Lights Out

A solar flare blasts earth destroying the power grids and knocking out communication satellites. Modern conveniences are gone. Chaos erupts around the world.

Lights Out follows a small group of people through the nightmare that their lives have become. With no electricity, no running water, and no help what will they do?

Will they survive? Would you survive? A glimpse at our possible future.

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About Treva Turpin

I was born and raised in Bloomington, IN. I moved to Vernon, FL. in 2000 with my husband, two daughters, one son-in-law, and two grandsons. Over the years we have added another son-in-law, three granddaughters, two of which are twins, one granddaughter-in-law, and one great granddaughter.

Unfortunately I lost my husband of almost 43 years on May 4, 2016. I have always wanted to be a writer and he was my biggest supporter. My last book Project: Wormwood was his favorite. I hope you like it as much as he did.

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jessica lynch reviewed on Aug. 11, 2015
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I fell in love with all the characters right away i feel like i know them I read on average about 1 book every 24 hours I couldn't put it down it was an amazing journey I'm actually going to miss that it's over but I just wanted to thank you.for.that ending ♡
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
Art Burton reviewed on Dec. 17, 2013
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I liked the concept of the book and the way the characters developed. The pace was good and it kept me turning pages.
Grammar in fiction sometimes dodges the rules, but there are some that should be followed, For example when a new character speaks, it should be a new paragraph. In Lights Out, there would sometimes be three speakers in one paragraph. This slowed down the flow of the book because you often had to reread the paragraph to see who said what.
The other violations I could live with, but an editor would not be so generous.
The characters internal conflicts, which make up a major part of the story, got a little tedious by the time they got to the college.
Anyway, a good story that held my attention to the end.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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