The Behemoth's Song :The Long Road Home Book Two

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Literary Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

After surviving a living hell, Page and Kidd continue on their path to NY. With the news on the radio reporting more and more incidents of violence and attacks by raiders, Page fears what horrors await them on the road ahead. She begins to second guess her choice to continue on and her doubts may just be the end of them both.

Table of Contents

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Just like all of my other writings, this book is copyrighted and not to be reposted by anyone but myself or without my permission.

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Everything hurt, but her hands were free. Page swung at the shadow moving before her. She swore she would take the son of a bitch down wi... Read Chapter

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As she had for the last three weeks since she was freed from the bastard, Page woke up sore and miserable. That was, until she remembered... Read Chapter

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Page whipped the packed snowball as hard as she could. It sailed through the air and smacked Ulysses in the side of the head. The behemot... Read Chapter

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The wind picked up nearly knocking the two off their feet. Page glared up to the darkening sky and sighed. She smiled down to the boy. ... Read Chapter

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Page cleared the hatch and was a little surprised to see both Hank and Martin waiting for her. Martin had his stupid smile in place, but ... Read Chapter

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Hank entered the radio room to find a large group of people standing around.  ‘Everyone out please.’ He requested in a tone not ... Read Chapter

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Mid-March brought a wave of warm weather and rain. To everyone’s surprise, the rain had small bits of black ash in it. Mouth had report... Read Chapter

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The disappointment of finding nothing for Kidd to eat, almost brought her to tears. She scanned the kitchen desperate for anything to fee... Read Chapter

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The storm was still raging the next morning. Page did not mind the delay. they could all use a little rest. She had been stunned when she... Read Chapter

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Page frowned at the hatch on the ceiling she had missed in her original walk of the house. Just from the outside she could tell there was... Read Chapter

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Page stopped to wipe the sweat from her forehead. Her plan to attach the two carts had seemed like a great idea at first. The ache of her... Read Chapter

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As they crossed the bridge before Spring Gulch, Page felt a great sense of relief. According to Ty, the road to the castle was a mile and... Read Chapter

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Page grabbed her towel and headed out the door of the cottage she shared with Kidd and Dogg. The boy was off exploring somewhere with Dan... Read Chapter

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Kidd followed Daniel into the training grounds and looked around stunned. He had loved the ponds and wanted to go find Page and show her ... Read Chapter

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Page, Steve, and Helena walked to the other side of the Castle where the gardens were. The open area was full of various plants and shrub... Read Chapter

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Page slipped into the water, never tiring of the heat. She sighed smiling up to Ty. ‘Wish there was a way we could take one of the... Read Chapter

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Page drew the Spartan and took careful aim. She released the string and the arrow flew true. ‘Dude!’ Rodger called excited. ‘Yo... Read Chapter

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Elliot looked as surly as usual and stood glowering at the training kids. He looked to them and nodded. As soon as the tree joined them, ... Read Chapter

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Page closed her eyes and tipped her head back letting the sun warm her face. The sudden drop in temperature before the fall would have he... Read Chapter

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Page shook her head in disbelief. She could not believe this worked. The chainsaw swung in small circle above the heads of hundreds of ri... Read Chapter

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She yawned so hard her jaw popped. Page lay her head to Ty’s back and closed her eyes. ‘Some look out.’ He teased and she smile... Read Chapter

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As soon as it was safe, the group went back on the road heading east. Days passed one after another and Page was happy that they were une... Read Chapter

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Her head was pounding. Why was her head pounding so bad? That was not the pressures the rippers caused. Page opened her eyes confused. It... Read Chapter

Chapter Twenty Six

The horses were not happy about moving toward the stalkers. Even Charger who was the most relaxed and playful horse Page had ever met, wa... Read Chapter

Chapter Twenty Seven

Page rubbed her forehead and glared at the road before her. This was where Woody told her the survivalist store was. The pressure in her ... Read Chapter

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‘We knew about the fall about two hours before everyone else.’ Tiny told them once everyone had taken a seat around the large kitchen... Read Chapter

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The store was as quite other than Dogg’s panting as he followed Page through the aisles. At two am it was also pitch black and the only... Read Chapter

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Page rubbed her temples wishing the blasted headache would go away. The two day trip through Missoula had been as miserable as she had th... Read Chapter

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The Museums gift shop was packed full of period replicas. Including cast iron cook wear and old school butter turns. Ty was standing besi... Read Chapter

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Kevin’s gun clicked empty and he dove for cover. Page and Ty took the opportunity to move to a new location. The man’s wails followed... Read Chapter

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‘Here is what I was thinking.’ Page said accepting a cup of coffee from Maloney. The group had decided to set up camp early so she an... Read Chapter

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The stalkers were swarming all over Atlas clawing and biting at the behemoth. Atlas was thrashing around panicked attempting to get them ... Read Chapter

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Page starred at the ring not taking it. Before the fall, she would have said no straight off. They had not known each other long enough t... Read Chapter

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Page woke feeling absolutely miserable. They were back on the road and Kidd was driving the wagon. She had been asleep on her cot in the ... Read Chapter

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Page looked to her group after she clipped the phone back to her belt. ‘Well if we can’t hunt here, we may as well press on to the se... Read Chapter