• Enduring Anarchy

  • Dark Nation, Book 2
  • By: Grace Hamilton
  • Narrated by: Andrew Tell
  • Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

They survived annihilation. But the real danger has only just begun....

When Molly, Colton, and their group of high school students narrowly escape a field trip gone wrong, they return home to find their town in shambles. An EMP has devastated the world. And life has been reduced to a daily battle for survival….

After a derailed train throws what’s left of the town into chaos, Diego, the father of one of Molly's students, quickly takes charge. At first, he seems determined to help the survivors and clean up the train's wreckage. But it soon becomes clear that he has a sinister motive of his own for taking over. And Molly is certain he can’t be trusted….

Things become much worse after a failed attempt by the local police has Diego seizing control and drawing a line in the sand. It isn’t safe for anyone, and Molly is ready to head to the woods, but not without all her students. Colton might be the marine, but she isn’t leaving anyone behind.

Molly will do anything to protect her students. But can she lead them to safety when the entire world has fallen into chaos?"

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Great Addition to the Series

This second installation to the series was well written and kept me entertained from start to finish thanks to the well written character work and story line. The narrator did a fantastic job of bringing the story to life and made this as fun to listen to as it was to read.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Octavia
  • 07-11-22

A very thoughtful and gripping tale.

This book follows the characters as they experience a catastrophic change in their lives. At first, they try to adjust within their normal parameters of living. The assumption that there are people around to offer assistance in time of need is soon dispelled; in fact, their survival relies upon them learning to live in a very different world. The lawless characters adjust more readily to the changed circumstances which gives them an edge but, with the characters finding resources within themselves that they didn’t know they had, they may just pull through. An enjoyable story that will make you want to read both what has gone before and what comes after!

The book was read very well by Andrew Tell. He is one of those readers where you forget that there is only one person reading all the parts.

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  • caroline wright
  • 07-07-22

Great character development beautifully narrated

Yet again another addictive book/audio by this author and narrator. Just had to keep listening to the end and other things got put to the wayside. The characters are becoming more and more developed as we go along their journey. I dont want to say too much more but it does get addictive and the ending - wow.

The narrator just adds an extra touch to this.
I was given an advance copy by booksprout but the review is entirely my own.