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THE NEW MADRID RUN

THE NEW MADRID RUN


WHAT IF THE WORLD CAME APART AT THE SEAMS?
WHAT IF YOU SURVIVED?

A frightening new novel by Michael Reisig

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The New Madrid Run is a story of plausible catastrophe, a journey of courage and survival that begins in South Florida and ends in the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas. Its a high adventure tale that skillfully melds scientific fact and new age predictions into a page-burning work of fiction.”--RICHARD W. NOONE, BEST--SELLING AUTHOR OF 5/5/2000.

The New Madrid Run casts its readers into a changed world, when early in the next century, the heralded planetary alignment and the increasing ice mass of the south pole combine to cause a shift in the earth’s poles.

Within a few terrifying hours, modern civilization is shattered....

Travis Christian, owner of Island Air Charters in the Florida Keys, has miraculously survived nature’s initial onslaught.

As he faces the terrible new elements of a changed world and the baser ambitions of his fellow man, he attempts to navigate a battered sailboat toward hope of safe harbor in the mountains of Western Arkansas.

Along the way, Christian gathers the most remarkable crew of castaways. As one world ends, another begins, and they embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

High seas pirates, fierce storms, and, ultimately, the man who would be king, all stand between them and a place of refuge. Yet, banded together on this desperate gambit for survival, a handful of souls in a new world discover friendship, courage and faith, on The New Madrid Run.

“A roller coaster adventure ride that will have you stocking up on survival gear and buying property in the mountains!” --The Ouachita Writers Guild

“Thought-provoking, frightening; the best read since Stephen King introduced the plague to modern man.” --The Texarkana Gazette.

“An outstanding apocalyptic thriller! Crisp, fresh. Fast moving. A great new voice for the action reader.” --The Northwest Arkansas Times.


Price: $6.75 plus $2.00 S&H





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