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The Ishim Underground by Carrie Bailey

The Ishim Underground

by Carrie Bailey

Giveaway ends July 16, 2015.

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"The Ishim Underground is like no other post-apocalyptic book you will read."


"You can tell you're reading a good book when it inspires you to write something grand out of pure excitement."


"The way that she describes this new world, its own cultures, and the conceptions that they have of our time is quite immersive!"


"I look forward to what ever comes next in this world."



The 3 Indispensable Rules for Taking Charge  (2013) is an ideal short read for anyone wanting to take over the world with a  man-eating reptilian for a mentor.


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The Ishim Underground (2015)
100,000-ish words -- New Adult​-ish -- New Zealand-ish


Post-apocalyptic adventure. Two cultures at odds, the emerging city state of Auckland and the nomadic peoples who surround it. An extremely organized young man tries to hide from the consequences of a rash decision, being robbed by old ladies and the genetically modified megafauna that roam the waste.

 Post-apocalyptic adventures.

Copyright 2014 Carrie Bailey Books

More Peevish Penman Novellas by Carrie Bailey

Science Fiction. Genetic Engineering.

Bungle of Oz (2013) is based in the fantasy world of Frank Baum where the obnoxiously vain glass cat gets chipped and has to do something about it...or gets someone else find someone else to help.


Available on:

Amazon

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                               "I'm interested in life without technology and the philosophy of developing cultures. I've often wondered what dark age scribes were thinking when they read about the lost technology of the ancient world. Oppression. Lawlessness. Cults. Nomads. Slavery. A time when the remnants of science could be confused with cosmic intervention. When the earth is in chaos. I incorporate elements of both Jewish and Plains Indian mythology into my post-apocalpytic writing. And, yes, there is a strain of coffee that makes people a sort immortal... if you drink enough." - C Bailey 2014

Carrie Bailey is a one dimensional coffee obsessed writer and illustrator from Oregon. She has lived in Chile, New Zealand, North Carolina. Currently in New England. She writes mostly post-apocalyptic novels or stuff about coffee. Or post-apocalyptic novels about genetically modified strands of coffee.



Hi! If you want to get in touch and talk about any of my work, your work, coffee or just generally philosophize, I'm most active on Twitter and always happy to chat :)