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Publisher's Summary

Four college students head to the Colorado mountains for two weeks of rest, relaxation and winter fun on the bunny slopes. What they get instead is the end of the world as they know it as the city of Denver is destroyed by a nuclear explosion shortly after their arrival.
With no electricity, no cell phones or communication, they are isolated on the mountain top and have no way of knowing what is happening elsewhere in the country.
Was it a nuclear accident or a deliberate attack. Was it limited to Denver, or is this the start of World War Three?
In the absence of law enforcement and the threat of punishment from the criminal justice system, those with anti-social, criminal urges are free to do as they please. The former guarantees of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are gone. Now it’s up to every man and woman to provide and secure these things for themselves...
...Or die trying.
©2013 Edward M Wolfe (P)2014 Edward M Wolfe
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4 out of 5 stars
By shethla on 04-12-17

Very well written!

I truly enjoyed listening to this story. The plot was was well thought out.

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2 out of 5 stars
By stormy58 on 10-02-16

Not much of a story line

What would have made In the End better?

Not have left off where he did. Gave it some kind of closure.

What could Edward M Wolfe have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Not made the characters seem so stupid. A lot of unintelligent people were in this story.

What didn’t you like about Christopher James Young’s performance?

The voices were too close to each other..especially the women.

Any additional comments?

Was not worth the money....and I would not buy the sequel....if there ever is one

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