• Dark Nation: The Complete Series

  • By: Grace Hamilton
  • Narrated by: Andrew Tell
  • Length: 23 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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By: Grace Hamilton
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An EMP devastated the world. Now life is a brutal battle for survival....

When a powerful EMP blast knocks out power across the country, Molly, former Marine bus driver, Colton, and the five students they’re supervising are trapped inside a prison, surrounded by hardened criminals and with no safe exit. And it doesn’t take long for a riot to throw everything into even more chaos.

Molly and Colton must find a way to escape with their charges, even if it means trusting a prisoner who may be using them for his own secret agenda.

Once outside the prison, they discover that the world is just as dangerous, as local townspeople fight over dwindling supplies and shelter. Molly will do anything to protect her students. But can she lead them to safety as what’s left of the world collapses around them?

Loyalties are tested, new bonds are forged, and survival is a daily battle in a dying world. This boxset contains books 1-3 of the Dark Nation series, a thrilling post-apocalyptic trilogy.

©2022 Relay Publishing (P)2022 Relay Publishing

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Is this like an anti Tylenol book?

The book started okay but the author must have some issue with medication as it’s like every 5 seconds there is some comment about pain medication like even otc stuff like Tylenol and ibuprofen and it’s just redundant. I get it you don’t like pills but this could be the end of the known civilization but Tylenol is the problem. Like o I found a bag of pills then let’s just get rid of them? I mean I’m used to dumb MCs but 3 characters are like omg pills!!! Also the storyline is a bit slow and boring at times. Andrew Tell as always is great at narrating. Just hope it gets more interesting and or something. Also I get everyone in this book is sober but if it’s the end of the world as you know it you should keep every resource you can get. Pain meds are needed and so are antibiotics. Also would be nice to get some scope of the damage done. I realize maybe they wouldn’t be able to find out what happened if it was the whole area or country but unless it’s the whole world just an emp would only take the country down for say about a year before some form or organization would take place.

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Best by this author so far!

I've read or listened to several other series by this author and this one is by far my favorite. The pacing was good on this story without repeating itself like sometimes happens in this genre. I really connected to several characters - especially Molly, Laura, and Colton. Each of the 3 books in this complete series had it's own story arc but still connected and continued the original story.

The narrator was very good - he did multiple types of voices well and his voice was pleasant without being distracting in any way.