A realistic and terrifying look at how most of our society will turn out after an attack like the one portrayed in the book. Be prepared people, it's better to be and not need it, than to need it and not be.
The fact that the story is based on a very real disaster that could happen at any time is scary. It made me want to go out and fill my cupboards with canned goods, paper goods etc. The interactions between the characters was very interesting. The way the town reacts to such a gruesome event helps outweigh the sometimes gruesome things that they have to endure. Take the time to read this book!
I never read "doomsday" books but this book should be read by every American. It is that important.
Linda "Rock ,Paper, Pen"
Reading and or listening is not for the faint of heart. How quickly everything collapses. And how much we take for granted can not be easily dismissed.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. I'm not usually a fan of these kinds of books, but as of lately they are one of my new favorite genre's. I am fascinated by one's views on RDS's and "conspiracy theories". This book is one of my least favorites of this kind. I had a hard time getting into the book and sticking with it. It's very slow moving, but does have substance if you can keep listening. It was just ok for me, and the narrator was also just ok...