• Nuclear Winter Whiteout

  • Post Apocalyptic Survival Thriller (Nuclear Winter Series, Book 3)
  • By: Bobby Akart
  • Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
  • Length: 6 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (283 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nuclear fallout circled the Earth like a blanket of death. Temperatures plummeted. Crops and livestock died. Man turned on man in a desperate attempt to survive. And it was just the beginning.

International best-selling author Bobby Akart, one of America's favorite storytellers, delivers up-all-night thrillers to listeners in 245 countries and territories worldwide.

This is how the world ends. Not with a bang, but with many nuclear bombs detonated around the planet. It was no longer a topic of conversation around the dinner table as in years past.

Nobody was prepared, including the world's governments. Yet the threat was always real, and the devastation was predictable.

The damage was incalcuable. Millions died at the points of impact. Nuclear winter spread across the globe. A rapidly cooling climate shocked humanity and all living things...to their death.

Akart's new Nuclear Winter series depicts a world on the edge of nuclear Armageddon. Nuclear Armageddon became reality, and ordinary Americans are paying the price.

This is more than the story of nuclear conflict. It's about the devastating effects wrought by nuclear winter. Our possible future is seen through the eyes of the Albright family, whose roots stretch back to the early settlement of the Florida Keys.

While they fight for survival, they trek across a rapidly deteriorating landscape wrought with danger from both the elements and their fellow man.

It was not our fight, but it became our problem.

Bobby Akart has delivered intense, up-all-night thrillers that have you whispering "just one more chapter" until the end.

©2021 Crown Publishers Inc. (P)2021 Crown Publishers Inc.

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Oh the edge of my seat

Again Bobby has brought the characters to life and has them in such predicaments. I really lik e seeing it in both the Colorado and Florida Keys and the traveling in between. It was fun for one location from another series was passed by one of the characters trying to get home. And I'm glad that section that showed the bad guy so much had a conclusion I could live with. But, darn if just when I was expecting the next seen to get started good Kevin stopped reading. Now I have to wait for the next book.
But this is a really good series and as always Kevin Pierce makes it sound great. Now to go re-listen to other Bobby Akart books until the next part of this series comes out. (Yes, I do re-read and re-listen to my favorites. Bobby Akart and Kevin Pierce fall within that category.)

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Intensely suspenful

The characters were so well developed that they felt like your own family or a friend. The narrator masterfully navigates the highs and lows.

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Just gets better and better

Well, here we are again. A few tissue sitting beside the phone after Akart proves that nobody is safe when it comes to Nuclear Winter.

Hang on for a wild ride through various parts of the United States as the characters figure out how to survive in this new world.

Listen as the murder mystery unfolds and the characters are thrown into even more unrest.

You’ll be hitting “Refresh” each morning waiting for the next book to come out.

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Fantastic sequel!

Book 3 does not disappoint. This is my favorite Akart series in some time (hey they are all good), this one has really grabbed me! Story line, character development and plot twists made this one a fast read. And of course Kevin Pierce nails the audio!

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non stop action.

Another jem from Bobby Akart. As usual with his books, they are hard to put down. The struggles of the Albright family trying to make it home seem insurmountable yet they persist on their journey. I highly recommend this series and all books by this excellent author.

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Nail Biting Excitement!

Wow! Another Great installment in a fascinating series. Bobby Akart has well developed characters that the reader comes to care about! The science Akart weaves throughout the Nuclear Winter series is frighteningly accurate. What happens next? Only time will tell!

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Ahart and Pierce together

As always Bobby Akart delivers a great story with real science and fact to support it.

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Another excellent series from Bobby Akart

Per usual author Bobby Akart brings together a fresh story to an apocalypse. I’ve found all of his books engaging, entertaining, with hints of good advice.

If you’re looking for a post-apocalyptic series with a totally different angle I highly recommend The Whiteout Series.

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Brutal realism without the ugly stuff

First off, Kevin Pierce is one of those narrators who has a relaxing voice but who can take you along for the ride and keep you entertained; he does really well with TEOTWAWKI style novels and this is no exception. This continuing story take us deeper into Society's fall as the nuclear winter begins to really take hold and massive population surges to the South to find relief grow, causing additional problems for our main characters and their attempts to get home. But their struggles aren't without tragedy. One can see oneself in any of the main characters, feeling the struggle to survive and trying to avoid mistakes. I'm looking forward to the next book as this one left with a slight cliffhanger that makes me want to know what happens next. who knows if reality would be similar to what we read here, or not. The real-world impact of Nuclear EMP to the electrical grid and our primary means of transportation may, or may not, be exactly as depicted here, depending on many factors, but nevertheless this is pretty close to what may actually occur - so it's worth listening to and keeping in the back of your mind.

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very impressed

book 3 was great as all of his books are. Hurry book 4. Great story.

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