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As far as EMP survival books go, this one is pretty good. I still think people in these types of books go from kind citizen with electricity, to cold, trigger-happy killers way too fast. It feels rushed and unnatural. This book rushes it less than others EMP survival books like it, but it still feels rushed. I wish the authors focused on developing the pressure that causes people to change rather than just flip the light switch off and now everyone is a raging, ruthless killer. One scene had a family who were willing to execute a thirsty man in a hotel who woke up with a bad hangover rather than simply walk away with their bottle of water. It is those kind of moments that disappoint me the most. With that being said, the rest of the book was a bit more believable.