Monday, March 29, 2010

Prepare: SHTF Fiction - Remnant

Unless you have been under a rock the past three or four years, you probably have heard of or read Tom Sherry's stories, Deep Winter and Shatter. 

Shatter (Deep Winter)

Synopsis: Present day Spokane, Washington. Typical American family, the Drummonds, are awoken in the middle of the night as a massive earthquake tosses them out of bed and badly damages their home. In the days that follow, the Drummonds are forced to depend upon dad, Rick and his emergency preparedeness mindset honed over the years. Not only is their home damaged, but the related seismic activity sends ripples across the United States and world economy. Over the course of one year we watch as the world unravels and one family, their community and the world hangs on by their fingernails. Is it the end of civilization or the beginning of a new era? Only time will tell.

Good news for fans of Deep Winter and Shatter, Remnamt, the third story in the arc is now available online. Like the others, which recently were only available for purchase, but were originally published in installments online, Remnant is being published in blog format by Sherry.

Nearly forty chapters are available here on the blog. You will find yourself reading the whole thing at one sitting, so don't click that link until you get home, have a handy beverage nearby and no distractions. It's a great read.

Go read over the first chapters and find out what happened after the air plane crash cliffhanger from Shatter. You will not be disappointed.

And now, Tom has a new online novel related to the Deep Winter triology, Distance, which follows another character in Chicago as he deals with the Domino disaster.

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