It has been six months since their father locked them in the security vault with a promise to return. But he never came back. With supplies running out and vital life support systems failing, Jack, Samantha, and Will have no choice but to ignore their father's warnings and leave the vault. With no knowledge of what befell the world outside or what they might expect once the door is opened, they find themselves in a world they do not recognize.
Thrust into the remains of the world they remember, how will they survive on their own, not knowing what or who else remains among the ruins?
©2014 Jeremy Laszlo (P)2015 Jeremy Laszlo
I enjoyed this action fast paced first book or the series. If planning on reading plan on whole series as each leaves on cliffhanger making me want more of the story. About children who stayed in a bunker and then came out because their supplies were just about out. Their father whom put them in it was supposed to come back but didn't. Now trying to figure out if there was a war, or what they must try to figure out how to survive while seeking shelter, food, and searching for others. All the while running from whom or what?
every time they switched characters there is a 3 tone piano that place and it gets very frustrating. I almost stopped reading.
We all have a "guilty" pleasure....or several. Mine is reading.....and chocolate!
Not particularly fond of books that are a lead in to a second book. That is what this book really is. It is basically a build up with no climactic action.
I don't doubt that it has potential but probably not worth me using one of my Audible credits on.
The narrator has a pleasant voice but I never felt there was any real change as she shifted from character to character.
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