By David C. Waldron
Within the wake of a sunlight occasion, the likes of which hasn't been noticeable given that 1859 whilst the peak of know-how was once the telegraph, the northern hemisphere is confronted with a brand new reality...a existence with out energy. grids of almost the total planet have shorted out because of anticipated, yet thoroughly unplanned for, sunspot job through the height of the present sun cycle.
Joel Taylor and his family members, in addition to a number of shut depended on buddies, need to make a decision how--and even if--they can live on of their suburban Nashville local as issues become worse inside an issue of days with out electrical energy. when they choose to strike out on their lonesome, the single query that is still is the place? throughout the fresh past army provider of Eric Tripp, one of many small team to depart the local, they're allowed to connect themselves to the neighborhood nationwide shield Unit till they come to a decision the place they're headed.
With the facility out, and no conversation with better authority, the defend is by itself and downtown Nashville is changing into a much less secure position to be. the total Armory, crew and all, relocates to Natchez hint kingdom Park to establish operations in the course of the crisis...however lengthy which may be.
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Dark Grid: When The Lights Go Out...Permanently. by David C. Waldron