By K. A. Applegate
Belief no one.
The Remnants are outsiders in the world they as soon as known as domestic. 500 years after the Rock, Earth is an arid barren region, inhabited in basic terms by means of a handful of human descendants & mutated animals. to outlive, they need to plant certainly one of their own—Mo' Steel—as chief of a wild band of surface-dwelling Marauders. yet first he has to turn out himself by way of defeating the Beasts, protecting the gang from Slizzer assaults, and by some means effectively major the Marauders to The resource. And if that’s no longer enough—he has to maintain an eye fixed on these closest to him...because he now not understands who his neighbors are.
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He remembered what she had said to him once—We are of one blood, though we be strangers. He laughed, silently, and his eyes were very bright. The tide of war had rolled on toward the King City, where from the sound of it there was hot fighting around the castle. Eddies of the main struggle swept shrieking through the streets, but the ratruns under the Wall were clear. Everyone had stampeded inward, the victims with the victors close on their heels. The short northern day was almost gone. He found a hiding place that offered reasonable safety, and settled himself to wait.
He would not be allowed to go unscathed. He drew himself up sharply then, and swore. He had left N’Chaka behind, a naked boy running in a place of rocks and sun on Mercury. He had become Eric John Stark, a man, and civilized. He thrust the senseless premonition from him, and turned his back upon the mountains. Deimos touched the horizon. A last gleam of reddish light tinged the snow, and then was gone. Thanis, who was half asleep, said with sudden irritation, “I do not believe in your barbarians.
Balin laughed. It was evening again when Stark awoke. He sat up, stretching lazily. Thanis crouched by the hearthstone, stirring something savory in a blackened pot. She wore a red kirtle and a necklet of beaten gold, and her hair was combed out smooth and shining. She smiled at him and rose, bringing him his own boots and trousers, carefully cleaned, and a tunic of leather tanned fine and soft as silk. Stark asked her where she got it. “Balin stole it—from the baths where the nobles go. ” She laughed.
Aftermath (Remnants, Book 12) by K. A. Applegate