Grid Attack Cyber War - The Trilogy : Cyber War

  • by Emerson Hawk
  • Narrated by Kevin Pierce, Becket Royce
  • Series: Cyber War
  • 6 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

War. Here. Now.
Anthony and Katherine had heard of Cyber War before, but never thought they would have to figure out how to live through it taking down the grid.
Chaos comes fast as people quickly realize the world has changed for good. But the battle also brews for Kat and Tony as they struggle with deciding whether to stay or go.
Will they bug in and try to make things work in the city? Or will they leave in time to make it out, away from the mayhem?
Tony and Kat learn the hard way that there is no such thing as safe in the new world they live in. But there is hope in new friends that no longer are strangers.
As they try to navigate their new surroundings, it's only a matter of time before they have to make a stand.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

SIMPOC sometimes gets abit much

Would you try another book from Emerson Hawk and/or Kevin Pierce and Becket Royce ?

Perhaps. They need a good editor, as sometimes they get "in the woods" with tech speak and repetition.
That said, the overall quality between author and performer is very good, and I may revisit the relationship at some point.

What did you like best about this story?

The level of thought and detail in the premise is highly compelling.

Which scene was your favorite?

SIMPOC coming "alive" ( self aware ? ) is fascinating.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Maybe on streaming Amazon on Roku

Any additional comments?

Good offering for the genre ( end of times/AI conflict ) and worth the credit, esp. for this version.

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- Matthew

Will leave you pondering the topic for days

The topic of a cyber attack is in the news almost daily, and this book brings the repercussions of a successful attack on the electrical grid to reality. The story looks into the lives of average people who live through a cyber attack that takes down the electric grid
for a temporary although prolonged period of time, the breakdown of civil behavior, the kindness of some people - the stress that comes with constant vigilance, the unknown duration of the event. This book is written well, the author does a good job of building empathy for the characters and there is some action and suspense that is gripping enough to keep you listening - the BUT comes here, the book does go by the numbers somewhat so if you are a veteran of the genre it may get a bit routine at times. That said it is in the upper half of books of this genre and the topic is an important one to think about in these times, so I would recommend this book, if you are a fan of the genre it will be a fun read, if you are new to the genre this will be a very fun book to check out.
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- Dennis

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-21-2016
  • Publisher: Emerson Hawk