I was captivated by the story. It's very disturbing, but much like I would imagine what it would be like if we lost power. The story and narration are both excellent.
didn't enjoy this at all. almost didn't want to finish it. there are far better survival end of the world books. not that this book sucked, just very slow very basic story or plain compared to other books
I just finished my 1st book on Audible and it was a wonderful way to experience this book! (I also have a printed copy of One Second After).
My favorite part was the narration. It is so well done and very consistent that it was a joy to listen to.
I would recommend this book to anyone (over the age of 13 that is), and I hope I enjoy my next book.
This book is intimidating. To think about this scenario playing out in the United States is nothing short of frightening. The author does a fabulous job of describing the American lifestyle following this magnitude of catastrophe. His story is realistic because of what has already played out over and over in history.
if you have a heart string to tug this book takes every opportunity to pull lt. l felt like Rocky after going 12 rounds with Apollo Creed. This book beat the hell out of me and left me exhausted but still standing. I loved it.
Our family owns some land. We raise some of our own food and buy dehydrated food as well. After reading this book, we need to do so much more! At least I have an idea of the direction we need to take for our wellbeing and for our extended family.
Looking at the chaos that is beginning to take place in the US and the world, perhaps we should take this information seriously!
The book itself was heart wrenching and almost caught myself crying at work. It's a must read!
I usually write about world devastation books that they are generally good reads but never really believable. the characters are usually not the kind you can feel for and the story overall is kind of far fetched. This is NOT that kind of book. I was floored with the realism, the ease of which I found myself drawn in. If you can get through this book without cheers, tears and a few dreadful thoughts, then you aren't human.