Now, separated from the rest of their group, the two teens will need to work together to brave the Canadian wilds and make it home alive. Thankfully, Zoo isn't afraid of the corpses and ransacked buildings she encounters, because she believes they're just part of the show.
Eighteen months after a deadly virus claimed the lives of their teachers and classmates, only three students have survived the To at the Baxter School for Girls. Trapped inside the island boarding school, the girls have been told that all they have to do is wait for rescue to arrive.
But when one of the girls goes missing in the woods surrounding Baxter, her friend must journey into the dangerous, infected forest in order to save her. Set in the midst of the infamous Donner Party, Alma Bats's The Hunger follows that ill-fated expedition as it meanders west toward the mountains, losing members and growing increasingly paranoid the further along it travels.
When her father takes eight-year-old Peggy away from London to live in a woodland hut, he tells her they are the only people left alive in the wake of disaster. But after Peggy finds a pair of boots that do not belong to either of them, she begins to question the yarn her father has spun, and wonders why he has brought her out into the wilderness.
Recently relocated to the isolated hamlet where her new husband, Jon, buried his first wife, Rosa finds that the villagers view them both askance, and that they may have worse than dirty looks in mind for the newlyweds. In this “Little Red Riding Hood” retelling, a woman living in the aftermath of a major Crisis chooses independence and danger over repression and fences.
She has already had a number of illustrious careers, including time as a circus rider, but now her horse-thieving has put men on her trail. Twining together the stories of a missing woman and the park ranger sent to find her, Diane Les Bequest' Breaking Wild slowly reveals what made Amy Race La tour flee into the wilderness just ahead of a snowstorm, and why PRU Hathaway wants so badly to find her.
Living in self-imposed exile ahead of her gallery exhibition, painter Sam hopes that the cabin on Carob Lake will unlock her ability to make good art once more.