Curtain Fall

Curtain Fall : Second Edition, Disaster, Preparedness, Survival, Awakening

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A troubling, prophetic dream plagues retired army officer John Anderson, encouraging him to prepare for an unknown disaster. When he hears of seismic activity in Yellowstone National Park, John realizes what's coming: the Yellowstone Caldera is about to erupt. In the hectic days before the eruption, John tries to warn family and friends with varying success. Although he convinces his wife and children, others dismiss him as a nut-job survivalist. In preparation for the disaster, John lays in food and other supplies as he struggles to understand dreams that prompt him to action. Written by disaster preparedness consultant Kenneth Cary, "Curtain Fall "is a realistic, day-by-day portrayal of how to prepare for and survive a major disaster. The last time the Yellowstone Caldera erupted, thousands of square miles were covered with volcanic rocks and ash, devastating what is now Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Will you be ready when the curtain falls?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 336 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.3mm | 571.52g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507696671
  • 9781507696675

About Kenneth Cary

Kenneth Cary is a decorated army officer who served at home and abroad for twenty-two years. His experience in troubled regions gave him valuable insight into how people react to survival situations. Now a private disaster preparedness consultant, Kenneth impresses the importance of personal and family preparedness. In doing so, he realized the best way to communicate the need for preparation was through narrative. A fan of post-apocalyptic disaster fiction, Ken has read almost everything the genre has to offer, but his decision to write "Curtain Fall "grew out of his private consultations. He hopes his experience and knowledge will help more people prepare for and survive major disasters, both natural and man-made.show more

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