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We highly recommend that you listen to, Apocalypse Coming: The Tears of Ephraim: Book 1, before listening to book two as you won't understand the story line or know the characters, as book two starts where book one leaves off. 

During a joint session of Congress, two countries conspired and successfully executed a surprise nuclear attack on our nation's capital. Washington, D.C. was destroyed. The White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court Building and the Pentagon are all burnt shells; our federal government is gone. 

Simultaneously, they detonated a 20-megaton nuclear explosion in orbit, 298 miles above the heart of Kansas, causing an electromagnetic pulse which burnt out all unprotected electronic circuits in the mainland of the United States and two-thirds of Mexico and Canada. These areas are now dark. The lights went out, water is not being pumped, most of the vehicles will not run, and aircraft fell out of the sky during mid-flight. 

Now, those that are surviving are those that prepared for emergencies and disasters. However, can they survive a time unlike any in history? 

Vince and Kim Johnson, family, friends, and some of the men Vince served with years earlier prepared the best they could for the Tribulation that was happening to our country and the world. One battle has already been fought to protect their new small community. Now they must try and survive going Into the Apocalypse. 

Warning: Contains adult language and conversations 

There are several biblical references as a few of the main characters suspect that the events happening could be the beginning of the Tribulation. But don't expect a religious or typical Christian book as some of the characters use real-world adult language commonly used by many in the military. There is the violence you would expect in an apocalyptic/end times novel, and the main character has a provocative sense of humor.

We write our books based on how the world is, not on how we wish it was or even how it should be.

©2017 William Dunaway (P)2017 William Dunaway

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  • Pamela
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  • 11-30-17

WOW! Outstanding and answers lots of questions.

Would you listen to Into the Apocalypse: A Survival Novel again? Why?

Without a doubt. This is a book I can listen to over and over. Book two answers a lot of questions about book one and the authors really hit their groove. Being only the second book that they have written, I honestly believe that the Dunaway's have raised the bar on storytelling. I cried, I laughed, and I worried. The authors write where you really care about the characters.

What other book might you compare Into the Apocalypse: A Survival Novel to and why?

It's hard to compare. The storytelling is a lot like the early series of the "Going Home" series but the Dunaway's write their stories based on how the world really is. I think "The Tears of Ephraim Series" is unique and I can't wait until book three is released.

What about Ben Clark’s performance did you like?

He is outstanding, just as he was in book one. He's really in touch with the characters.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I wanted to but at fifteen hours I just couldn't, even though I wanted to.

Any additional comments?

William and Cindy Dunaway make an outstanding team. The stories are based on real people in the Dunaway's life (As explained by Cindy Dunaway at the end of book one. My thoughts go with the family of the actual Kevin Ridings(Red). I am so sorry for your loss. Red sounded like an outstanding person and someone I would want in my corner. To the Dunaway's: I know it had to be heartbreaking.

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