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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Mr hawk, I love these books!

first let me say; the performance of this book was amazing! I have really learned to love Kevin as a narrator, and having Becket do the female voice along side him was a welcome treat that added even more realism to the story.
I am not a prepper, nor have I even thought about it before, but after reading these books from Mr Hawk, it really makes you think. I even let my husband listen to this book with me. He loved it, and has NEVER listened to a book with me before. After listening to this fiction story, He has decided that maybe we should have a least a weeks worth 0f food and water on hand. It couldn't hurt.
Things get crazy once this disaster hits. I only hope this stays fiction. I would think a lot of people would enjoy this book, its a great "what if" story.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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- TinkerMel

No frills, no supernatural...Great survival story!

I love books like this. Kat and Tony have to come face to face with extremely difficult circumstances that threaten their survival. They have to make what I would consider to be completely normal and difficult choices as they try to stay ahead of those who might do them harm. The appeal in this book (for me) stems from the fact that the author doesn't try to go way out on a limb with scenarios that would seem implausible. The rioters and looters followed a plausible pattern with plausible results. Good guys die, bad guys die and luck is a major player in how this story unfolds, just as it would be in real life.

I also really enjoyed the two narrators and the two perspectives throughout the book. The narration was excellent. The pace and flow were excellent and it made the story very enjoyable. I had a hard time gauging just how old Kat and Tony were, but it seemed to me they would be in their 40s.

Overall, I enjoyed the trilogy and liked the ending. I did let my mind wander a bit about how things would have gone if the power had stayed off a little longer. Could've been pretty interesting. However, realistically, I think the book went in the right direction.

I received a free copy of this audio book for an honest review.
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- Eric Reeves

Book Details

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