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A Tempest In Texas By Larry Landgraf,

  • Title: A Tempest In Texas
  • Author: Larry Landgraf
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A chilling account of how Lars Lindgren and Eileen Branson must face new challenges when all of humanity is forced into desperate survival mode when the grid shuts down, and government and the economy crumble True life characters in gravely realistic scenarios sure to make some people squeamish.
    A Tempest In Texas A chilling account of how Lars Lindgren and Eileen Branson must face new challenges when all of humanity is forced into desperate survival mode when the grid shuts down and government and the economy

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    1. If you are a fan of dystopians, apocalyptic thrillers and possible fans of the tv show Doomsday Preppers this book is for you The beginnings of Anarchy and possibly the end of the world is coming and the characters in this book have no choice, but to stay strong With all the drama, action, and conflict I think this story will make a great movie and Larry Landgraf did a great job writing it

    2. I read this book via an US KINDLE Unlimited download.How many times have we ve read a book and then later if it s fortunate gets made into a movie How many times when we do see the film version we re left wondering what s happened to the book we read What happens to the book is when authors sign away the film rights to their books, they ve given those involved with producing the film carte blanche as how it will in the end The root cause for the difference goes down to the all important screenpl [...]

    3. This is a suspenseful, apocalyptic survival tale, in the vein of stories such as On the Road and The Stand while somewhat reminiscent of Lord of the Flies, except that the characters are all adults There is a heavy survival theme Reading this in a screenplay format was different for me, but I picked it up because I was curious I could certainly see this being shown on screen The characters were believable, and the action really picked up toward the last third of the book, so much that I kept rea [...]

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