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Published: 2013-11-17T16:00:00+00:00

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Arisen, Book Two – Mogadishu of the Dead by James Glynn & Fuchs Michael Stephen

DEAD CITY

After a perfect two-point landing in the dead middle of the street, Homer trotted to a halt, reeled in his chute, shrugged out of his harness, wrapped the latter in the former, and shoved the whole bundle down an open street drain. He then unslung his weapon, charged it, grabbed his leg bag by its strap with his left hand, and got the hell off the street.

This meant ducking into a recessed doorway. He immediately took a very careful gander through the windows for any sign of movement inside, then put his full attention back on the street. His patrol boots, sleek and form-fitting assault suit and load-bearing harness, short-barrelled assault rifle, and hockey-style tactical helmet melted fluidly into the dim recess. He looked out, pivoting from his left, to his right, to directly across the way. Nothing moved in the lightening gloom.

 

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Arisen, Book Two – Mogadishu of the Dead by James Glynn & Fuchs Michael Stephen

Author:James, Glynn & Fuchs, Michael Stephen [James, Glynn] , Date: June 10, 2019

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Author:James, Glynn & Fuchs, Michael Stephen [James, Glynn]

Language: eng

Format: mobi

Tags: SEAL Team Six, SOF, high-tech weapons, Increment, serial fiction, fast zombies, spec-ops, techno-thriller, naval adventure, SAS, dystopian fiction, special operations, zombies, supercarrier, Delta Force, Hereford, military, horror, Zombie Apocalypse

Published: 2013-11-17T16:00:00+00:00
DEAD CITY

After a perfect two-point landing in the dead middle of the street, Homer trotted to a halt, reeled in his chute, shrugged out of his harness, wrapped the latter in the former, and shoved the whole bundle down an open street drain. He then unslung his weapon, charged it, grabbed his leg bag by its strap with his left hand, and got the hell off the street.

This meant ducking into a recessed doorway. He immediately took a very careful gander through the windows for any sign of movement inside, then put his full attention back on the street. His patrol boots, sleek and form-fitting assault suit and load-bearing harness, short-barrelled assault rifle, and hockey-style tactical helmet melted fluidly into the dim recess. He looked out, pivoting from his left, to his right, to directly across the way. Nothing moved in the lightening gloom.

That’s not so bad, then. He almost smiled at his good luck so far.

But then he grimaced again. This was supposed to be a city of three million dead people. Where in God’s name were they all? He should be neck-deep right now. He felt reprieved. But he also felt a sense of deep foreboding. Something was very wrong. And it couldn’t, in the end, turn out to be good.

All around him, littering the street, were the telltale signs of a struggle for survival long lost. There were no fresh bodies. Two years of Chicago weather had seen to that, and all that remained were rag-covered bones littering the ground. A few feet away, in the next doorway along, were two adult-sized skeletons clutching each other. Homer stared at them for a moment and wondered what this place had been like the day those two huddled in that doorway for shelter.

He scanned the area, looking a second time for movement. But apart from the bits of trash that littered the street, skittering in the slight wind, nothing moved.

He pressed the transmit button built into the foregrip of his assault rifle and hailed Ali.

She hadn’t been quite so lucky in her landing, he learned in short order. She was working to keep the pain out of her voice, with some success. But the effort was costing her.

Homer told her to stay put, signed off, and immediately picked up her grid location from his forearm-mounted Blue Force Tracker. The transponder in her BFT unit was talking seamlessly with his. She was close – but not close enough for comfort, and also elevated. The moving map in his forearm-mounted display drew out a route for him.

He moved out smartly, hugging the walls and building fronts. Back in the world before, this was a no-no – bullets also hugged walls, sometimes skimming along them for hundreds of feet, making them an excellent place to get shot. But now, of course, no one was shooting back – and the great thing was to stay out of sight, and silent. This was often made easier, as it was in this dead city, by the abandoned cars and garbage that lay everywhere.

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