Most people run from disasters, but for people like Jake, it's your job to get to one as fast as you can. As a prepper he does not want to take the risk; as an emergency manager it's his duty. And this time he is not so sure he wants to perform that duty, whether it's his job or not.
A major global pandemic is going on and a major hurricane has just hit the Gulf Coast. To make matters worse, the government is forcing the evacuees back to the storm-stricken cities or placing them in isolation and quarantine. Jake's chances of helping others or becoming a casualty himself have just taken a turn for the worse as the U.S. declares martial law for a storm-ravaged coast.
Follow this adventure story of bad government policy and impending apocalypse. How could this post-apocalyptic tale of "driving to a disaster" get any worse? After a mega hurricane and a major pandemic threatens the Gulf States, it looks like events will shut humanity down in the good old U.S.A.. The author adds to the impending sense of doom when martial law is imposed and society collapses because of economic and food riots. And the hero is not home yet as an oil spill takes place.
This book paints a foreboding fictional picture of a possible and all-too-likely true scenario: a "what if" Armageddon. What do we do? How do we prepare? Stock more Preps, buy more ammo? Maybe we don't prepare and we just die.
This is a fun story that uses humor and prepper wisdom to examine a truly horrifying event. I like how the author uses professional insights of disaster response to add to the storyline.