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Published by Foremost Press
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332 pages

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Nice Things Said
 "In a post-apocalyptic world 
  gripped by madness, nature
  offers the remnants of
  humanity one last chance
  at redemption." 

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Tanya Gray, a young college graduate, joins the shocked refugees seeking shelter from the approaching nuclear nightmare. They find it deep inside Crystal Temple, a high-tech underground fortress, designed to survive the nuclear fallout. But Tanya soon discovers dark and terrible secrets about Crystal Temple and joins a rebel movement.

Implicated in the uprising against the military dictatorship, she and her boyfriend are exiled to the surface. Moving across the hostile nuclear wasteland, they encounter a country gripped by anarchy and madness. Slowly dying from radiation poisoning, they prepare to meet the end. Then a masked stranger appears, offering them a chance at survival. . . .

Tanya undergoes a physical and spiritual transformation that will send her on a mission of discovery and vengeance. For as the world changes, the remnants of mankind must change or face extinction.

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Die to Live Again
by David Crane
ISBN-10: 1-939870-05-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-939870-05-6

About this Book

Tanya Gray made a promise to her father on the day the missiles were launched. She promised to survive the unthinkable. Finding refuge inside a high-tech fallout shelter, she, along with hundreds of survivors, tries to cope with unimaginable grief and suffering. Forced to live underground in a sanctuary run by a tyrannical general, Tanya endures death and hardship, but finds love and hope.

Implicated in a plot against the sanctuary's military dictatorship, she and her boyfriend are exiled to die on the surface. Suffering from radiation sickness, they encounter a stranger who offers them a chance to live again—but it will come at a price.

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About the Author

Crane was born in the Ukraine, which was then a part of the Soviet Union, a country that no longer exists. At the age of sixteen, he immigrated to the United States with his family to seek a better life.

After earning his bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and Graphic Design, his love of writing emerged. He continues to do so in New York City.

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A Review

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In David Crane's post-apocalyptic science fiction novel, Die to Live Again, Tanya Gray, a young college graduate, finds her life changed forever. World War III has begun, and Tanya must find shelter from the approaching nuclear nightmare. A flash of light behind the window, and a rising nuclear mushroom cloud on the horizon, signals the end of the world. Along with many desperate people, she finds sanctuary inside Crystal Temple, a high-tech underground facility run by the military.

But Tanya soon learns dark and terrible secrets about Crystal Temple, and joins a rebel movement against General Pierce. When the plot is discovered, Tanya, along with her boyfriend, Jack, are exiled to the surface. Facing a certain death from radiation sickness, they prepare to meet their end. The sudden appearance of a masked stranger with superhuman abilities informs them of a cure for their fatal condition—but it will come at a price.

Nature offers mankind a second chance. And the world reshaped by nuclear fire will never be the same.

Die to Live Again was published by Foremost Press. It can be ordered through local bookstores and at, Amazon and Barnes &
ISBN-10: 1-939870-05-4
ISBN-13: 978-1-939870-05-6
332 pp, $16.97

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