Area writer Diane Anthony has released The Return, the third and final book in her “The Rare” trilogy.
According to Anthony, “The moment Olivia’s family is finally together in Uncle Eli’s camp, violence comes between them when Matthias shoots her mother, who has proven untrustworthy too many times. But not all is lost because of her mother. With the help of Uncle Eli, they find out the rumors they have been chasing are true.
“The Haven is real. Freedom is in sight. At least, it will be once David and Olivia cross the DMZ. But that’s easier said than done: assuming they don’t freeze or starve in the bleak of winter, they must survive an irradiated no-man’s-land reclaimed by the wilderness.
“With Eli’s suspicious camp, the Coalition on their trail, and in-fighting among their own group, they’re running out of time and options to find a way across. What happens when Olivia and David are forced to make painful choices between ideals and safety?”
The paperback book retails for $14.99 and is available locally at Amherst Family Foods and The Book Cellar in Waupaca as well as online at Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle editions and BarnesandNoble.com in both paperback and Nook editions.
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