A small Southern, Gulf Coast town begins to spiral downward after a solar flare causes a massive blackout, leaving residents stunned and unprepared. But the loss of power is only the beginning.
In the chaos that follows, one ordinary man embarks on a journey of survival in this vastly different world.
An ordinary man helplessly watches the world around him begin to breakdown after a massive Solar Flare cripples much of the planet's power grids. As planes fall from the sky, cars suddenly die, and most electrical devices stop working all with catastrophic consequences. While the thin veneer of normalcy stubbornly shrouds the coming collapse. Scott Montgomery realizes the truth; not just about the extent of damage to the world's infrastructure but also the drastic plans one group has for regaining control.
He is not a soldier nor a survivalist, but he is intelligent enough to realize the truth before most others do. Also pulling him out of his reclusive existence is a desperate plea to save his niece. His next steps will determine if he has a chance to survive this. To do so he must overcome his trust issues, learn the skills to survive and find allies who can help.
This shockingly realistic look at how society may cope when the world is thrust back to a time before electricity. It is brutal and deadly and based largely on facts. When the power does not come back on society quickly begins to break down. Scott and his new friends battle to save their town and themselves. They must confront those that choose not be self-reliant who
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|Size: ||2.9 MB|
|Publisher: ||Red Leaf Books|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9780997728910 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|