Lights Out

Surviving the EMP, Book 1
Narrated by: Gabriel Vaughan
Series: Surviving the EMP Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 12 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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When the lights go out, how far will you go to survive?

When an EMP devastates the nation's power supply, it doesn't take long for society to spiral out of control. There is no government to guide people. There is no power and no order. Only chaos and panic.

In the immediate aftermath of the devastation, five survivors-a self-sufficient survivalist, a university student, a plane crash survivor, a young girl, and an escaped prisoner-all face a dangerous, treacherous journey towards safety.

But as the day goes on and tensions reach breaking point, our survivors soon realize this solar event is far more dangerous than they could ever have imagined...

Lights Out is the first book in the Surviving the EMP post apocalyptic series chronicling five very different survivors and the way they handle disaster. If you enjoy stories of ordinary people thrown into devastating new circumstances, you'll love Lights Out.

©2019 Ryan Casey (P)2019 Tantor

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It was ok.

Narrator was great. Story was ok . a few less carractors would be better.

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  • 01-09-20

Eh....

Not a bad story, but nothing fresh or original. A little unbelievable in some areas and a little “poly-annish” in others. It was free so I won’t knock it too much, but I wouldn’t recommend anyone rush out to grab this book.