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RAMPAGE is an adventurous heart-warming story. It's a tale of first love, fear, and survival. It's available in paper back and ebook form at Write Words Inc. www.writewordsinc.com/rampage.html Cambridge books. It's also available for quick download at the Amazon Kindle bookstore http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004UIGTU8 & Barns & Noble Nook.
RAMPAGE is an adventurous heart-warming story. It's a tale of first love, fear, and survival. The two families living in the secluded-mountain valley, Matt and Loretta Peterson--along with their teenage daughter Samantha-- lived at the higher end of the valley, up at the base of the mountains. The Topp family, and teenage son, Rocky, lived at the lower end. Both families loved the Mountain's tranquility—or at least they use to. But something evil had descended into their valley under the cover of darkness and, for the Topp and Peterson families daylight couldn't come soon enough. This was the first time such a destructive force had showed its horrendous face in their valley, and little did they know things were going to get much worse....
Night was beginning to fall in the tranquil mountain valley, and the long workday at the Topps’ family farm had come to an end. Fall weather had once again returned, along with the exploding colors of the tree’s leaves. The unmistakable sound of the elks’ trumpeting calls had also returned to the valley - announcing the beginning of their mating season. It was a wondrous time for the elk; but it could also be a very dangerous time, especially when the elk began wandering down the old wagon train trail from the mountains, down to where the early morning frost had not yet fallen on the tender green grasses. The Topp family - Jim, his wife Mary, along with their teenage son, Rocky - lived on the farm at the lower end of the valley. The roaming elk foraging for food didn’t really bother the Topp family all that much, except when they had to occasionally chase one or two out of their vegetable garden or small corn patch they would plant each year. But the pure - evil which followed the elk down from the mountains, shadowing their every movement did…