I picked this novel up through Kindle Unlimited.
This was a decent read and with the exception of one particularly glaring editing mistake (had nothing to do with grammar) it was decently edited. I also thought the title to be a bit misleading.
The novel featured a pandemic, but along with the characterization of the main 'prepper' and his particular group, it relied heavily, too heavily at times, on stereotypes of preppers and conspiracy nuts, yet the meat of the story focused more on father/son relationships and sibling dynamics than the actual pandemic.
All in all though, a decent read. If you like prepper fic, this would be a good afternoon read.