The Day the World Changed

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It was a day like any other. The sky was blue, the breeze was cool and the sun was warm. How was Hamilton Davis to know that it would be the end of the world as he knew it. Mankind, in its infinite wisdom, had been trying to create technology that would make life easier; but in reality, technology had been twisted into something evil that would relegate humankind into a dismal, dangerous situation where only the best prepared or the very lucky would survive. Life would never be the same for those that survived. It would be generations before a recovery could result, if ever!

EMP was a word that Hamilton, or Ham as his friend called him, had heard, but it never had any real meaning for him. Now, he was confronted with the reality of it, and only his background as a member of Special Forces (Green Beret) and an expert at survival would allow him to survive. It would be a bleak existence, but life is precious and Ham, like most, had the desire to live and he would claw his way back into some semblance of a normal life.

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