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A father and his family find sanctuary in their old family homestead, hidden deep in the forest during an EMP crisis. 

Cody Russell leaves the city with his family and heads to his father’s old homestead, concealed deep in the woods. For Russell, the only thing worse than failing to reach sanctuary is the failure to protect his family in this dangerous post-EMP world.  

The final stand 

Prepare and survive. 

When an EMP cripples the nation's power grid, lawlessness erupts across the country. Fighting against the chaos, Detective Mike Thorton must rescue his family from the city and bring them to his sister's cabin in the mountains.

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  • Kerry Bark
  • 29-01-2021

Overall a good listen

Having read many, many post apocalyptic fictions, I find sometimes that they are either a bit silly, or a bit OTT. This really wasn't either, but also wasn't really anything new. But it was entertaining.

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