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Thursday, July 17, 2014

The Nuclear Catastrophe (a fiction novel of survival)

The Nuclear Catastrophe (a fiction novel of survival) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

 It's a beautiful sunny day in Southern California. Ben Harrington is arriving at work where he is project manager at a local nuclear power plant. He and his pregnant wife, Sara, live nearby. All is well until the unexpected happens. Suddenly the plant starts to roll and shake. What could NEVER happen.....does happen.

From there the plant workers, the people living in surrounding areas, and those in adjacent cities all have to make decisions – stay with their homes, their families, their security. Or flee – if they can. All choices have have both good and bad consequences. All choices affect the character's lives both immediately and for a long time thereafter.

This fictional story brings home the reality of what would or could happen. No one can be so arrogant as to believe it might NEVER happen. History has shown us time after time that......what can go wrong....will go wrong. What would YOU do? Your answers may be different after reading this novel.

As of January, 2011, there are 442 nuclear power plants operating or under construction in the world. The United States has 104 of these plants, France has 58, and Japan has 54


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