Nemesis: Inception is the first book in the Nemesis trilogy.
"The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." -Mark Twain
Lexi was an exceptional woman living an average life. Marred by the pain of a neglectful mother and the early death of her father, she could only find solace in shallow friendships and arm's length relationships. The one person she loved and trusted was her younger sister, Carey, but even their relationship was strained.
With no purpose and aimlessly wandering from job to job, she was on a path that would lead nowhere.
Then the lights went out and life changed - for everyone.
In the early morning, a spectacular attack against the United States was carried out. It was the fulfillment of a grand conspiracy that would leave millions dead and many more millions on a trajectory toward a fate worse than death. The super-EMP would destroy the power grid and leave most electrical devices useless.
With the infrastructure devastated and the government incapacitated, Lexi would find her purpose, but the cost would be greater than she could have ever imagined.
©2015 G. Michael Hopf (P)2015 G. Michael Hopf
So this book wasnt what I was expecting. For some reason I missed that this book is a side story on a female character from this Author's main book series (The Long Road: A Post Apocalyptic Novel). I thought it was a totally different novel based on an EMP stike. But the female narrator is a good choice for this particular book, refreshing to listen to.
Ok I love the series but this is ridiculous. This is the second "book" I have purchased that is nothing other than a repeat of what is in the series. The only way this one differs is that it tells of the EXACT same story but from a different characters point of view. Why would I spend a credit on this?
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