BOOKS IN THE SERIES
Written by: Bobby Akart
Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
Length: 4 hrs and 56 mins
WOULD YOU HAVE THE MINDSET TO SURVIVE?
to provide for, and defend the ones you love . . .
at all costs . . .
willing to confront . . .
the depravity of man?
This is a true story, it just hasn't happened yet.
A new dystopian, post-apocalyptic fiction series from author Bobby Akart (The Boston Brahmin series and the Prepping for Tomorrow series).
The characters depicted in The Blackout Series are fictional. The events, however, are based upon fact.
Book one of this new post apocalyptic survival fiction series, 36 HOURS, provided the reader a glimpse into the rapid decline of society once word of the catastrophic solar flare racing towards Earth began to spread.
Book two, ZERO HOUR, continues to follows the obstacles faced by Colton Ryman, his wife, Madison, and their teenage daughter, Alex. In 36 Hours, the Ryman family and the rest of the world was thrust into the darkness of a post-apocalyptic world. A catastrophic solar flare brought with it a blast of solar matter in the form of an EMP, leaving America in darkness.
Book three, TURNING POINT, confronts the Ryman family with a life altering decision - should we stay or should we go? The oldest and strongest emotion in man is fear, and the strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. Turning Point leads the Ryman family into a complex, inexplicable world where danger lurks around every bend.
Book four, SHILOH RANCH, Coming Soon.
The Rymans weren't preppers and had no concept of what prepping entails. They applied common sense, logic, and a will to survive to their decision-making as they prepared for the post-apocalyptic world created by the EMP.
The dangers they face are not from the solar flare itself, but from their fellow man. Who can they count on? Who is a threat? The words of Colton Ryman's grandfather repeated in his mind ...
Never underestimate the depravity of man!
*I received a copy of this audiobook for an HONEST review*
The story of the family continues, going into neighbor turning on neighbor. They have to do what it takes to protect themselves and their own, while still doing why they feel safe doing for friends. Again, I really loved the flow and feel of the story, and have grown quite attached to this family.
What more is their to say about this narrator? Love him!
Bob says: 4.5 Platypires