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As the world becomes more technologically advanced; it becomes more technologically dependent. This however, is its ‘Achilles heel’ so to speak. As this technology becomes increasingly complex and refined, it becomes more vulnerable to an EMP attack. When an individual country relies on such frail, delicate electronic systems to run the economy, industry and the military, it inevitably leaves itself open to its enemies. An EMP attack on such a country, for whatever political reason or religious doctrine would leave the whole infrastructure and capability of that society to run itself, in ruins.
This book is a scenario of what could happen in a microsecond, any time, any place, any where!

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Electro Magnetic Pulse
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September 14th, 2014
This book is not worth your time or energy which could be better spent watching paint dry. It is poorly written by an author with an apparently limited grasp of English grammar and spelling. This lack of the necessary basics for writing in the English language are compounded by the equally abysmal proof reader, if there was one, and a editor who apparently didn't care about what they paid for and printed. Insofar as 'post-apocalyptic' novels are concerned, there are many great novels out there, this just isn't one of them. Save your money
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December 28th, 2013
Short but precise to the point on how a society can be destroyed by the lack of one commodity like electricity.
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