Geostorm Book 5
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a violent windy storm.
Rain fell for months. Ice melted. Waters rose. Land masses disappeared.
“You'll be on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.” – Reader Review
“I find myself so emotionally involved in this series at times that I have to remind myself that this isn't actually occurring.” – Reader Review
A devastating EMP attack thrusts most of America into darkness, except for one state that has taken the steps to protect its power grid – Texas.
The Lone Star Series is a thought-provoking, gut-wrenching look into a post apocalyptic world devastated by nuclear destruction.
World War III is imminent and a new President faces terrible choices as she navigates the shark-infested waters of Washington, and the geopolitical complexities around the world.
From Washington to Austin to a ranch in West Texas, decisions are made to protect the lives of Americans, some of which are considered selfish, rather than for Americans’ survival.
I wrote the Lone Star series with the Foreword by Dr. Peter Pry, the Chief of Staff to the Congressional EMP Commission, in order to raise awareness of the EMP threat.
– Bobby Akart
Note: The Lone Star series does not contain strong language. It is intended to entertain and inform audiences of all ages, including teen and young adults.
LONE STAR TRIVIA
Red Rover, in Beyond Borders, was Bobby Akart’s vintage Land Rover that he nicknamed Red Rover.
The Miss Behavin’ reference in Texas Strong was a nod to his Boston Brahmin readers.
The title Suicide Six, was inspired by the name of a ski slope, during a visit to Woodstock, VT.
Captain Andrew E. Abbey in Axis of Evil was named after an actual vintage Navy chest that Bobby Akart bought from an antique store in TN. The chest belonged to Ensign A.E. Abbey.