Cyber Armageddon Box Set

A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Saga
Narrated by: Stacey Glemboski
Series: Cyber Armageddon, Book 1-3
Length: 20 hrs and 34 mins
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Cyber armageddon has come. America will not survive!

Cyber-security analyst Kate McCarthy knows something ominous is about to happen in the US banking system. She has a place to go if things get hectic, but it’s far from the perfect retreat. 

When a new breed of computer virus takes down America’s financial network, chaos and violence erupt. Access to cash disappears and credit cards become worthless. Desperate consumers are left with no means to purchase food, fuel, and basic necessities. Society melts down instantly and the threat of starvation brings out the absolute worst humanity has to offer. 

In the midst of the mayhem, Kate will face a post-apocalyptic nightmare that she never could have imagined. Her only reward for survival is to live another day in the gruesome new reality which has eradicated the world she once knew. 

As with all works by Mark Goodwin, this book contains no profanity and no embarrassing sex scenes. However, if you're offended by conservative principles and references to Scripture, this book might not be for you.

©2020 Mark Goodwin (P)2020 Mark Goodwin

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Realistic story, good character development, superb narration

I had a lot of farm work to do this week, so I bought the Audible box set of Cyber Armageddon by Mark Goodwin, pulled on my work boots, eye protection, and gloves, put in my earbuds, pressed “play,” and went to work while Stacy Glemboski captured my rapt attention with her energetic and convincing narration!

Often in this genre there are aggravating grammatical errors, firearms technical misinformation, and a plethora of frustrating literary gaffes forcing the reader/listener to just “overlook it for now and try to get through the story.” Not so with ANYTHING Mark Goodwin writes. This is a tightly woven, well developed, cleanly edited story that held my attention like Super Glue while I felled trees, dug holes, and installed rain gutters.

Kate, Gavin, and Annoying but lovable Mr Pritchard, won my heart, and I grew to really despise Boyd, Vince, and The (fake) “Reverend.” Goodwin’s character development made these actors as real as the blisters on my hands. I could “feel” them.

I’ve read or listened to well over 100 apocalypse books in the past 18 months, including ALL of Goodwin’s other books. This series is among his best, and surely among the best I’ve ever read anytime.

Pastor Ron

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Hmmmmm...

I have read (and listened) to a plethora of “post apocalyptic” novels from many authors, this has to be top 3!! It’s realistic with the amount of loss an individual can endure and still be able to survive and almost thrive afterward.

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Engaging story beginning to end!

As with other titles by Mr. Goodwin, this set was a riveting adventure start to end. I especially appreciate the author's restraint from offensive language and unnecessarily descriptive sex scenes that seem to bombard so much of today's movies and books. The ability to write an engaging story without the worldly gratuity that infects our media is a gift from God. I've read/listened to many post-apocalyptic novels, and I must say that Mark is definitely one of my most favorite authors. His titles are something that you won't be embarrassed for your young adolescent children to enjoy as well. God bless you Mr. Goodwin, and I look forward to many more titles to come!

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mello drama to the extream....

so many holes and mistakes. too much mellow drama where people do totally stupid things and by some miracle live though it. there's many places where poor educated and research lead to just unbelievable story lines. if I were in the same situation and acted like these people I'd be dead.

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enjoyed every minute on to my next Goodwin series

buying all I can from this author
realistic and suspenseful
practical and well written
inspiring

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Should be tagged as Christian Fiction

I initially enjoyed the series until it devolved into preachy bible thumping. I can't even stomach to finish the second 'book'.

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great story

I loves this book. the character development was fantastic and the story line was real enough to be believable but didn't cross over to crazy world of zombies.

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I wanted to like it.

The book gets increasingly cringeworthy as it develops. I tried to push past the cringey bits but they increase at an exponential rate. The editor must have fallen asleep while going over this one.

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main character was not believable.<br />

Main character went from a nerdy female computer geek to throat slitting, eye stabbing, gun slinging, warrior. Eventually Sargent s in the US Army seek her opinion on strategy.

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Great

Another great book by Mark Goodwin. I love the characters in this book. I’m listening to the complete box series in audiobook. I would recommend this book and all of Mark’s books.

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  • Jay
  • 01-19-20

are you a rootin' tootin' God fearing gun lover?

if you dig guns, conflict and stressful situations on repeat.. you'll absolutely love these books.

if like me you're not really getting why some peeps cling to them as the best form of defense & proceed to wear them going to the corner shop...you might not enjoy this so much...

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I nearly forgot everyone remotely relevant to the story becomes Christian...

Guns, God, Wildnerness, lots of shooting, killing and dying..

oh there's a few mentions on how to prepare for this apocalypse of AK-47s.. it involves beans and rice.


but mainly Guns and God!

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  • Flutterbi
  • 04-07-20

Could do without the bible quotes

This is a great story with detail and good characters, the only thing that bugs me is the bible quotes at the beginning of each chapter, very cringeworthy.

I had to return this, book, it turned into a bible bashing novel full of bible readings etc, not my thing at all. The story flatlined, shame really it started off well and ended up preaching.