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Publisher's Summary

Life in Abney, Texas, is predictable and safe - until the night a massive solar flare wipes out all modern technology.
Shelby Sparks, novelist and single mom, had one goal: to provide for her diabetic son. In the wake of this global disaster, her mission hasn't changed. Only now, medication is a priceless commodity and the future resembles an apocalyptic nightmare.
Max Berkman and Shelby were once sweethearts, but he lost his chance at claiming her love years ago. When the abrupt loss of power ushers him into a leadership role, he rises to the occasion. But his highest priority - to keep Shelby and her son safe - could prove to be the biggest challenge of all.
As the brilliant northern lights give way to deep shadows, Max and Shelby's faith will be tested like never before. Only one rule remains: Find a way to survive.
©2016 Vannetta Chapman (P)2017 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Tiffany C on 02-27-18

Reader is Horrid

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

No, while the story is engaging, the performance is almost unbearable. It sounds like a machine is reading it in some places.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Shelby is well developed. The reader tries to give her an accent that the writer did not write into the story effectively making her sound much less intelligent. She leaves the "G" off of most -ing endings even though the writer did not write it this way (I checked the sample download of the Kindle version).

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Rebecca Mitchell?

Anyone else!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It was very engaging and hard to pause once I got used to the awful narration.

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