FREE EMP Survival Story
An EMP hits—would you have what it takes to survive?
To protect your family?
The Morris family has been prepping for years, so when an EMP hits and devastates their city, they’re ready to bug out to the safety of their lodge retreat. But with family members spread out, planes crashing down and a max security prison about to burst, they’re going to need all their prepper skills just to make it out the city alive…
NOTE: This is a gripping story, full of practical prepper information that would be invaluable in a SHTF situation—but it is also a realistic depiction, so be prepared for authentic flawed characters, tough situations and seeing the best & worst of humanity.
A brutal new Ice Age covers the Earth…
When an experiment to reverse climate change goes disastrously wrong, Jarred and his daughter Hope are forced to head south in search of warmth. This man-made eternal winter shows no signs of stopping, and with temperatures continuing to plummet, fears of a new ice age drive survivors into a panic.
Jarred and Hope don’t have the wilderness skills needed to survive this disaster. But when their car spins out of control, they’re forced to fend for themselves in the ruthless and unforgiving forest surrounding them. And as they journey through the snow-swept wilderness, they slowly discover they are not alone…
Survivalist Fiona knows how to deal with a harsh winter on her own, but this new world is deadly. She’s got a cabin stockpiled, and is all alone until she runs across Benjy, a forest ranger who’s ready to help, but has his own reasons for staying with her.
Civilization is crumbling. There’s no electricity. The cold is getting worse, and resources are scarce. To survive, Jarred and Hope will have to find allies they can trust, and push themselves harder than they ever imagined. Because even a moment’s weakness in this harsh icy wasteland can mean only one thing.
Freezing to death in the merciless cold…
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