Pulse

Pulse What do you do when the whole world stops When everything you ve come to depend upon transportation grocery shopping cell phones the internet comes to a sudden crashing halt Welcome to PULSE Three

  • Title: Pulse
  • Author: L.R. Burkard Linore Rose Burkard
  • ISBN: 9780979215483
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pulse Login Manage your business View company events, send receive communication, download resources, monitor performance, and Heart Rate Monitoring Pulse Measurement Max Target Heart Your pulse is your heart rate, or the number of times your heart beats in one minute Heart rates vary from person to person Your pulse is lower when you re at rest and higher when you exercise Pulse Definition of Pulse by Merriam Webster Pulse definition is the palpable beat resulting from such pulse as detected in a superficial artery also the number of individual beats in a specified time period such as one minute. Pulse A normal pulse is regular in rhythm and force An irregular pulse may be due to sinus arrhythmia, ectopic beats, atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal atrial tachycardia, atrial flutter, partial heart block etc Intermittent dropping out of beats at pulse is called intermittent pulse. How to check your pulse Medical News Today Oct , Learn what the pulse is, where it is, and how to find it This article includes a video showing you how to take a reading of your heart rate, and it Pulse Dec , Directed by Tom Fordham Free Movies and TV Shows You Can Watch Now On TV, you can catch Hollywood hits and popular TV series at no cost Select any poster below to play the movie, totally free Pulse YouTube Big pro wrestling fan WWE Games creator Covering WWE K, WWE K, Smackdown Here Comes The Pain, whatever it is, we do it Just really enjoy wrestling Sign in VA Pulse Join VA s Virtual Work Hub VA Pulse connects you with colleagues from across the organization so that you can easily exchange established best practices, share new ideas, and stay up to date on everything that s happening at VA. Pulse Scheduled Messages Blacklist Send a Message Sign In University of Utah Pulse site, tools and resources for University of Utah Health Available to active employees, active students, and active POI. Virgin Pulse Login Virgin Pulse Login Pulse Electronics Pulse Electronics is a worldwide leader in electronic component design and manufacturing With an extensive line of state of the art catalog products as well as custom capabilities, Pulse is a global supplier of electronic components to OEMs, contract manufacturers and CEMs. Pulse definition of pulse by The Free Dictionary pulse p ls n The rhythmical throbbing of arteries produced by the regular contractions of the heart, especially as palpated at the wrist or in the neck a A Creating Workforce Habits That Matter Virgin Pulse Many Paths, One Journey Virgin Pulse s flexible, culture first technology solutions are designed to meet you where you are on your wellbeing journey today, and grow with you Pulse definition of pulse by Medical dictionary pulse Nutrition A general term for lentils, beans and peas The Food and Agricultural Organization FAO reserves the term pulse for crops harvested solely for dry seed, thus excluding green beans and green peas, which the FAO calls vegetable crops it also excludes crops primarily grown for oil extraction e.g soybeans and peanuts.

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    What do you do when the whole world stops When everything you ve come to depend upon transportation, grocery shopping, cell phones, the internet comes to a sudden, crashing halt Welcome to PULSE.Three teenage girls and their families must survive when America s worst nightmare actually occurs The failure of the electric grid due to an electromagnetic pulse.To outsiders,What do you do when the whole world stops When everything you ve come to depend upon transportation, grocery shopping, cell phones, the internet comes to a sudden, crashing halt Welcome to PULSE.Three teenage girls and their families must survive when America s worst nightmare actually occurs The failure of the electric grid due to an electromagnetic pulse.To outsiders, Andrea Patterson has the American dream house and family But when the unthinkable happens and life is forever different, the dream looks like a nightmare one from which she and her family may not wake up alive.Lexie Martin s farm family has never been cool like Andrea s, but they ve been prepping for disaster for years For them, the world didn t stop it just slowed down The one thing they didn t prepare for A psycho school bus driver who wants what they ve got.Sarah Weaver, friend of Andrea and Lexie, lives on the top floor of a ten story apartment building When things went black, she thought it could be romantic like living in the time of Jane Austen.She was wrong.Has the world collapsed forever Who will survive when technology fails Or perhaps the right question is, Who will get to eat

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    • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) says:

      About this book:“What do you do when the whole world stops?When everything you've come to depend upon--transportation, grocery shopping, cell phones, the internet--comes to a sudden, crashing halt? Welcome to PULSE. Three teenage girls and their families must survive when America's worst nightmare actually occurs: The failure of the electric grid due to an electromagnetic pulse. To outsiders, Andrea Patterson has the American dream house and family. But when the unthinkable happens and life is [...]

    • Nora St Laurent says:

      The cover made me stop, then I looked at the author’s name. I was thrilled to learn that L.R. Burkard and Linore Burkard were the same person. I adored the authors other books and was excited to read this new YA series. The set up for this story is brilliant. The reader experiences the tragic worldwide event from three very different teenage girls’ POV’S. These three girls are friends and go to school together – that is about as much as they have in common. The author introduces one youn [...]

