Framing the Dialogue

One Year After

An EMP, actually several, are exploded over the United States, ending “civilization” within on second.  In his first novel, One Second After, William Forstchen gave us a glimpse of what that might look like in a small North Carolina town.  Now in One Year After, we get to see what is happening one year later in the same town.  We see society start to reemerge, but not all things happening are progress.  There is a “central” government, but are they for the people.  The folks in Black Mountain have a lot to do to continue to maintain their quest toward returning to normalcy.

This is another home run!  I’m looking forward to the final edition.

 

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