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Can You Survive a Global Blackout?: An Interactive Doomsday Adventure
Can You Survive a Global Blackout?: An Interactive Doomsday Adventure
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Can You Survive a Global Blackout?: An Interactive Doomsday Adventure

by Matt Doeden
Illustrated by James Southall

No computers. No lights. No phones. No running water. The world plunged into darkness and chaos. Could you survive a global blackout? When YOU CHOOSE what to do next, the choices you make could mean the difference between life and death.

PublisherCapstone Press
BrandYou Choose Books
Age Level8-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
SubjectAction & Adventure
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count112



Manhattan Book Review - Glenn Dallas

"Both a terrific example of, and a marvelous introduction to, the Choose Your Own Adventure genre, Can You Survive a Global Blackout? places you in a doomsday scenario and then leaves the choices up to you. . . .Granted, there aren’t an overwhelming number of choices, but the choices available do lead to many varied outcomes, some optimistic, some brutally dark. (There are even several possible explanations for the blackout, depending on your choices.) With a bonus list of tips for surviving a blackout, this isn’t just a “what if?” book, it could easily be a “what will you do when?” book." - Manhattan Book Review

January 18, 2016

Matt Doeden

Matt Doeden

Matt Doeden is a freelance author and editor from Minnesota. He’s written numerous children’s books on sports, music, current events, the military, extreme survival, and much more. His books Sandy Koufax (Twenty-First Century Books, 2006) and Tom Brady: Unlikely Champion (Twenty-First Century Books, 2011) were Junior Library Guild selections. Doeden began his career as a sports writer before turning to publishing. He lives in Minnesota with his wife and two children.

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