One Second After

onesecondOne Second After
by William Forstchen Jr.
2009 / 345 pages (K.)
read by Joe Bennett
Rating 6 / contemp.  dystopian sci-fi

My son recommended this one to me (actually,  he gifted me with this and another book!  Yay!   )  And it’s time to take a break from my “heavier” reading – so …

A massive “nuclear electromagnetic pulse” creates a disturbance so great that electrical impulses end contemporary life as we know it – computer-operated devices,  electronic devices, other things on which society depends just quit. Nobody dies as a direct result but there is a lot of death due to dependence on electronics.   This shutoff might be in the middle of the freeway,  a medical infusion, a television show, whatever.  >>>>MORE>>>>

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