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America, once a thriving and prosperous nation, now an empty decaying wasteland - everything changed in the blink of an eye. In Grid Down Reality Bites, a high-altitude nuclear blast causing an EMP (electrical magnetic pulse) destroys the power grid, catapulting life as they knew it, back to the 1800's. The saga continues in Grid Down Perceptions of Reality (volume 2, part 2), A small band of survivors desperately struggle to survive the chaos that ensues. Now a postapocalyptic world, they must rely on their primal instincts to escape destruction, disease and death. In this book, the story of Grid Down continues, following Clint and Junior with their small band of survivors. When we last left Clint and Junior, both were suffering gunshot wounds while trying to escape after an attack on a group of Rainbow Warriors.
©2014 Bruce Hemming (P)2014 Bruce Hemming
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3 out of 5 stars
By Paul on 05-05-15

Why have a little girl narrate the story.

Narration is a joke, story is thin as it is but having a kid narrate it only makes it more unbelievable.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Randy on 17-06-15

At times painful to listen to the reader

Same slow storyline with bits of prepper info from a doomsday book every so often. I listened to the other books hoping the author would improve but not yet. The "buckshot" missed the target again.

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