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The Last Stand

EMP Post Apocalyptic Survival Boxset
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An unpauseable EMP Boxset that will keep you guessing until the end!

The Pulse

When disaster strikes in the form of an EMP, Charlie's family flees to their homestead. They fortify their ranch and prepare to ride out the worst of the chaos. Unfortunately, the gang of scavengers who followed them from the city have other plans. How does an ordinary family protect themselves in the wake of violence and chaos?

No Power

What happens when an EMP sends California back into the stone age?

When an EMP bomb knocks out the power in LA and the rest of the United States, Ailani must fight against the unprepared.

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  • Jim B.
  • 28-08-2019

it was ok

too much anti-gun rhetoric and too much you need to share bullshit. the high pitch voices for some of the girls was annoying and a bit more research needs to be completed.

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  • S.P.
  • 20-09-2019

The Last Stand/ The Pulse:EMP Post Apocalyptic

I wasn't aware that where "The Last Stand" ended another book "The Pulse:EMP Post Apocalyptic Fiction" started. I enjoyed "Last Stand", as I wonder what would actually happen after a EMP strike by an enemy of the United States, which I believe is a true possibility. My only criticism is that I wish the story ended too early. I was hoping to hear the writer's ideas on how these ordinary law abiding citizens continued to survive in a post EMP world. The second book "The Pulse:EMP Post Apocalyptic Fiction" started rather abruptly, but then took way too long, developing some interpersonal relationships, to get into the issues and dangers the two main charters ran into in their attempt to survive. Frankly I was too bored to complete the story.

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  • Brian David
  • 27-08-2019

okay book but not very plausible

on the first book pulse, it was fairly well written but not very plausible nor well-researched.
it's hard to imagine somebody that's been prepping for most of their life only having a pistol or two for protection. the protection prepared for by Ethan is about what I would have expected for a city boy who's total crabs included an extra week of groceries. the other primary implausibility factor was repeatedly letting the bad guy walkaway. Charlie and Ethan have the blood of dozens if not hundreds of people on their hands. every victim the bad guy after their first couple encounters is at least in part their fault.
on the second book in this collection the author has no clue about the subject she is writing on. she might be a great author and other genres oh, I don't know, but she doesn't know anything about human nature after a shtf event and nothing about an EMP.
while an EMT may not destroy the solar panels on a system oh, it would surely Wipe Out the charge controller and inverter. also on the solar system issues in this book, taking out one panel would not immediately shut off your power. if it did, then you obviously have no battery storage and therefore have no lights and no power at night. for the narrator, believe it or not, not every male sounds like a southern gang member on drugs.