book is one I will never forget, it impacted me on so many levels and is an absolutely stunning, scary and disturbing read. After reading The Waning and really liking Christina...
This review of Savages by Christina Bergling is the result of an ARC sent to Ginger Nuts of Horror in exchange for an honest review.Another new author to me. Christina Bergling is not a name I have he...
I am highly critical of the books I read, and rarely finish a book I'm not excited about. I am always on the lookout for a book that will enthral me, make me forget about the long list of things I'm n...
Christina Bergling's Savages took me in its grip and I did not want to be released. I savored reading every word, fascinated with the main characters and what they would do and say next. I read slowly...
Very well written book of a post apocalyptic world telling the story of two survivors walking across the country in search of a normal world. A kind of new twist on zombies. I recieved this book in a ...
Colorado-bred writer, Christina Bergling, sold her soul early into the writing game. By fourth grade, she knew she wanted to be an author, and in college, she actively pursued it and started publishing small scale. However, with the realities of eating and paying bills, she hocked her passion to profession and worked as a technical writer and document manager, even traveling to Iraq as a contracto