How could this post apocalyptic tale of driving to a disaster get any worse? After a mega hurricane impact and an existing major pandemic threatens the Gulf States, it looks like it will shut humanity down in the good old U.S.A. The author adds the impending doom of governmental martial law imposed, societal collapse based on economic and food riots and the hero is not home yet as an oil spill makes its presence known. Book two of this trilogy paints a foreboding fictional picture of a possible and all too likely true scenario of a "what if" Armageddon. Do what? Do more Preps? Maybe we don't and die.
©2011- Ron Foster (P)2013 Patricia Lambert
This post apocalyptic adventure was good because it gave you a behind the scenes look at how a first responder views such an event. There were lots of little tid bits of information and subtle warnings about just what might be planned by government to control the population. I like to visualize once again how I would handle such an event.
The hero of the story of course. His devil may care attitude of going once again into the breach with humor and compassion was inspiring.
Every narrator brings a bit of himself to a story and if they like the material they can bring in thier own excitement which guides the reader.
Oh yes, I didnt want it to end. I hope the author carries on with more insight into what happens to the United States and himself after all this chaos.
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