A Ripple of Fear

A Ripple of Fear

by J.M. Northup

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Overview

It only takes a spark to ignite an inferno.



In a world where fears stem from catastrophes and terrorism, America faces its biggest challenge yet. Discord and apprehension are pushed to the extreme as ancient prophecies approach fruition.



The world Dakota lives in is becoming unrecognizable: doomsday preppers grow more prevalent while the government collapses. As tensions grow, so does the paranoia that drives the nation to a crossroads that will change history.



Dakota holds onto her hopes of a better tomorrow, but the thread of peace seems to unravel faster than it can be contained. What will become of her and the people she loves, when a spark ignites America into an inferno of fear?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781986308816
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/09/2018
Series: Fears of Dakota , #1
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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Scifiwriter More than 1 year ago
I sometimes like to go into books not knowing what to expect. And I'm glad I did with Ripple of Fear! The beginning of the book talks about survivalists and I thought maybe Dakota and her family might be facing something terrifying in the wilderness, until I realized that her and (our fears as a society) exist right on our streets. The author does a great job citing everything from solar flares to terrorist attacks to examine just what it's like to live in the 21st century. Everything good in Dakota's life seems to be a flickering candle in the wind and just how can a young girl about to enter into a relationship and career path keep a positive light with imminent disaster waiting around every corner? The reader will experience Dakota's fears and how the young woman deals with those around her who might be borderline doomsayers. The book also deals with the idea of survival preparation and if such a thing would ever keep us from harm during worldwide catastrophes. Should we just live in our moment, immersing ourselves in bliss? Or, should we strive to help others in times of need as a community, even when it seems most of the population turns selfish and hateful? Dakota's world becomes murkier as the book takes her through a year's time with a culmination of events that will excite, disturb and make us all question who will we choose to be when our notion of civilization is challenged. Recommended highly!