Alone by Christopher Lavoie

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Hawaiiis a beautiful and peaceful land where visitors enjoy the sun and waves andlocals raise their families in fair weather and Aloha spirit. Hawaiiis also dependent on the United Statesmainland for fuel, food, business and all other needs. After a devastatingattack on America's West coast city of Los Angeles, the feared 'dirtybomb', Hawaii is all but shut off from resupply routes. Honolulu'sresidents deal with almost 1 million people living on an island with little tono food production, no fuel supply and no tourism to drive the economy. Thingschange fast. Life becomes hard and dangerous at times for one local Honolulufamily dealing with the loss of jobs, supplies and security. Only strongAmerican willpower and raw human ingenuity will keep this family together andkeep Hawaii from total chaos.The all too possible vision ofliving in Hawaii after a majorterrorist attack in Californiaisolates the island state. A story of hope and familystrength that is a warning call for Hawaii and allof America.

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Published May 7, 2004 by AuthorHouse. 108 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction