Tony and Irma live a peaceful life in Northern Canada. Summer days are long and relaxing. Until everything changes in an instant and they are forced to confront life as it was a hundred years ago.
🙂🙂🙂🙂🙂 REVIEW (5 Stars on Amazon) What an amazing first novel. The plot is solid and the characters well developed and clearly identifiable. And the story itself is more than just plausible; "The Incident" is truly possible. The reason for the above headline is that I spent two nights reading into the early hours of the morning, not willing to put it down - so thank you! - LAINI
I enjoyed the author's book very much. Because of my age I can relate to what it is like when you do not have electricity and also to numerous other situations in the book. Kind of a flash from my past. Looking forward to the author's next book. - A HAPPY READER
Oh my gosh, what a beautiful, scary, brilliant story. I held on to every word and was finished in four hours. - TALLY
Winter of Darkness Book Number 3
The Incident trilogy - Book 3
Their daughter has disappeared. There is a massive blackout that affects vehicles, telephones and power. Food is becoming scarce and winter is fast approaching.
In northern Canada, a family struggles to survive in a new post-apocalyptic reality. They are thrust back to a world of darkness and limited mobility. How do we manage without modern communications and the conveniences we have become so used to?