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Contains books one and two of Reset, a thrilling natural disaster survival series.

Flood, book 1

How do you carry on after losing everything? They intended to save the planet, but at the speed of light, the world catastrophically changed into a dark and deadly place. Millions of people lost their lives, but for those who remained, the fight to survive had only just begun.

No one could have been prepared for the disastrous events that followed The Reset. As those who remained worked to find a way to survive amid the destruction, others began a quest to take control of what was left.

Sinking, book 2

After everything ends...who will you become? As the survivors continued to fight for their lives, seemingly insurmountable challenges push them to their limits. With every breath they take, their very existence is threatened. The search for safety, family, and food is a never-ending quest. If there is a safe haven, will they get there before time runs out?

©2020 Kellee L. Greene (P)2020 Podium Audio

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I have just finished listening to Reset and I still have no clue what age group it’s aimed it. It almost feels like it’s aimed at the teenager or young adult audience. Interesting 3 different people were used to read the story, each staying with their character. Stevie and Adam are 2 of the characters and they are well read. However “joss” drove me to distraction. The girl reading her story was so breathy and over exaggerated in her reading it detracts from hearing the story. I found myself listening to how she was reading instead of what she was reading. The story itself seems rushed and to be honest, not really plausible. I can see where the story is heading, but really don’t intend finding out.

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  • 25-10-2020

Not worth it

I would gave returned but invested to much time in it getting to the half way point. This is book tells about 3 separate 20-something couples. First, only 20-something people seem to survive in this book. They all seem to get over the end of the world, losing everyone but themselves in minutes and immediately move on to relationship issues (jealousy, flirty, etc). There’s odd crap (running in to body a dude they met early killed, people who pay back issues with each other somehow surviving to continue the payback on each other when NO ONE else seems to survive) thrown in here and there. And the basis of this EOTW scenario is someone reset the climate when it wasn’t messed up that bad in the first place. Lastly why give the only gun to a dude that has concerns on using it. Ugh. If you like EOTW books with solid characters, good story line, and yeh-that-could-happen situations, don’t get this.

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