It starts with a normal day, Jonah's commute to the city is like any other. And then there's no gas. And then the electricity is gone. And then everything goes to hell. This story is told from the first person, present tense. Look through the eyes of Jonah, his friends and his family as they find their love tested and their faith pulled apart. They are left only with each other and their trust. This novel will challenge you as a reader unlike most books out there. If you are ready to think and to ask questions, start reading.