The Forever Man - Book 1: Pulse
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The Forever Man - Book 1: Pulse

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The Forever Man - Book 1: Pulse, by Craig Zerf, read by Michael Neeb.

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The first pulse occurred in the old calendar year of 2022. A sequence of gigantic solar flares created a series of massive electromagnetic pulses that stopped the heart of our modern world and returned us to the DARK AGES. Tens of thousands died within the first few hours as airplanes fell from the skies, hospitals ceased to work and every form of modern transportation ground to a halt. Within days the death toll had reached the hundreds of thousands. Fires raged unchecked through the cities, water supplies ran out and survivors turn on each other as mob rule surpassed all else. And Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Nathaniel Hogan finds that he has been changed by the huge amounts of Gamma radiation in the solar flares. They have enhanced his natural abilities, giving him increased speed, strength and healing. Indefinitely extended his life span and enabling him to be able to draw on the power of the solar flares to create magik. Making him – The Forever Man.  But even The Forever Man was not prepared for what happened next.


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By on  20 Jan. 2021 (The Forever Man - Book 1: Pulse) :

A must read!

The first in a series, this book really gets you hooked from the start with its full prose but almost graphic novel qualities. Mixing a realistic feeling apocalypse with other worldly aspects, the story is one that will appeal to a variety of readers. Whilst great as a stand alone story, the book has you wanting to find out more about the characters, all wonderfully intricate and marvellously flawed, as well as leaving you wanting to find out what happens next. This, the first tale, dips gently into the other, fantasy dimension, dealing, on the whole, with the tragic consequences of life without power and gadgets. It deals with how society breaks downs and with individuals wanting to try to make a new, different life. Sometimes gentle, sometime brutal but always unputdownable, this is a brilliant first installment of what I hope will be a long running series. I hope someone makes this into a TV series. Definitely recommended.

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