Two young men, Mark and Eric, struggle desperately trying to make it to their retreat in Northern California. Their truck is dead from an EMP. They have to walk 200 miles. Will they make it passed the gangs and the utter confusion of a powerless society?
George and his son Junior, are set up in a retreat in Northern Wisconsin. Everything is going along great until disaster strikes. One mistake leaves his 18-year-old son to survive alone.
When the power goes out from the EMP, Preston tries to convince his girlfriend to leave the big city and head to the farmstead where his friends are. Will they escape the complete chaos of the city in time, or wait until it's too late?
From one harrowing adventure to the next, this audiobook will keep you on the edge of your seat, cheering the characters on as they face the impossible odds against them.
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I CANT STAND the narrator.
Seems like a good book but I cant get passed the narrators whiney voice.
Yes, if different narrator.
- Richard Wallace "urban wildlife"
The narrator made this book unlistenable.
Not sure. I would certainly listen to a sample of the audio and wait until there are more reviews to decide if I would buy any.
I am not really sure. The story may have been okay, but I just couldn't get into the book because the narrator was completely the wrong fit for the book.
First time I've ever given a bad review. The narrator made me feel like I was listening to a very simplistic children's book. Very little vocal change between characters. It was almost like I was listening to someone read a book and they could pronounce the words they were saying but had no understanding what they mean. Even though the narrator was speaking clearly and annunciation was correct I kept wondering if English was her second language. When she tried laughing for one of the characters I couldn't take it anymore.
Not sure, I couldn't finish the book.
- Chad N. Grosklags