"The sheer depth of the series' undercurrents is what makes them so undeniably engaging; the novels aren't focused solely on the misadventures of one single enclave of humanity but on the plight society at large. It is about the repercussions of one's actions and the social issues that surround us in today's society: the omnipotent government, the financial system and the human capacity for violence." - Triplemreviews.com-
From the Author
The Perseid Collapse (340 pages) is the first book in The Perseid Collapse Series, unveiling the "event" that catapults the United States into chaos and chronicling the first 48 hours "post-event," as the characters navigate an unfamiliar, hostile landscape to reach their initial destinations. Little goes as planned along the way--as you can imagine. Event Horizon (320 pages) picks up where book one ends, completing their epic trek and unleashing a new threat on all of the characters in the series. In Point of Crisis (340 pages), this new threat escalates, forcing Alex Fletcher to reluctantly accept a new role in the recovering government. A role that might backfire, as he quickly learns that nothing is exactly as it seems in the post-event word.