The world went dark, but Mackenzie was one of the ones who had prepared for it. Not everyone is as fortunate. Prescription drugs are no longer available, and Mac’s best friend is a type 1 diabetic. She manages to find someone who can make insulin the old-fashioned way, but she still has to get it to him before it’s too late. That means leaving the safety of her hidden farm and travelling hundreds of miles to get there, without getting killed along the way. Meanwhile, her daughter is forced to contend with one disaster after another.
“She’s on a roll!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Maureen Mesicko
Right from “I killed your father…” Rain Stickland reaches out and draws you into Mackenzie and Cameron’s story. Strong characters; good story. An enjoyable read.
About the Author
Rain Stickland, though raised on a farm, has been writing since the age of twelve when the fever took hold and never truly dissipated. Despite two decades of interest in off-grid living, she was only recently introduced to the vast world of preppers. Her interest kicked up a few notches, however, during the Northeast Blackout in 2003, when the world went dark for millions of people, some for weeks.
Called the Canadian Tornado by friends, she’s written and published nearly 400 articles on a wide variety of topics, including everything from stem cell transplants to the care and feeding of cats, dogs, and ferrets. She lives with her daughter in Ontario, Canada. You can find out more at www.rainstickland.com.
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