Review: Lights Out In Lincolnwood by Geoff Rodkey

Book release date: 2 September 2021

Book blurb: Sometimes all it takes to bring a family together is the possible end of the world

Meet the Altman family.

Fifty-something Dan is struggling to cope with a mid-life career change. MBA-educated wife and mother Jen has dealt with life’s disappointments by becoming a closet alcoholic. Seventeen-year-old Chloe is obsessing about getting into the right university and her state tennis semifinals. Fourteen-year-old Max is trying to figure out when he can next sneak a puff on his beloved vape and plotting revenge on the school bully.

They’re a normal family with normal problems.

Until, one day, the lights go out.

Mobile phones don’t work. Lights, laptops, cars, trains – anything that uses electricity – just stops.

And what happens next will change everything…

Funny and heart-warming, Lights Out in Lincolnwood is the story of one ordinary family and their unexpected adventure of a lifetime

My thoughts

Published by Lisa Potter

A professional communicator who loves reading for leisure and learning.

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