One Second After

I’ve had a number of these run through the house, but finally read One Second After by William Forstchen. Interesting, depressing, and a little scary. Starts to make me wonder if I’m prepared for an EMP (the answer is no, of course) and how I could do better. Probably limited options are available – so I’ll now live with one more thing to wonder/worry about.

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