Dark Destruction : EMP Lodge

  • by Grace Hamilton
  • Narrated by Andrew Tell
  • Series: EMP Lodge
  • 6 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In this new dark world, responsibility for others is a heavy burden.
Megan Wolford is used to handling her own problems, so being part of a makeshift family, and all the responsibilities that come with it, is a new experience. She'll do anything to help protect her newfound love Wyatt and the lodge group - but sometimes events are out of her control....
When a leak in a nearby dam threatens to flood the land they've fought so hard to keep, Megan and her group will have to make a difficult choice: stay or leave? Stopping the flood will require all their resourcefulness, prepper ingenuity, and effort - but leaving it will mean the blood lost protecting it was for nothing.
As Wyatt reveals the true hidden value of the lodge, they'll be forced to dig in and build a set of flood defenses to divert the incoming torrent. But with the leak growing larger every day, the survival of the group is anything but guaranteed - and little do they know, a force more malevolent than Mother Nature is behind the deteriorating dam....

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A story of survival

This is the latest installment book 4 of the excellent Dark Destruction series. This latest book didn't disappoint.

What makes this series different it is not centered around a ex Navy Seal and his hidden fortress in the wilderness thats manly an armory to fight off the bad guys.

This book we find the survivors struggling to just survive. Food, in fighting are all taking their toll of the electric "family" that is comprised of people that banded together to improve their chances of survival.

There is not a single very strong leader. That at times causes issues and group dynamics are tested with grief, bad guys and frustration all under a cloud of despair. I was left thinking of a verse from a song I heard done by Brett Dennen Where is hope for the hopeless? Thats enough of a tease, I don't want to ruin it for the listener

The narration is good. It is not a easy book to narrate I suspect , as the group of characters is large, both sexes and ages. Its a job well done and I could "know" the characters by inflection.

If you like a book and series that touches upon apocalyptic , but really only acts as a back drop for a "how would modern peoples adapt if they were thrust into the 19th century?

Try the series ; I think you will like it

I was given this book by the author to review. The opinions are my own and honest thoughts and feelings upon listening
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- SunsetSam

4th in EMP Series

This is 4th in good series and suggest read or listen to the first 3 books, this is about survival after solar flare/EMP. It is a different Dystopian about a gutsy woman named Megan with daughter who has already survived for 1 yr. and their lodge is threatened to be destroyed by breaking dam. It has good character development (love Rosie and Wyatt) and good prepping (love the dog, Duke and the goats). I hope we see if Emma and her grandparents survived. Recommend to anyone who enjoys Dystopian/ Post-Apocalyptic books. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. THANK YOU!
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- willee

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-12-2017
  • Publisher: Relay Publishing