Since a devastating war ten years ago, Doyle, a former Navy SEAL, has been prowling the broken remnants of America alone in an armored school bus loaded with weapons until an attack from ruthless, bloodthirsty cannibals leaves Doyle low on gas and in need of a tire, forcing him to stop at the nearest settlement.
Jonathan has been pastoring a small church in the same settlement, but he has bigger dreams of traveling the countryside and preaching the Gospel. Up until now, cannibals have made that dream impossible, but Doyle’s armored transport brings hope that Jonathan’s dream could become a reality.
The two men strike a mutually beneficial bargain, but neither realizes that on this journey, as they battle cannibals, militant atheists, and a mysterious, superpowered Army general, Jonathan’s faith and Doyle’s skepticism will meet in a collision that forever changes them in ways they never imagined.
Solitary Man is a gritty, action-packed post-apocalyptic story with a solid, Biblical worldview.
About Eric Landfried (New Hampshire Author)
I was thirteen years old when I realized I was a writer. Once I had this realization, I grabbed a spiral notebook and began filling it with all the stories bumping around in my head. I was young and inexperienced, and therefore terrible, but the ideas kept coming and I kept improving as a writer. As a shy and withdrawn kid living in West Virginia, writing became the best outlet to express myself, and I exploited it as much as I could.
As an adult, I wrote less frequently, usually due to my procrastinating nature, but the ideas never went away. Many of them are still with me, waiting for me to introduce them to the world. And now, someone has looked at my writing and deemed it worthy of investing time, money and effort in order to share it with the masses.
I now live in New Hampshire with my wife Kristen and my son Nathan. I'm excited to begin a new chapter in my life that involves doing something I've always loved. There's never been a moment that I felt like I wasn't a writer, but the journey of a writer is sometimes discouraging more than it is encouraging. This means I'm eternally grateful for this opportunity to share my thoughts and ideas with you. Thank you for your interest and support.