What do you do when the whole world... stops? When an electromagnetic pulse hits the earth and everything stops working, nothing will ever be the same. No TV, no internet, no cell phones, not even a stinking working car. Who would have thought this could happen in the USA? To outsiders, Andrea Patterson has the American dream house and family. But when the unthinkable happens, the dream looks more like a nightmare - one from which she and her family may not wake up alive. Lexie Martin's homesteading family has never been cool like Andrea's, but they've been prepping for disaster for years. For them, the world didn't stop; it just slowed down. The one thing they didn't prepare for? A desperate school bus driver who will stop at nothing to get what they've got.
Sarah Weaver, friend of Andrea and Lexie, lives on the top floor of a ten-story apartment building. When things went black, she thought it could be romantic, like in the time of Jane Austen. She was wrong. Has the world collapsed forever? Who will survive when technology fails? Told in journal-style prose by three 16 year old girls, Pulse takes listeners into a chilling possible future for Americans while hitting right in the gut with frightening detail. Andrea, Lexie and Sarah bare heart and soul as they share what they encounter after the pulse. As even the U.S. government is concerned about the possibility of a catastrophic EMP, this book is not only timely but compelling.
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hoping this never happens in my lifetime
- GigiD. "Say something about yourself!"
THANK YOU JESUS, PRAISE THE LORD!!!!!
Seriously? 4.3 hours of this novel is bible thumping filler but the rest is a GOOD read. PLEASE...bleep the bad words, I get it; make Moral choices, I get it. But enough of the feckin' Bible Thumping!!!! This cost me a credit, I should have just dropped a $20 in the offerings bowl.
Not too likely; just TRY to be a little more subtle.... huh?
Narrators didn't raise my hair, and I honestly didn't think about them much; which by my standards, is how it should be. Good job.
Jesus. Just sayi'n.
Not really; just ya'll Christians sendin me to hell should know I'm Buddhist.