Free Read The Year Seven - by Molleen Zwiker, The Year Seven, Molleen Zwiker, The Year Seven When Vic s TV goes out she is sure it s a power shortage But she awakens the next morning to find the world of human and animal life at an end With a small band of female survivors she enters a new post holocaust world of survival and obsession Free Read The Year Seven - by Molleen Zwiker - The Year Seven, The Year Seven When Vic s TV goes out she is sure it s a power shortage But she awakens the next morning to find the world of human and animal life at an end With a small band of female survivors she enters a new p

  • Title: The Year Seven
  • Author: Molleen Zwiker
  • ISBN: 9781562800345
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read The Year Seven - by Molleen Zwiker Free Read The Year Seven - by Molleen Zwiker - The Year Seven, The Year Seven When Vic s TV goes out she is sure it s a power shortage But she awakens the next morning to find the world of human and animal life at an end With a small band of female survivors she enters a new p

  • Free Read The Year Seven - by Molleen Zwiker
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The Year Seven

About "Molleen Zwiker"

  1. Molleen Zwiker

    Molleen Zwiker previously Molleen Zanger was born in Panama and raised in Michigan In the first grade, she wrote and illustrated her first short story on a length of coarse brown paper towel purloined from a roll in the girls restroom Her grandmother saved that story, and Zwiker still has it, filed with everything she s ever written Almost everything When she was 24, she began her first novel, a scathing feminist view of an inverted future where men are second class citizens Startled by the bitterness she read in her own work, Zwiker torched that manuscript This she sorely regrets there was a market for bitter, after all Zwiker earned an MFA in Creative Writing, Playwriting, from Western Michigan University Her most recent novel, Unreliable, was published in November 2012 by Scribe Publishing Company Currently, she is working on a new novel tentatively titled The Art of Murder.

190 thoughts on “The Year Seven”

  1. post apocalyptic lesbians having mutant babies while rebuilding civilization really, really good really, really funny.


  2. A mystery disease takes most of the human race except for some women and the even fewer men While it touches on the politics and the efforts needed to restore a semblance of society, this is a slice of life story of Vic It follows her life post event in finding others, her relationships, and her joining into her place in the new society.The viewpoint is narrowed to the narrator, and of her concerns not so much with the wider event, or even what is happening to those around her for whom she does [...]


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