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This book dealt with the prepping bit and with the building up of characters' story lines and laid the foundation for future volumes that will I assume cover the next steps in the fall and attempted recovery of the human race.
I liked getting to know where the characters have come from and something of who they are, rather than just discover them as the world falls apart.
I look forward to the next book
This book is annoying. It has some reasonable characters and a reasonable disaster premise but has something missing - the post apocalypse bit! This is a book about prepping, not the actual survivor bit - which is a shame as that was the bit I most wanted to read. The main prepper character, after spending years of careful planning, stock piling, building, training, etc. lasts less than one day after the power goes out. That was pretty pointless.
Also the American train of thought about the collapse of society seems to be restricted in scope. Instead of building a robust citadel stocked for two years on the fringes of civilisation, why not prepare to move to a place that is currently low tech like the tribal Amazon forest or any of the aboriginal areas of the world? Not an immediate solution but the stay put idea wouldn't work. We also know too much to revert to the stone age in just two generations. Even Americans must acknowledge civilisations existed between the stone age and electricity and the most obvious path is something similar to medieval community.
I read through this at a fair pace but I wouldn't buy any sequel.
The scary thing is that our governments know this but we all bimble along, hoping for the best, taking no precautions against it. This is no silly story of flesh eating zombies, this is real - please read it, you won't be disappointed and to be forewarned is to be forearmed, as the saying goes! Can't wait for the sequal.
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Been so long since i read it can't remember but did not have any adverse reaction when i saw the title.
I do remember the bad ones, So reckon this could be good. Read more
thought provoking and well written. good, solid story but somewhat spoiled by some dodgy grammar and alternative spellings. let me proof read for your next novel! karenPublished on 31 May 2014 by karen hill
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