Book Review: Deep Shadows

Deep Shadows

by Chapman, Vannetta

Harvest House Publishers

Christian, General Fiction (Adult)

Pub Date 01 Jul 2016 

I was given a copy of Deep Shadows through the publisher and their parnership with Netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

Shelby Sparks finds herself in danger, an explosion the sound of a home collapsing Max pushes her out of the way.  The only thought in her mind is that her Son Carter was out there somewhere.

A week later Shelby finds herself hiking.  Shelby can’t reach her Son without reception on her Cell Phone.

The hikers see something that looks like the Northern lights but that can’t be because they are in Texas.

Solar flares are causing power outages and grocery stores are running out of supplies.  Medicine is hard to come by.  Carjackings turn to murder, people willing to shoot store owners for diapers.

What happens when Solar flares cause all technology become obsolete, when people take justice into their own hands, when even landlines stop working? Deep Shadows provides a fictional account of such a possibility.

I give Deep Shadows five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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