Plot. Scientists discover that our sun has gone berserk. A CME, followed by a CPE, is going to cause an ELE. Lots of acronyms, huh. Well, the one that is the scariest is ELE – Extinction Level Event. These explosions from the sun are heading for earth and will cause sufficient radiation to end all life. A thoughtful, sincere president, a Goddard scientist, a few military men work desperately through 48 Hours to secure the future of humanity. One group determines that the future is our children. Selfish, greedy politicians fight for their own future. The battle for the human race is at stake.
Narration is fine, the story a bit repetitive in areas.
48 Hours is written by William R. Forstchen, narrated by Bronson Pinchot, released in January 2019 by Blackstone Audio, and just over eleven hours of listening.
Recommended for the apocalypse fans that will have fun picking apart preparations.