Another New Review of "When the Sirens Were Silent"

With the Ozarks in the risk area for strong tornadoes Sunday, I note a Chicago reader posted a new review of When the Sirens Were Silent today.
It says, in part…

If you live in a tornado region, I think it's a must-read book. It's a quick, but informative, read...

Most importantly, the author provides up-to-date information about what to do in a tornado, particularly as for schools and companies. The author takes scientific terms and has a great knack for putting things in easy-to-understand language.

This is quite a worthwhile little book to read. I'd like to read a more extensive book about the Joplin tornado at some point but this is quite good. It's the second tornado book by this author I've read. Loved them both and hope he writes more of them.

The full review is here.

Sirens contains the latest tornado safety rules for home, schools, and offices. The ebook is just $2.99. Given the likelihood of tornadoes not only in the Ozarks tomorrow(scroll down) but over a broad geographic area that extends well into the South on Monday, isn't it a good time to make sure you and your family are prepared with the latest and best information?


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