THE UPHEAVAL SERIES
by CHARLEY MARSH
Courage is the mastery of fear – Mark Twain
Three quarters of the earth’s people wiped out.
No power. No phones. No fuel for trucks to move food into the cities. Anarchy rules.
In a world where scavenging for even the most basic needs takes courage and cunning–who can you trust?
Young Sydney Waters faces the greatest challenge of her life when she sets off to find a man who may or may not be alive.
A journey of a thousand miles. Alone and on foot.
SLOW WALK, the first book in the Upheaval series, brings alive a world where survival often means choosing who deserves to live—and who should die.
Sanity is madness put to good use – George Santayana
Sydney Waters stares out over the brittle, seared land three hundred feet below. How to cross four hundred miles of desert with a blind man and a dog?
Before Sydney can change course, the cliff edge breaks away. Her companion tumbles down into the desert. The only way out a cave that leads deep beneath the state of Nebraska.
No turning back now.
Book Two of the Upheaval series, Edge of Reality takes the reader on an extraordinary and unexpected adventure in a world turned upside down.
Survival can be summed up in three words–Never Give Up –Bear Grylls
Sydney Waters finds herself alone in the harsh and unforgiving Rocky Mountains. No sign of Jordan or the great hound, Dogma. The threat of snow in the air.
Her choices whittled down to one: she must continue alone toward her goal or die.
Book Three of the Upheaval series, Solstice Moon concludes Sydney’s courageous journey, traveling down twisty and challenging paths the reader never imagined.
The UPHEAVAL SERIES contains all three volumes; SLOW WALK; EDGE OF REALITY and SOLSTICE MOON.
By CHARLEY MARSH
In 1866, Zula Smith began life on a lab table hidden deep in a limestone cave outside of La Crosse.
Not quite human. Not quite Other. Then what?
When murder threatens all that she knows Zula must find the killer or lose everything.
This steampunk mystery set in one of the first gateways to the American west, pulls the reader in with its vibrant portrayal of alternate history in the Victorian era.