The Long Ride Home

Susan Gregersen

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The Long Ride Home

The Long Ride Home Pedaling her bicycle through the countryside mile after mile had been one of Sue s favorite ways to travel Despite the shaky conditions in the world she and a friend embark on a cross country bicyc

  • Title: The Long Ride Home
  • Author: Susan Gregersen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Pedaling her bicycle through the countryside, mile after mile, had been one of Sue s favorite ways to travel Despite the shaky conditions in the world, she and a friend embark on a cross country bicycle trip She s nearly two thousand miles from home when an EMP Electro magnetic pulse over the eastern third of the nation takes out the power grid and cripples transportatPedaling her bicycle through the countryside, mile after mile, had been one of Sue s favorite ways to travel Despite the shaky conditions in the world, she and a friend embark on a cross country bicycle trip She s nearly two thousand miles from home when an EMP Electro magnetic pulse over the eastern third of the nation takes out the power grid and cripples transportation She must get home Her husband, kids, and grandkids are back at their homestead in Montana Ride along with Sue on her harrowing and often dangerous journey from Mississippi to Montana across a country just realizing that the world as they knew it is gone In January 2013 the author pulled the book file to rewrite some sections in response to reader comments and suggestions, which made a good story even better This is the new version.

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    One thought on “The Long Ride Home

    1. Ellen Andromeda on said:

      This is a terrible book.Our main character (Sue, like the author. Or Mary Sue - google it) starts out in a campground outside Jackson, MS on a cross country biking trip with her friend. I don't remember the friend's name or if she had one, because Sue hears others complaining about the electricity and cars not starting, and quickly deduces there's been an EMP and she and her friend have to split up. Really now. It's the end of society as we know it, and your first action is to split up and go it [...]

    2. Jim Parish on said:

      As another reviewer, or two, wrote, the actions of the protagonist make little sense and strain my suspension of disbelief past the breaking point. I'll let their reviews take care of the details.What finally made me choose to not finish was the lack of attention (or lack of knowledge) to correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, and so on. Just a few examples from the first chapter and a half:1. "what makes Copperhead snakes worse than Rattlesnakes." In English, common names of animals are not ca [...]

    3. Pat Long on said:

      I liked this book. This is a short easy read for anyone interested in the prepping, survival or post apocalyptic stories.

    4. Pam on said:

      Action packed!Just couldn't put it down! Believable - who knows what might happen. Best to be prepared for such emergencies! Enjoy all of Susan's books

    5. Nikki on said:

      I like the straight forward writing style of this one. I wonder if there will be another story in this little series.

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