The Long Road Home: A Solar Storm Novel

· Marcus Richardson
8 reviews

About this ebook

When the power shuts off, how long will it take for everything to fall apart?

Lukas Calloway was a loner—and happy about it. He doesn’t like crowds and while he’d do anything for his family, he loves living by himself.

But when a massive coronal mass ejection destroys earth’s power grids and plunges mankind into the 1800s, Lukas is forced to choose: help others or go it alone. Either way, he has to reach his family and fulfill a vow to his brother, stuck on the other side of the world. Lukas will do anything to protect his family but with the world falling apart around him, will he survive the journey? Will mankind survive the storm?

The Long Road Home is a stand alone novel set in the Solar Storm universe. It takes place in the early stages of the CME crisis depicted in the Solar Storm books 1-5.

8 reviews

About the author

Marcus earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware and three years later, graduated from Delaware Law School. Since then, he has at times been employed (or not) as: a stock boy, a cashier, a department manager at a home furnishing store, an assistant manager at and arts and crafts store, an unemployed handyman, husband, cook, groundskeeper, spider killer extraordinaire, writer, and stay at home dad.

A writer post-apocalyptic thrillers full of high-octane action and lots of military hardware, Marcus also writes some stories from the average Joe’s perspective. His gritty, post-apocalyptic Future History of America Series is popular, but not for the faint of heart. He has also written and continues to write books in the Wildfire Saga, which are also available as audiobooks. His third series is titled Solar Storm and is the story of one man’s efforts to save his family after a global grid down event.

For a free sample, check out Apache Dawn, the first book in the Wildfire Saga, or Solar Storm: Book 1. Both are available at all major ebook retailers for FREE.

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