By Anthony DeCosmo
Earth is invaded by means of a suite of alien animals--both predators and prey--as good as extraterrestrial militias of various technological functions. Governments fall; towns are overrun. The panorama grows wild, alien forces try to carve out zones of keep an eye on, and humanity not sits atop the meals chain.
Trevor Stone unearths himself by myself and afraid during this chaotic new international while he meets an odd previous guy who gives you 3 gifts.
First, a well-stocked property excellent for surviving the preliminary invasion. moment, the power to manage the fiercest breeds of canine. 3rd, entry to the genetic stories of mankind.
It turns out he's all a part of a plan; a plan that has set 'rules' to this invasion and one who blurs the road among hero and villain.
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