EmP: Nuclear Winter

EmP: Nuclear Winter

by TD Barnes

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EmP: Nuclear Winter by TD Barnes

TEOTWAWK. "The end of the world as we know it" This ring true when a new US missile defense measure causes a nuclear-tipped Chinese rocket test to change course and target Beijing. In the heat of the moment, a Chinese missile officer triggers the release of an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) device in Earth orbit as part of the nation's deterrent to a pre-emptive attack. The incident triggers the release of nuclear weapons that brings the dreaded nuclear winter that circles the globe for four years. Ninety percent of the Earth's population will perish in the aftermath.
The EMP series realistically depicts the life of a group of survivors living underground in the wake of an EMP and nuclear attack that destroys electronic devices and the electric power grids over much of the world. The story follows the life of a group of survivors sheltered inside the unused Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository at Jackass Flats, Nevada. At the same time, book one of the EMP series depicts what to expect in such a dreadful event that could happen at the hands of a rogue nation. North Korea, Iran, or even terrorists can deliver such a device on board a ship or even a backpack from across the border of a targeted nation. It could be a matter of when rather than a matter of if. In any case, the desperate efforts to survive following such an attack will be brutal above all imagination.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044379428
Publisher: TD Barnes
Publication date: 03/10/2013
Series: EMP , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 291,003
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

TD Barnes DOB: January 25, 1937 Place of Birth: Dalhart, Texas Current Address: 468 Palegold St., Henderson, NV 89012 Phone: (702) 481-0568, Fax: 566-4168, e-mail: tdbarnes@me.com URLs: http://td-barnes.com/ http://area51specialprojects.com/ http://roadrunnersinternationale.com/ http://startelnevada.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThorntondBarnes Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThorntonDBarnes Blog: td-barnes.com/blog/ Smashwords Interview: https://www.smashwords.com/interview/area51sp Smashwords profile page: https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/area51sp Website: td-barnes. com LinkedIn: www. LinkedIn.com/profile/edit?trk=tab_pro Thornton D. “TD” Barnes, author and entrepreneur, grew up on a ranch at Dalhart, Texas. He graduated from Mountain View High School in Oklahoma and embarked on a ten-year military career. He served as an Army intelligence specialist in Korea and then continued his education while in the US Army, attending two and a half years of missile and radar electronics by day and college courses at night. Barnes deployed with the first combat Hawk missile battalion during the Soviet Iron Curtain threat before attending the Artillery Officer Candidate School, where an injury ended his military career. During his extensive professional career, Barnes was a field engineer at the NASA High Range in Nevada for the X-15, XB-70, lifting bodies and lunar landing vehicles; working on the NERVA project at Jackass Flats, Nevada. He was a member of a special projects team at Area 51 for the Central Intelligence Agency. Barnes later formed a family oil and gas exploration company, drilling and producing oil and gas and mining uranium and gold. Barnes is currently the CEO of Startel, Inc., a landowner, and is actively mining a quarry for landscape rock and gold in Nevada. He is the president of Roadrunners Internationale, an association of Area 51 veterans, and is the executive director of the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame. Two National Geographic Channel documentaries feature Barnes: Area 51 Declassified and CIA—Secrets of Area 51. Numerous documentaries on the History Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel and others also feature him. The Annie Jacobsen book Area 51 Declassified documents his career. Barnes lives in Henderson, Nevada.

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EmP: Nuclear Winter 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Decent story line, but damn, hire an editor. Numerous spelling/grammatical errors throughout the book. Would've read much better if it had been written in a causual tone as people actually speak. Seemed too forced and stiff.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
240 pages. Not really about life after an emp. More like life in a 5 mile cave ( for years) that was stocked by the military with 300 people. Not much about how the rest of us would have to deal with it and thats what i thought i was getting. Will i buy book two? Or three? Probably because i am a sucker to see how a story ends
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story.  Author is clearly knowledgeable, but he apparently didn't do every well in college English and/or  went to an editor who actually suffererd through an EMP event.  Mistakes on every page like "Hungary tiger" make this book annoyingly unreadable.  After 300 pages, I couldn't take it anymore.  Waste of money.  Read One Second After.  It's a phenominal book about an EMP event.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Outstanding book. It's clear the author has a deep understanding of psychology and an impressive knowledge about the potential effects of an EMP. I enjoyed the book and don't hesitate to recommend it...
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