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The Divide
by Glen Tate and Shelby Gallagher




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Julie Atwood is struggling with the day-to-day challenges of being a single mom. She works for a non-profit by day and clips coupons by night. The time in between is spent doing homework with her son. She wants a stable and secure life for him, but she needs a new start for herself. That won't come easy, though. Julie is recently divorced, financially stressed, and still reeling from a violent attack in her past.

She is determined to make it on her own, however. She learns self-defense skills and enrolls in a women's-only firearms class. That's where she meets a like-minded woman who helps take her skills to the next level. Julie's personal evolution continues as she uses her couponing know-how to stockpile essential food and survival supplies. She will become self-reliant-and never be a victim again.

The urgency of her efforts takes on new importance as society begins unraveling around her. America is divided. Conservatives and liberals are at war. Then the newly elected president cuts funding to so-called Sanctuary States, including her home state of Oregon. Julie loses her job. Everyone who lives off the government gets desperate. Riots. Crime. Fire.

Julie needs to flee to the safety of her family cabin in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Can she get there, though? There is an exodus of people, and the conservative states-now called Great States-have established border checkpoints. Refugees are being turned away. Will she be one of them? Will Steve, her ex-husband, let her take their son far away? Will he demand to go with them? There is a wildfire at hand. Civilization is crumbling. And Julie is running out of time.

The Divide is the first book in the A Great State trilogy.

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Overview

Julie Atwood is struggling with the day-to-day challenges of being a single mom. She works for a non-profit by day and clips coupons by night. The time in between is spent doing homework with her son. She wants a stable and secure life for him, but she needs a new start for herself. That won't come easy, though. Julie is recently divorced, financially stressed, and still reeling from a violent attack in her past.

She is determined to make it on her own, however. She learns self-defense skills and enrolls in a women's-only firearms class. That's where she meets a like-minded woman who helps take her skills to the next level. Julie's personal evolution continues as she uses her couponing know-how to stockpile essential food and survival supplies. She will become self-reliant-and never be a victim again.

The urgency of her efforts takes on new importance as society begins unraveling around her. America is divided. Conservatives and liberals are at war. Then the newly elected president cuts funding to so-called Sanctuary States, including her home state of Oregon. Julie loses her job. Everyone who lives off the government gets desperate. Riots. Crime. Fire.

Julie needs to flee to the safety of her family cabin in Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Can she get there, though? There is an exodus of people, and the conservative states-now called Great States-have established border checkpoints. Refugees are being turned away. Will she be one of them? Will Steve, her ex-husband, let her take their son far away? Will he demand to go with them? There is a wildfire at hand. Civilization is crumbling. And Julie is running out of time.

The Divide is the first book in the A Great State trilogy.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781939473820
  • ISBN-10: 1939473829
  • Publisher: Prepper Press
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 188
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.43 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.62 pounds

Series: Great State #1

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