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Book 3 of the Preppers Perspective series finds the survivors of a Nuclear EMP watching the world around them spin out of control. The grocery store shelves are empty with no resupply in sight. Societal breakdown and food riots are inevitable. The preppers have to now rely upon all their wisdom and supplies alone in order to survive possibly a few more days or meager months. Force multipliers in the form of state sponsored and radical terrorist acts, cyber warfare and the release of a militarized virulent strain of Smallpox accompany the attacks on the western world as the global economy and environment begin their death throes.

Can you prep to survive Armageddon; or is the final destiny of man already being written to conclusion?

©2012 Ron Foster (P)2013 Ron Foster

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Would you consider the audio edition of Empty Aisles and Hardened Hearts to be better than the print version?

I would say yes, the print version is a bit short for reading but the audio version is the perfect size and affordability. I like buying these smaller books for about the price of a movie ticket and a they are a perfect length for easy listening.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Empty Aisles and Hardened Hearts?

the wealth of prepper tricks and tips

Have you listened to any of Phil Williams’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No, this was a first. I enjoyed his narration though.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not anything extreme. The book leaves you with hope as we watch the survivors struggle in a post apocalyptic world.