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Publisher's Summary

I'm at the hospital...it's over....

When Tom awakens, he is greeted by law enforcement, medical treatment, and a sense of normalcy - all the things that have been missing for the last day. What Tom doesn't know is that some nightmares are meant to be relived, and The Great Storm is far from finished.

Haven't started Outage? Get the boxed set, books 1-3, now on audio!

©2015 T.W. Piperbrook (P)2016 T.W. Piperbrook

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  • coreybeth
  • 18-05-2016

Didn't see that coming........

Loved this installment. Tom wakes up in the hospital. It was a nice change of pace from being outside. You think you're safe in the hospital with police officers stationed outside with silver bullets thanks to Tom but nooooooo............. Whole new set of friends, same vicious creatures, same great hero. Loved it.

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  • Cathie
  • 15-02-2016

Fantastic Followup!

This was a great next installment, which I listened to immediately following the boxed set of 1-3. More non-stop action and a couple of twists and turns. The narrator was again just perfect for the story!

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  • Brian Braswell
  • 07-07-2017

Wall to Wall suspense!

Excellent continuation to the Outage 3 book box. Can't wait to download and start Outage 5!

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  • Tatiana
  • 16-06-2017

Definitely get this series.

This story is great. I love all the books, from beginning to end. The narrator is fantastic and perfect for it. I read the first three books I think, then switched to audiobook without skipping a beat. No feeling out of place, no being annoyed that the characters didn't sound like I imagined them, nothing. Just a seamless story. Now THAT'S good narration.

As for the books themselves, they are genre defining: the icon of the modern werewolf novella. Every fan of "scary creature" type horror should get these books. Like Michael McBride's Snowblind books? Get these. Werewolf stories? Zombie stories? Yes, get these. You'll like them.

I've only given four stars for two of the categories because I save my five star ratings for when I'm really blown away. This isn't the best series I've ever read, but it is one I definitely want in my library.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-08-2016

GO Tom

The only things about this that is bad its to short ...hard choice for credit

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  • Eric
  • 29-03-2016

I CAN'T BELIEVE I LISTEN TO THEM ALL!!!

If you could sum up Outage 4: The Reckoning in three words, what would they be?

Awesome, breathtaking, could not stop listening (ok that's not three words).

What other book might you compare Outage 4: The Reckoning to and why?

I have not been this captured by a Creature thriller since MEG, by Steve Alten or Fatalis by Jeff Rovin. Excellant.

What does Troy Duran bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I like the pace of his voice and emotion he brings out of the characters.

If you could rename Outage 4: The Reckoning, what would you call it?

Outage 4: The Convergence.

Any additional comments?

So Mr. Piperbrook are we done? Man I hope not.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 31-01-2018

I love this series

I love this series .. it's so sad that rosemary didn't make it off the roof .. and that Tom now has to deal with everything ... I can't wait until I get the next book which is on my wish list... I love this author he has become one of my favorites... thank you for sending us readers into another time and place .. feels as if you are with them rooting them on I can't wait to see what happens next....

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  • Tina Anderson
  • 20-12-2017

a change

great story. hoping that Tom can be the change, maybe the protector of a small town.

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  • Kim
  • 15-09-2017

The suspense is awesome.........

Tom continues on his journey.......

I couldn't wait to get through book 4 so I could get to book 5, lol.

Book 4 did not disappoint, it continued where book 3 left off.

As with the other books in this series the narrator did a phenomenal job adding emotion to the story keeping you pin the edge of your seat.

Give the series a try, I suggest reading them in order. This series won't disappoint you.

Mr. Piper, this series was fantabulous ! ! I was happy and sad to see it end in book 5. You did a great job keeping the story going with action, suspense and the reader/ listener tuned in throughout the series.

Thanks for reading my review.

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  • D. A. Miller Jr.
  • 14-09-2017

Emotional Attachment Issues

To be fair the story isn't bad, but the main character tends to find emotional attachment at first sight for unknown reasons. This causes a forced narrative lacking self preservation and common sense.

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