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Free Falling When David and Sarah Woodson take a much needed vacation with their ten year old son, John, their intention is to find a relaxing, remote spot to take a break from the artificial stimulation of their busy world back in Jacksonville, Florida What happens within hours of settling in to their rural, rustic little cottage in a far flung spot on the coast of Ireland is an international incident that leaves the family stranded and dependent on themselves for their survival Facing starvation, as well as looters and opportunists, they learn the hard way the important things in life Can a family skilled only in modern day suburbia and corporate workplaces learn to survive when the world is flung back a hundred years When there is no internet, no telephones, no electricity and no cars And when every person near them is desperate to survive at any cost

10 thoughts on “Free Falling

  1. Paul Paul says:

    The Beverley Hillbillies, Only In Reverse From the simplistic language and the uncomplicated plot, I deduced this was aimed at the Young Adult market or Adult Numbskulls like me That said, it s pretty dark and depressing, and doesn t

  2. Jenny Franklin Jenny Franklin says:

    I was given a free ebook Fear of Falling to review by Susan Kiernan Lewis It was a quick read I was easily drawn into the story With a daughter and husband of my own, I was continually thinking how we would survive in a situation like

  3. Autumn Autumn says:

    This book is currently a freebie onThe cover caught my attention when I was looking for some TEOTWAWKI fiction On the cover, it claims to be a The Kindle Book Reviews Best Indie Books of 2012 Semi Finalist I knew there was going to be t

  4. Courtney Courtney says:

    Only a couple of chapters in and I m already laughing at how poorly written this book is I am constantly having to stop to determine which person or animal her that is, the author s pronouns refer to The actions of the characters are not

  5. Robin Smith Robin Smith says:

    My first apocalypse novel of the coronavirus pandemic Overall, the story and flow are solid with the main characters not going all Walking Dead on you i.e., acting incredibly stupid The premise, however, while initially quite believable n

  6. Renee Renee says:

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion I was pleasantly surprised by this book I didn t know what to expect when I started reading it because I tend not to read ok, maybe remember wou

  7. Maureen Maureen says:

    The author was kind enough to give me a copy of the ebook, so before I even had a Kindle, I started reading it on my computer And then I stopped at 61%, and never took it up again forthan a year My bad, not fair to the author This is really

  8. Wyatt Wyatt says:

    Personal response I think Susan Lewis demonstrates high creativity in Free Falling I enjoyed the large amounts of mysteries that are presented throughout the book One way Lewis shows her creativity in Free Falling is through the mystery of t

  9. Lise Lise says:

    April 2nd Review to follow need time to process April 4th Foregoing the usual synopsis to get to the heart of the matter how on Earth did Susan Kiernan Lewis so accurately predict the future With the pandemic going on in the world, this was a

  10. Eduardo Barraza Eduardo Barraza says:

    I got this book thinking I wasn t going to like it but that I was going to give it a try anyways and the story ended up catching me entirely to the point that I know wish to learn things that could help me live without the regular commodities

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