One Second After by William R. Forstchen
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This was both realistic and terribly horrifying. Basically, it's time to start accumulating canned foods, medicines, guns, and bullets for the end of days. Good luck, y'all.
This author is very pro-history, pro-military, pro-militia, and pro-infrastructure preparedness. He makes an extremely convincing case for all these.
Read this! And if we get hit by an electromagnetic pulse apocalypse please share some of your food with me because I told you about the book.
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