Yes. It's one of the best real life
The hanging of the cannibal. He strings up the leader of a gang clan then stands back for a moment after gettin caught up in the situation and comes to grips with the devil we all have inside and defeats it.
The whole thing. I can't really pick any one scene in the book to put as my favorite. The moment you start listening and then reading this story you'll become completely engrossed in it.
Read it. You'll enjoy it immensely and then suggest it to your friends right away, that's is if you want to give them somethin to truly think about.
I've been an Audible addict since 2001. I like fantasy, intrigue, detective mysteries, love stories (not soft porn), and books with a Christian theme (and yes I know some don't think that fits with my love of fantasy). Since my husband retired I have less time to listen, but I always get through at least 4 books a month! I love to stock up during sales!!!
riviting, eyeopening, heartwrenching
This is an extremely well written book that will make you cherish the pampered life we lead as US citizens. It is a very realistic story of what
too many to chose.
Without giving too much away there comes a time when those in power have to chose who will live and who will die based on who will or will not receive food rations. At the same time they fight for the lives of family pets. Being a pet lover I have to wonder given a choice between watching a neighbor die and slaughtering my own dogs for food, which would be the harder.
I'm not much of a doomsday fanatic. I don't fear death for I know that life on this earth is but a breath of the life we will live in heaven. I do believe the
I've been recommending it to everyone, they are now officially tired of hearing me go on about it. It's a prediction of the future disguised as a novel. It should be heeded....that's why I'm pushing people to read it.
Any number of end of life as we know it stories with the added caveat that this is very much a reality we could face any time now.
I didn't have a favorite character, they were all strong in their roles and well described, it was not character driven, this book tells a story we need to hear. The characters, as an ensemble, accomplish that.
It made me shiver...and it should do the same to you...
Yes. It was very informative and well written.
When the main characters brand new son-in-law died.
Confronting the head of the posse
My heart couldn't take this in one sitting. It's just too disturbing.
Anyone over the age of 50 or is on any life-extending medication needs to read this book.
I really enjoyed this book. It was a good listen. I recommend this to anyone who likes drama and suspense based on events that might actually occur in the world.
I have already recommended it to many friends and I will continue to do so. I have long been a believer in storing food, medical supplies and needed items for the home to make my home self-sufficient in times of disaster...any disaster. It is also recommended by my church and has been for decades. We cannot rely on others to take care of us in bad times whether it be financial, weather catastrophe, or in the incident of an electro magnetic pulse, which I believe is on our horizon. Everyone needs to read this book and get prepared.
Hiroshima and Nagashaki, because both books dealt with a war time catastrophe that no one was prepared for or expected.
He brings a realism that brings you into the story and help you to see yourself as being right beside him.
Most definitely and I will be listening to it many times over. Not only enjoyable but necessary in these times.
If the United States Government is putting this subject on the back burner, then One Moment After will bring it to light. Be prepared. Read this book and go forward as you must.
This is one of the very few books that I could not put down. Stayed up till 4:00am listening to it even though I get up at 5:30am every morning. Absolutely kept me on the edge of my seat. Gut wrenching story that is so totally plausible and an incredible delivery.
So easy to believe. Everything made perfect sense.
Three points in the book were particularly poignant. Don't want to spoil book for anyone. But trust me, this book will grab you by the throat and make you sit up and pay attention.
This book should be a MUST READ for all public officials.
Yes, it was an entertaining story. A bit sad, but good.
John of course ;-)
It did open my eyes. I'm 45, Diabetic and have a pacemaker. Looks like I'll be one of the first victims in this book.
I did enjoy the story even if it was a bit sad. I really wish writers would stop refering to Cordite in their books. The last country to use Cordite stoped making it in 1945. You may be smelling some variety of gun powder, but it's not Cordite unless you happened upon a WWII Surplus stockpile. The Term Cordite is as obsolete as Leaded Gasoline.
Living in North Carolina and having spent much time in Black Mountain, this was of particular intererst. It really makes you think. We have disasters here often but never thought it would or could be that bad. It really could be that bad. A must read.
A friend read this book and suggested it to me. After listening to it, I sure hope the author is wrong! I found myself sitting in the driveway, after I would get home, to continue listening to it. I guess that's the audio book equivalent to "couldn't put the book down". Since the story was set near Asheville, NC, my hometown, I also related to many of the landmarks he mentioned. The story is a stark reality check to how dependent we, as a society, have become to high tech gadgetry and electronics. After reading this, I want to start stockpiling supplies and food, learn how to garden and restore a pre-1980's car...just in case!