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An unpausable EMP thriller boxset with a brilliant twist! Over 150+ Reviews!  

In a flash, an EMP blast disables North America's entire east coast. 

When an EMP brings the United States to its knees, Mary must fight to survive amid the terror descending upon the city and rescue her family. 

Hide Away 

James and Marla Weller are preparing for a relaxing weekend, when an unexpected blackout spreads far beyond their St. Louis suburb and starts a devastating chain reaction. But the disabled power grid was only the beginning of a national nightmare as their vehicles and cell phones won’t function either. 

A series of building explosions rock downtown, leading to a mandatory evacuation. Amid the chaos, the young couple must make a decision on where to go. A possible solution emerges when a self-proclaimed survivalist offers them refuge in his remote cabin far from the city and away from the chaos. But James and Marla soon discover that survival isn’t as clear as they think, and that escape can lead to dangers all its own.

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  • 11-02-2021

A little childish at times

The effort not to specify a location (ect. city ,state) is annoying. The characters like any depth.

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  • Lucy
  • 19-02-2021

not a fan of the narrator

the books are entertaining, without being particularly well written and are edited poorly - 'freezing blood of fear' must appear at least 15 times in first one. the narrator, Cheryl May is great and gives the words some gravitas, showing what a good narrator can do for average writing. The same cannot be said for the 2nd narrator, Ramona Master. She is not good. Annoying inflections, random pauses. A poor narrator makes average writing excruciating at times.

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