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    In a night of devastating terror, ISIS operatives have unleashed a coordinated attack on America's infrastructure. Life as we know it in America grinds to a halt as the electrical grid collapses, communication networks are damaged, critical bridges and dams are destroyed, and major fuel refineries go up in massive fiery clouds. When the government responds by immediately halting fuel sales to the public, Jim Powell finds himself in a terrifying predicament - trapped five hundred miles from home with a group of coworkers.

    With thousands of trapped travelers and scarce law enforcement, the miles between Jim and his family become a brutal gauntlet where the rules of civilized society no longer apply. As Jim puts his years of preparation and planning to the test, he is forced to ask himself if he has what it takes to make it home. Does he have the strength - the brutality - required to meet this new world toe-to-toe?

    ©2015 Franklin Horton (P)2015 Franklin Horton

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    Ultra realistic and very detailed.

    The whole series is great. I also heard "The Mad Mick" and it's equally enjoyable but I suggest "The borrowed World" first for context.
    This series shows very detailed how a society could fall and points out many dangerous weak spots. Then the author goes into even more detail explaining how to prepare and survive. Throughout the series many scenarios are discussed and problems and possible solutions pointed out. Sometimes one could get too immersed and even feel the fear of the characters. The author sometimes explaines a scene in so many detail that a picture is drawn in the listeners head, just to see, understand and even feel the carnage the author then rains down on it.
    The works of Franklin Horton can be great joy if you are travelling or they can be a prepper 101 you work through. Whichever way you like.