Lights Out by David Crawford is a good book too. I read it a few years ago. It is set in Texas. A part that I particular found interesting was the whole process of the neighborhood organizing itself and of the fact of many friends and family of the residents coming there for refuge. It isn’t just a function of who you may have seek shelter on your property but also that of your neighbors if you live where urban refugees may seek safe haven.
I just finished Forstchen’s new book One Year After. Spoiler alert here but the manner in which it ends definitely requires a 3rd in the series. It is a very good read but not as riveting as One Second After. I am looking forward to the next in the series though and will definitely buy it.
I have Ted Koppel’s new book Lights Out on order.