Discussion in 'Survival Reading Room' started by Tycer, Dec 13, 2010.
Amazon.com: Lights Out (9780615427355): David Crawford: Books
ordered mine a couple days ago, 25 w/shipping
better be worth it, I never got to finish the online freebie dangit
I saw a comment on the Remnants youtube site that the writer of that movie is thinking about suing Lights Out dude
YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
Like Bugs Bunny would say...What a maroon!
BTW - If you want a signed copy, wait and buy it here at SM in a few weeks.
what a maroon is correct.
I will be waiting to order a signed copy, thank you Halffast.
I already ordered some as gifts. I'll try to get one for myself too. Thanks for pricing it so well, it allowed me to get several copies.
Now you tell me....the day after I order an unsigned one from Amazon.
Oh well...I guess the unsigned one just became a xmas present...
We are selling a limited number of signed copies: Lights Out by David Crawford - aka Halffast
You can also buy copies at Amazon (a small percentage goes to support the site)
or from Lights Out the book
I got the Kindle version last night and ordered several hard copies for my kids and some friends. It's #8 in the action and adventure category!!!
I got this book last weekend and finished it in 2 days! Great book I ordered some copies for gifts!
I read a lot of this before it was printed, but I ordered the Kindle version after seeing this thread.
Well done. The man has some talent, that's for sure.
I just wish he hadn't "wrapped it up" with the epilogue chapter.
It begs for a sequel...
This is my first post here. I just finished reading Lights Out in Kindle format last night. I have to say it was VERY enjoyable! I am from Texas (DFW area) but could immediately connect with the characters and the locations easily. The book was very well written and I may just have to get a hard copy for my family to read.
I'm looking forward to Lost and Found as well.
I do think Lights Out needs a sequel to describe what happens after the last chapter and how society recovered from the EMP, and more on the EMP as well.
I have read Patriots and One Second After also. Patriots was good but was way too instructional on how to prepare which I know was part of the story, and One Second After was good and had me tearing up on certain parts of the story.
Good job on your first novel!!
I just saw my order change as "shipped".... can't wait.
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