by Sharon K. Grosh
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Pub Date 30 Apr 2020 | Archive Date 30 Jul 2020
As nuclear bombing pulverizes everything on the surface, find out how five individual's experience catastrophe in tunnels below the surface. This book walks, then runs, moment to moment, starting with a typical day in five lives through a global catastrophic event. Imagine if every decision you make at the start of your day would have far-reaching consequences.
Luming is unsure about his comfortable life. Jane, a dealmaker, has a quirky hobby of preparing for catastrophes. Dan, an off-beat corporate executive facing retirement. Lois, postgraduate in Mandarin and statistics, creates algorithms around spiderweb designs. The final character is a corporate attorney, Michael.
The story clearly describes the impact of multiple nuclear bombs on individuals and the steps they take, the information they process, and the moral dilemmas that are created from being alive. This book presents a unique perspective into corporate America and underground marijuana growers and seed-savers.
A Note From the Publisher
Sharon lives in Afton, Minnesota and divides her time between writing, sumi-e painting, teaching Mindful Self-Compassion to teens and creating Indigo-Shibori fabric wall hangings. She is a member of the Art Retreat Tamarindo and AllWriters' Workplace and Workshop.
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