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Even though the possibility of war is all anyone talks about, Scott’s dad is the only one in the neighborhood who actually prepares for the worst, building a bomb shelter to protect his family and stocking it with enough supplies to keep them alive for two critical weeks. The neighbors scoff, but then, in the middle of the night in late October, the unthinkable happens. Suddenly 10 people are crammed into a shelter built for four. Ten people eating the food meant for four, breathing the air meant for four. Ten people struggling to survive - but what will await them when they eventually emerge?
Internationally best-selling author Todd Strasser has written his most impressive and personal novel to date, painstakingly yet sensitively exploring the terrifying what-ifs of one of the most explosive moments in history.
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By Robert Von Pearsall on 08-19-17
Fair story with childish narration
This book is fair at best. It is written to sound like Sandlot, but not as well written. The narration sounds very childish and corny, almost like a poorly animated kids cartoon. All of my problems with this book and audio are related to the immature feel surrounding such serious subject matter. Though I may be older than the target audience. This would likely be a very enjoyable story and narration for a 9 to 12 year old.
By Gary on 10-18-13
Memories - great memories
What made the experience of listening to Fallout the most enjoyable?
brought back so many memories of those days
What was one of the most memorable moments of Fallout?
Too many for just one - I had so many similar experiences growing up as the author - were we neighbors
Have you listened to any of Jeff Cummings’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
not or not yet
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I could easily have listened to it in one sitting
Any additional comments?
Highly recommended - especially to anyone born in the late 50's