Grid Down Reality Bites: Volume 1, Part 3 : Grid Down

  • by Bruce Buckshot Hemming, Sara Freeman
  • Narrated by Elizabeth Phillips
  • Series: Grid Down
  • 11 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The realness and startling reality that many may face in an End of the World scenario. This book has them in spades. In a world gone mad, how would you survive? This is a Survival Blueprint with an exciting story line that you can't put down. From one adventure to the next where all seems lost, the strong will survive.
October 7th, 2015, was the day the whole world changed forever.
A must-have for anyone who wants to learn how to survive an uncertain future. Just one tip from the book could save your life. Recognizing and avoiding dangers could mean the difference between surviving or not making it.
What equipment should you buy? What skills do you need to learn while you still have time?
Many Americans see the storm clouds surrounding our nation. In this decade right now history will be made. Prepare now and ensure you survive the coming chaos.
There are those that prepare and there are those that wished to God they had prepared. Which are you going to be?
One day in the not too distant future will be the day America changes forever. Are you ready?


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What other book might you compare Grid Down Reality Bites: Volume 1, Part 3 to and why?

Worst in series

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

No wrong book for her

Any additional comments?

A lot of "skipping" in narration. Mistakes editing. Menatinous...

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- Kristy rieman

Who proof reads this stuff?

These stories are a little imature. I tried to like these authors really hard. So much so I bought three books before calling it quits. The editor should correct grammar as the constant wolfs should be wolves. The same goes for lifes/ lives, knifes/ knives. Hopefully you get the picture. The stories in all three books end with out closure or tying up loose ends. I feel a male narrator is better for books that are dominated by male characters. This narrator would be good for a book with mostly female characters as her voice tends to be child like. I have over 150 audio books and listen to them over and over. I don't know if I will be able to do that with these as the grammar was so irritating. I have the first three books but will not get the forth unless it has a different narrator.
I would like to see more practical information incorporated into the stories. I know you CAN do better!
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- Laura

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-23-2014
  • Publisher: Bruce Buckshot Hemming