    • Hayden says:

      I got this one when it was a freebie on kindle. I was interested in it because, quite frankly, I like post-apocalyptic/dystopian novels, and the idea of a modern world losing power is especially interesting to me. Unfortunately, I felt like this book was more of a novelized "how-to" book on what to do and how to prepare for a situation like that rather than a well-plotted story. It could be clunky and a bit heavy-handed, and the plot was purely daily survival-focused and not wildly exciting (alt [...]

    • Abbie says:

      Actual rating - 2.5I can't say I liked any of the main characters in this. I found them all to be pretty annoying. I found this to be pretty boring unfortunately. The second half wasn't quite so bad, as time had passed since it all happened, but I still didn't love it.Overall, Not awful, but not something I enjoyed unfortunarely.

    • Lee says:

      Pulse is a great name for this book, because your pulse is racing all through the book! I'll admit it was nerve-wracking to read about an EMP hitting America. It changes everything for the families in the story. Oh, my.I definitely have to prepare more for this kind of disaster, because you never can tell when something will happen. I really got into the story of three teen girls whose families live through this event that affects every part of their lives. Each family is unique, in that they ha [...]

    • Cecily Wolfe says:

      This is an emotional and often disturbing story that makes the reader think of the possibility of losing power due to an EMP. How much do we rely on the electric grid for our everyday needs, for our very survival? How far would you go, or how far do you THINK you would go, in the name of saving your life, even if it is at the expense of someone else's life, without the power we take for granted? Vivid and intense, this made me think of Michael Grant's Gone series - looking forward to book two.(a [...]

    • Donna Shepherd says:

      In a world suddenly without technology, what would you do? Are you ready? PULSE is carefully-researched and fascinating with gripping subject matter and compelling characters. Highly recommended! - Donna J Shepherd, Author

    • Cara says:

      I loved following the stories of 3 teenage girls as their lives had been turned upside down by the pulse. I'm grateful for an author who is not afraid to add a dimension of faith to her stories.

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      Ahh I think my face was glued to the book. I had such a hard time putting it down at night to get some sleep. It was that good!I loved the POVs (point of views). L.R. Burkard made a smart choice to write the book in the first person style. It was so interesting because it got so personal and it helped me picture their situations easily. If L.R. Burkard had used the second or third person writing style, this book wouldn't have been quite so eye-catching. Each characters' stories were different an [...]

    • Chloe (aka Crystal) says:

      Wow just wow! I barely have any words to explain how I feel right now! I was instantly interested in the book as I read the first sentenceThis book is very thought-provoking and a new favorite!I actually enjoyed reading this book, even though it's written in first person and switching between people. Honestly, I have a hard time reading books written in First Person. I'm not sure why, but it's true. I feel like that it really worked for this book. and that's saying something. The story was so ex [...]

    • Nicole says:

      Fascinating. Fast-Paced. Thought Provoking.Peeling back the cover of this book is like slowly - tentatively - opening the door to a place that is frightening in its uncertainty. You enter this place with timid steps, gradually adjusting to your surroundings, until you find yourself running, your heart pounding, your blood pumping, as the weight of a new and strange reality settles on your shoulders and the full impact of this place becomes clear. Hardship is the new norm, and devastation is an e [...]

    • Gina Burgess says:

      I received this book from the author for an honest review. Well, I loved it!The story is from the point of view of three teen girls. I cannot tell you how absolutely refreshing it is to read from a single point of view of one character with no head hopping, and the head jumping from one character to the next is done by chapters with clear headings. No confusion whatsoever. Wonderful!How would you manage in the dead of winter to wake up with zero electricity, no transportation, and no hope of res [...]

    • Eleanor Gustafson says:

      When I first heard about electromagnetic pulses or EMPs years ago, I began to think hard about the possibility of such an event happening and how people left alive would cope with the trauma. Burkard has put together a believable story of three young girls, their families and their levels of preparedness for such an event. She goes into almost excruciating detail about the ways and means of survival and what even “good” people are forced to do. Starvation and death are a constant specter tha [...]

    • Melanie Kilsby says:

      I rated this book at a 3.75 stars! I LOVED the cover of this book. I also loved how the author brought Jesus into the book. It was refreshing given the circumstances. I though the writing was alright and the character development the same. I was really hoping to know more about Richard and felt the end was okay. I could have probably done without three different P.O.V's but, I found I liked Richard. I didn't like Andrea but was happy with her character development-especially near the end :D I di [...]

    • thebooknerd_360 says:

      Eerie and realistic After reading the first few pages of Pulse I was immediately intrigued and caught in the suspense. Pulse takes you through three different girls and their lives as they navigate the aftermath of an electromagnetic pulse. This book brings the realistic elements of what would happen. Starvation, dehydration, the weather, etc. It shows humanity at its worse during dire events. The cover and synopsis were awesome. I love the title font and the girl. The colors go together very ni [...]

