By the most ludicrous of means, special ops soldier Clayton Sanders had a warning that something was going to happen to the world. Clay prepared for the worst, but just because you're well prepared doesn't mean everything is going to be okay. Clay has faced some of the worst humanity has to offer in all parts of the world, but now he is faced with something much worse than terrorists. His family.
Having returned home at great cost to himself, Clay has prepared his family as best he could in secret, but now that the crap has actually hit the fan, things aren't going as he had hoped. Having planned for his family to shelter in place at their farm and ride out the worst of the disaster, that plan goes completely haywire within days and doesn't get any better. Forced by his family's actions to abandon his initial plan, Clay and his friends must adapt quickly and make a new plan on the fly.
Faced with armed gangs and a leader who shocks them all, how will things play out for Clay and the others? Especially when his own family members can't seem to remember the plan and continuously make things hard on him and the rest?
I have enjoyed books one and two very much. The dive into the overlooked interpersonal challenges that would likely emerge in this environment was a fine touch of brilliant character development. This is a skill modern authors often lack ... This author does a fine job.