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A cyber-attack has destroyed 80 percent of America’s electrical grid leaving hundreds of millions of people in the dark with no infrastructure and no running water. Martial law has been declared, and it has been rumored that Russian troops are assisting with security and continuity of government operations. Terrorists have blown the hydroelectric Dams surrounding a prepper festival stranding the campers on an island with no chance of escape other than using their own wits and ingenuity. Food is almost nonexistent for these cast away survivors in Book Two of the A prepper Is Cast Adrift series and desperate times call for desperate measures.

Enjoy a prepper fiction post-apocalyptic tale of intrigue and suspense sprinkled with southern country humor and zany characters.

©2014 Ron Foster (P)2014 Ron Foster

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The last half of the book wore me out waiting for something to happen. Don't think I'll be following this series any further. Other wise the story was ok, a lot of instruction though and the rest wasted far too much time with chit-chat between characters for my taste.

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  • Montgomery, Alabama United States
  • 10-01-14

Hilarious survival story

This apocalyptic story is just plain funny and the narrator really pulls off the southern characters accents. I loved Bertha and Clem`s voices and antics! Survivalism with a smile, a good prepper fiction book to learn tips and tricks while being entertained.