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Hi,

I agree with you, David Copperfield is the best!

So EMP books fall under Science fiction, Thriller, Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction. I find them on Amazon since my library only carries William R. Forschten book/audio.

An EMP destroys all non-shielded electronic devices (cell phones, refrigerators, generators, inverters, TVs, radios, cars, etc) and throws you back into the 1800s (shuts down power) and you have to survive by using your skills, mind, and instincts to stay alive. No food, clean drinking water, medicine, etc. and good people are forced to make choices they would otherwise never do in order to protect their family and survive. The world becomes a dangerous place when society falls into dismay.

The first series I read was the Irish End Game (12 books). From Amazon - "The first three books in the Irish End Game series take an average American family and puts them in the middle of a post-apocalyptic melt-down in a rural setting in Ireland. Free Falling shows the family "when the bomb drops" and how they're able to learn what they need to do to survive."


I prefer the non-zombie EMP books. James Hunt is another author I like. Hope this answers your question.
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