TEOTWAWK – The end of the world as we know it

World War III is not a matter of if; it is a matter of when. The effects of an EMP attack as described in this EMP series are real and depict what to expect when the terrorist organization Al Qaeda, ISIS, a radical religious group, or a rogue nation such as North Korea or Iran hits the United States with an EMP device aboard a freighter arriving in a major city. No one talks about the consequences of such an attack because they are so horrific.

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EMP – Nuclear Winter, book 1 in the EMP series brings to life what to expect. The book is fiction only because in real life the next world war has yet to occur. A frenzy of nuclear bomb exchanges occurs a few days after the EMP attack, releasing nuclear fallout that creates a nuclear winter environment that worsens the hopes of survival, humans, and animals alike. A group of survivors is sheltered in a technological environment inside Yucca Mountain, originally intended to store nuclear waste, to ensure their survival on a planet that in the time-span of one-second reentered the Stone Age. Outside their shelter, survivors fight for water and food that within the year results in the death of 90% of the people on earth. The EMP series realistically depicts the life of the survivors living underground in the aftermath of an EMP and nuclear attack that destroys electronic devices and the electric power grids over much of the world. EMP – Nuclear Winter is the 1st book in the EMP series. It follows a true to life account of what the world can expect if and when terrorists or a rogue nation uses an EMP, Electromagnetic Pulse or nuclear device upon civilization. The story follows the life of a group of survivors sheltered inside the aborted Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository at Jackass Flats, Nevada. EMP depicts the end of the world as we know it. It takes the reader through the attack and realistically addresses logistics, security, survivor selection, social, cultural, education, and other issues required to prepare a society capable of rebuilding a nation devoid of the technology they once depended on. Warning!! The story is brutal.

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Four years have passed since the EMP attack and the nuclear bombs that followed. For the first time, the survivors are able to come out of the Yucca Mountain underground complex initially constructed to store nuclear waste. They find themselves under the surveillance of Islamic activists of the Islamic Brotherhood who survived in Central America. The Brotherhood is moving into Nevada to take control of the Hoover Dam, which gives the Brotherhood control of the Colorado River and the electricity it generates for the western United States. Both the Brotherhood and the survivors in the mountain realize the jet stream is returning the fallout of the nuclear winter back to the region. Both must secure food and supplies to carry them through the return of the fallout. The survivors in the mountain repel attacks on the mountain by the Brotherhood and enter the next phase of nuclear winter prepared to battle the Islamic Brotherhood and drive them from the region. The mountain survivors establish a meteorology station capable of monitoring the weather fronts still carrying fallout from the bombs. The fickle weather controls their stay outside the mountain. Colonel Bradley realizes the need for intelligence on what awaits them outside the mountain. He forms a nerd squad to seek surviving weather satellites and satellites still active in other parts of the world. He and some of the others suspect one of the Homeland Securities of being an Islamic mole. Their suspicions are proven true when the mole detonates a bomb inside the mountain that takes many lives. The mountain uses a secret weapon from Area 51 to protect the mountain.

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EMP_Nuclear_Summer_9-15-15Book Three continues to realistically depict life post World War III. After four years, the EMP and nuclear winter survivors finally emerge from their underground shelter with expectations of resuming life free of the restrictions imposed by martial law. They also expect a continuation of their battle with Islamic Jihadists commenced shortly before the return of nuclear winter. The main body of survivors relocates to Nellis AFB to begin rebuilding a society. Colonel Bradley and a select group of the military remaining at the mountain to protect the technology archived there and to protect the ranchers and farmers remaining there with the livestock. The Islamic Brotherhood reappears to take control of Hoover Dam for its electrical production needed to support an Islamic state in neighboring Arizona. Sammie Bronson leads the survivors in battle again to deny the Islamic Brotherhood a foothold at the dam. The hardships continue with the survivors are again driven into shelters from El Nino winds carrying radiation carried aloft by the fire storms raging on the West Coast. The nuclear winter returns early, but not before the outpost at the mountain and base camp at Nellis AFB establishes visual communication. Colonel Barlow encounters unexpected opposition from survivors opposing the establishing of local governments that requires many to find new occupations essential to the continued survival of the group. The Yucca Mountain survivors realize many living in third world countries escaped the EMP attacks and are migrating to the southern states to start a new life. Four years of struggling to survive has produced a society with no qualms about taking what they want. Colonel Bradley prepares for when these migrating masses learn about what is in the mountain. A fast-moving storm carrying lethal radiation levels takes a heavy toll on the mountain survivors.

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