What happens when fiction becomes reality?
Shane Wallace pens survivalist novels for a living, but he never dreamed he'd be living in a world that mirrors one of his stories. Vicious attacks up and down the East Coast have cost thousands of people their lives and driven even more from their homes to seek sanctuary. Shane, along with his pregnant wife and their teenage son, is forced to abandon the family's comfortable home and head to the wilderness to stay alive.
Forging a new life in a small hunting cabin on the shores of Lake Graffenfield, Shane struggles to keep his family safe and secure. His small family doesn't know if he will rise to the occasion but, using knowledge from his past written works, Shane is trying.
Seriously. Has the author ever been camping? He's a good storyteller but there's so many mistakes that it distracts from the story. For example, he asks what kind of camp stove gets hot enough to fry green tomatoes? He also mentions insulin as one if the drugs in their cache which without refrigeration is useless. And where is our world class military? We are invaded by a handful of dark skinned religious people? Huh?
Made it 10 minutes into the book, I'll be calling audible for refund in the next hour… The reader sounds like a 12-year-old kid talking to his buddies in a park. Unbelievable that anybody would let him read an entire book and then expect somebody to listen to it.