The Any Tomorrow trilogy concludes with five final tales of terror.
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“Part 7: Halls of the Dead” tells of the Shan-Ra reborn and the quest for the Palace of A-Shan-Ra. The Shan-Ra are the legendary warriors dedicated to maintaining the balance of all things. But unless they can defeat the evil warlord Xintuan, everything they have struggled for will be for nothing.
“Part 8: Simonson’s Children” is a tale of control and deception in a colony of survivors at Kununurra where genetically modified reproduction and drug-induced behavior modification leads to a special form of terror.
“Part 9: The Culling” provides a tale of sadness and death as the Shan-Ra face their nemesis, Xenchitochan, in a final cataclysmic battle for control of the world. What is good and what is evil lose their meaning in the terrifying last moments of the battle.
“Part 10: The City” paints a portrait of an apocalyptic world desperately trying to survive and the search for a young girl named Diana who has ‘the sight’, something precious in a world where all is lost.
“Part 11: Into the Wasteland” is the final tale. Almost a millennia has passed since the world was destroyed. A few thousands managed to eke life from an unwilling earth. And yet there is hope, the myth of a better life in the ‘city of the south’. Hatchett seeks the city, but before he finishes his journey he will discover something that is more valuable than mere survival – hope.