Grid Down Perceptions of Reality Vol 2 Book 1: Vol 2, Book 1

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb 7, 2013 - Dystopias - 260 pages
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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 1), as Amy, Preston, Michael, Joe, and Jane desperately struggle to survive the chaos that ensues. Now a post-apocalyptic world, they must rely on their primal instincts to escape destruction, disease and death. In response to readers, Grid Down Perception of Reality, is being released as a 3 part series. Part 2, which continues the story of Mark and Eric, is scheduled for release July of 2013. Part 3, scheduled for release December 2013, completes the series of Volume 2, with Clint and Junior. New updated book March 31st Professional Edited by Dr. Marian. 280 pages

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About the author (2013)

The author, Bruce Hemming has been teaching survival trapping and snaring courses all across the U.S for the past 14 years. A native of Michigan and retired military veteran, Bruce has over 40 years' experience in the outdoors. He grew up hunting with bows, rifles, and muzzleloaders, as well as fishing and trapping. His vast experience in the outdoors includes hunting and trapping in the extreme environments of Alaska, and the brutal cold of the North Dakota Plains. The first book of this series, Grid Down Reality Bites, was on Amazons Best Seller Survival Fiction list for 8 months. Readers from around the world praised Grid Down Reality Bites for providing real-life survival information through the captivating story of three groups of people struggling to survive the aftermath of an EMP.

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