Suffer the Little Children – Al-Unidos Liberation Chronicles Book 2

The suffering and violence continue in Book Two - Suffer the Little Children. So does the heroism.

Pamela is a young mother when she and her family are abducted and taken to a remote forest camp by heartless marauders. Fantina is a family nanny trying to help her young charges survive in San Diego as ruthless Al-Unidos armies slowly close in on her world. Police Chief and former Marine Ted Cloaker is fighting a desperate battle in the rugged mountains east of San Diego to preserve the world he knows.

Americans live in a country where different states talk about splitting up or seceding from the Union on a regular basis. The Al-Unidos Chronicles series explores that proposition in a world of its own reality.

Follow the terrifying exploits of a tightly knit community of family and friends determined to survive in such a post-apocalyptic world. California, Oregon, and Washington's secession from the United States of America is just the beginning. After withdrawing, they must begin the difficult work of creating their progressive utopia.

Live the adventure along with The Chief, his good friend Cal, Marshal Christie, Dean and Janelle, and all the other "regular people" who are just trying to make a life in this new reality. Learn and embrace Al-Unidos' enlightened philosophy of inclusion and tolerance.

Take the pledge along with all the other residents of the new nation:

"I declare my dependence on the collective and devote myself to the Commonwealth of Al-Unidos, the Rainbow State of Acceptance, Tolerance, and Inclusion. I embrace Diversity and Love for all organisms, decrying Hate in thought, word, and deed. This is my pledge before Mother Earth."

David C. Perry

About David C. Perry (Spokane, Washington Author)

David C. Perry

Writing the stories of the brave men and women who have served our country at sea is one of David's greatest joys. Thoroughly researched for actual events and reliable backdrops, Perry uses period and nautical language to tell the true stories of these intrepid patriots.

Born in Stockton, California in the 1950s, David moved to Seattle, Washington in 1960 with his parents and brother. The family eventually settled in Libby, Montana.

David reported to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland in 1977. It was at this time that he was introduced to that intrepid seafaring officer, Horatio Hornblower, by C.S Forester.

After a lifetime reading this inspiring genre, David decided it was time that the early US Navy had someone to tell their story. Thus, the "Not Self but Country" series was born!

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