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Book Review

Days Of Panic
by Jack Hunt

#1 in EMP Survival

Category:  Dystopian Fiction

Average Rating:  4.0

When the power grid fails, what will you do to survive?

After an EMP obliterates the nation's electrical grid on New Year's Eve, it's not long before society unravels and panic ensues. As the lights go out and silence spreads over the city that never sleeps, four ordinary strangers; a bike messenger, a homeless person, a support rep,and an ex-convict must forge a connection in order to stay alive.

When they realize the danger is far greater than they expected, they must embark on a perilous journey out of the city.

Days of Panic is book 1 of an EMP, post-apocalyptic survival thriller series. It's a powerful, action-packed story about the ones we leave behind and the risks we must take to survive.


[2018-03-07 11:51:54]

Rating:  4

Although it's obvious at the end that this story will continue, thankfully, it does not end in a cliffhanger. There are different circumstances and events, of course, but this story pretty much follows the post-apocalyptic scenario: confusion about what is happening, struggling to travel without electronics and power, and fighting off desperate people. As with most novels in this genre, this one is a character-driven story and Kevin Pierce applies his superb narration skills to this performance. I look forward to the next book in this series.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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