I grew up with Ted Koppel on tv. My dad always watched Nightline and I remembered being oh, so bored! I hated politics then and still do today. It's in my genetic make-up. Genes that weren't passed down from my dad. Lights Out, however caught my attention. Not because of politics, but because it deals with a long-time threat to the US and lends to the apocalypse: Cyber Attacks!
Everyone knows what to do if the zombies attacked, but what if there were no zombies, but you still had to deal with no electronics, no water, no food and no electricity. Yeah, I know I named two items dealing with power but no electricity and no electronics are two totally different things. When your device dies, you normally go to electricity in your home or car... but what if they're dead too? This book not only deals with attacks on the power grids, Mr, Koppel also speaks on EMP's, no batteries, States of Emergency, and the worst of all... out of control people.
This book was interesting because it dealt with something I don't like: REALITY. The truths on human nature, what's prepares for such an issue and how we're definitely not ready. I would have rated this book 5/5 specs but I couldn't. Number one reason was because the book cover, though exact in the storyline, just didn't seem to grab me. The second reason was due to me thinking Mr, Koppel had written a fictional take on these issues. It wasn't. It was a news broadcast, just like my daddy's watching of Nightline. The only difference was, this one kept my attention. On to another book.📚
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
* The Hospital is next.
** Book provided by The Reading Room, for an honest review.
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