After 99.9% of the earth’s population – and apparently, all the adults – dies in just under a month, the remaining teens and children are left confused, scattered, and dangerously unsupervised. A tech-savvy latchkey kid, an abused arsonist, and a girl who slept through the apocalypse must battle the elements, wild animals, and roving bands of feral children in order to reach their refuge. Deep in Oklahoma lies the small college town of Nowhere; there, a mysterious old man broadcasts to them via the college radio station, beckoning them to safety.
Radio Nowhere is a sci-fi thriller about a very real threat of a Pandemic.
I’m really loving this story. It’s very captivating and I’m rating it high as a must-read for those who love apocalyptic stories. I read mine on my smartphone on a kindle app.
To me, the story moved me. A Pandemic starts slowly, and we never know where or when it will hit. We follow different people and really get to know them. Each one is touched differently by the events that are unfolding.
Really loving this one. There were a few small formatting issues, nothing too major, but like I said, I was reading it on my phone. I’m sure the author will fix any of those piddly formatting issues but it was still very readable on my smartphone.
The author wrote it in Omni and really pulled it off well. It’s one of the best Omni pov that I’ve seen in a while and I’ve seen a few and threw them away. This one is a keeper.
The events unfold in an alternate view by different MC’s and we see how their lives are touched and how they die during a short period.
This one ends on a cliff-hanger, and I’m looking forward to the rest.
Fast-paced, there is never a dull moment. Truly one to have handy on a rainy afternoon.
Just loving it. 4.7 Stars!
I really must take a moment to apologize to the author for being late on my review. Events snuck up on me, and I’m a day late, but boy, this one was worth the wait.