Mark Twain wrote: French morality is not of that strait-laced description which is shocked at trifles.
Category: Dystopian Fiction
Average Rating: 3.0
How far would you go to survive?
Following the death of his son, Alex Riley moves to a small town with his family to take a position from a recently deceased police officer. However, their peaceful existence is shattered when a sudden catastrophic storm sweeps the nation and they find themselves trapped in the town's fourteen-story building with local gang boss Cayden Jones.
When Alex learns the truth behind the death, and the reason Cayden is there; Alex, an aging chief and a small band of survivors must ride out the storm, and fight back to stay alive.
Most of this story and its suspense revolves around the terror and violence perpetrated by the gang boss and his minions. The storm seems to be an artificial add-in to promote a political agenda. It certainly contributes to the plot, but a more realistic plot device would have accomplished the same thing without the "preachy" politics.
Kevin Pierce delivers an excellent performance.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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