    • Christy Newell says:

      How would you handle the world stopping? No electricity, running water or transportation? This book really got me to thinking and realizing I am definetly not be prepared. I really like how the book also had the point of view of three different girls and the struggles they and their families faced. My husband wanted me to read this book and I had my doubts if I would like it. I have to say I'm glad I read it.

    • Shawn Aldridge says:

      This book really makes you think about what you would do if you woke up and there was no electricity or transportation. It definitely would be a mess. People think that preppers are insane but really they are the only ones that would be prepared for this.

    • Joan says:

      I have read several novels about the aftermath of an EMP but this is the first I've seen for teens. It is a combination of entertainment and information. The narrative is from the viewpoints of three teens. We follow the alternating first person accounts of their experiences after technology and electricity become nonexistent. We learn much about an EMP, what it is and what happens as a result.The three viewpoints give three very different responses to the disaster. One teen lives on a farm in a [...]

    • Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective) says:

      This was such an interesting storyline. It reminded me of the series I am reading by Vannetta Chapman - same kind of theme. And with all that is going on in the world today, you just never know if something like this could truly happen. Books like this really make you take a step back and think about how it would affect your world if it happened today. I liked seeing how the different families reacted to the same scenario. I believe it mirrored the real world, as not all families are going to re [...]

    • Susan Stewart says:

      I often read novels in the YA category to find new reading experiences for my grandchildren. Generally, I buzz through the story to be sure the content is appropriate and move on to my "adult" reading. I soon found out "Pulse: A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Tale of Survival" is adult reading.Told through the eyes of three teenaged girls, this apocalyptic tale not only looks at the difficult times after an electro-magnetic pulse (EMP), but also views it from three different and real perspectives. The thr [...]

    • Lori Spier says:

      I liked how the story was told from the viewpoints of three 16 year old girls, each with differing experience levels, knowledge, and faith. Also liked the emphasis on how Christians can be prepared and fight back. Got annoyed when it would get overly Biblical in places that added zero to the story (ie, and in depth description of Bible study).

    • Kara says:

      3.5 stars I have to admit this is a book similar to "Life As We Knew It" by Susan Beth Pfeffer which I really liked and was happy to have found one like it from a Christian's point of view which I enjoyed just as much. I felt this was very real makes me want to be a pepper. There were times I didn't feel like a Christian book which I liked because I feel like lot of christian authors have a certain formula to their stories but this one did not.

    • Anne says:

      In a fictional account written in diary form, three teenage girls tell their story of what happens after an EMP (electro-magnetic pulse) occurs. PULSE is a Science Fiction/Young Adult targeted narrative filled with intrigue and suspense. Parts of the story seem hard to believe, but in actuality could happen. You don’t have to be a ‘prepper’ to know that if something catastrophic occurred and all electronics went down for an extended amount of time, towns, cities, our entire country would b [...]

    • Deborha Mitchell says:

      Thank you LINORE!Even though I am on a budget and try my best to make food stretch, it never occurred to me that something could happen and I would have to “ration” my food and water. PULSE is a “slap-in-the-face” wake-up call that we all need to read. The book focuses on an EMP, a catastrophic event that pretty much brings lives to a dead stop. It follows the lives of three teenage girls and their families and how they must survive with very little water, food and heat. It also opens yo [...]

    • Jodie Wolfe says:

      Three teen girls with a common thread - friendship and figuring out how to survive after the world as they know it comes to a crashing halt. PULSE follows the stories of Andrea Patterson, Lexie Martin, and Sarah Weaver after an electromagnetic pulse hits. Only one of the families has prepared for a potential disaster. How will the others survive? L. R. Bukard writes a gripping tale that keeps the readers turning the pages and wondering what will happen next. She throws her characters into a toug [...]

    • Heather says:

      Christian Young AdultEMP CatastropheThis book is written from the standpoint of three teenage girls as the world they know falls apart. It was actually quite thought provoking and also frightening.I would recommend this to anyone. I am looking forward to Book 2 in this new series. It is totally different from what this author has written in the past. Previously, I read and enjoyed the adult Christian Regency series.

    • Donna Kimpel says:

      Must Read!!! What happens if everyone loses electricity , cars, appliances, and runs out of food and water?? Find out when reading this book. Four families struggle to survive. What do they do when food and water are gone? I absolutely loved this book and am going to read the next now. Excellent writing and it really makes you think.

    • Claire Stamper says:

      A realistic, end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it thriller centered around an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) and approached from a Christian perspective. Can't stop thinking about it. Definitely looking forward to the sequel!

    • Gerald Greene says:

      I truly enjoyed reading this book. I had no knowledge of how this could happen, and I found the characters to be genuine and the plot realistic. I'm now going to read another of LRB's books. I recommend it.

    • Melissa says:

      I loved the book and story but it's a little to religious for my taste.

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