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“Civilization slides into the abyss of a new dark age in this horrifying apocalyptic novel. Forstchen has put Bin Laden's wet dream on paper and, in the process, taken civilization straight to the rack.” ―Stephen Coonts, author of The Assassin
“The only thing more terrifying than this masterfully crafted story is the possibility of it actually happening―and not a damn thing being done to protect us.” ―W.E.B. Griffin & William E. Butterworth IV
“Forstchen's work has flair and power.” ―Joel Rosenberg, author of The Sleeping Dragon
“One of the most intriguing writers today in the field of historical and military science fiction.” ―Harry Turtledove, author of Guns of the South
“Good storytelling consists very simply of creating characters so believable that the reader forms a deep bond. Forstchen did such a damned fine job with One Second After that shortly after the first page, I had been reeled in hook, line, and sinker.” ―David Hagberg, author of Dance with the Dragon
William R. Forstchen is the author of We Look Like Men of War, among numerous other books in diverse subjects ranging from history to science fiction. He has co-authored several books with Newt Gingrich, including Gettysburg: A Novel of the Civil War, Pearl Harbor, Days of Infamy, To Try Men's Souls and Valley Forge. Forstchen holds a Ph.D. in History from Purdue University, with specializations in military history and the history of technology. He is currently a Faculty Fellow and Professor of History at Montreat College, near Asheville North Carolina. He is a pilot and flies an original WWII recon "warbird." He resides near Asheville with his daughter Meghan.See all Product Description
A great read, will make you think about getting that "bug out bag" ready that you've been putting off. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Donna G
An interesting read. Food for thought and all very plausiblePublished 2 months ago by Georgethecarguy
this is a wonderful book...well written and characters are well developed...I felt like I was right there with them...Published 2 months ago by Dachsiemom
One Second After is a compelling work of fiction in its own right and I found it difficult to put it down once I started reading. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Henri Thibodeau
A really interesting idea and sounds like it's based on some facts even if it's fictional. But I just didn't care enough about any of the characters to want to keep reading for... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Duane