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Nathan has been a prepper all his life - but just how prepared can one man be when faced with a 2,000-mile walk through hell itself?

In the second installment of Thomas A. Watson's explosive prepper classic, the long-predicted Coronal Mass Ejection has arrived, destroying civilization. Nathan Owens has been prepping for a disaster like this for years.

But when it occurs, he is far from his family and his refuge. He has to pull together a team of young survivalists and, as he reluctantly leads them across the hellscape of what was once the United States, Nathan has to ask himself - what else is he willing to do for them?

In the midst of this treacherous journey, Nathan discovers that crucial information has been withheld from the public - and maybe Armageddon wasn't an accident of nature after all. But how can he prove it - before it's too late?

©2015 Thomas A. Watson (P)2016 Permuted Press

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  • M. Philo
  • Pacific Northwest, USA
  • 01-03-18

Another great addition

Thomas has a master's story teller ability. His stories draw a reader in and don't let go until the end. Then leaves one searching for more. Love his stories. Recommended

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Great continuation of the story

I like the continual growth of the story and the characters.
I have the books on audio and have listen to them several times and will continue to listen to them getting something different out of them every time I listen. Thanks

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Great read!

Very detailed and decriptive. The interaction between characters is nice and almost believeable. On my way to book three.

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Much better than the First.

The narrator was much better. I am looking forward to seeing if Nathan can make it home with out losing anyone. The first book was good. This one will make you want more.

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  • Brent
  • Spokane, WA, United States
  • 05-19-17

Enjoyed the book!

This is one of the best series available on Audible so don't wait get it! I cant wait to here more from Thomas A Watson. Chris Abernathy is a excellent reader and I will be looking for more of his books.

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  • R.T.
  • San Jose, Ca
  • 05-11-17

Dark Titan Book 2

Except for the annoying syntax of the narrator, and an abrupt ending, this was an exciting story.

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good story

another great book in the series. a good story of a man doing anything necessary to take care of the ones he loves.

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Good book

enjoyed but main character is way to lucky. not enough struggle during his journey home.

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Another Good Read. keep it coming.

loved the continuing story. the new narator was a good one. keep it coming more !.

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  • RJ
  • Cottage Grove, MN, United States
  • 02-13-17

Night and day from book one; well done!

After Nathan left the truck stop he wound up adding two young teenagers to his travel plans. A young girl, Amanda was on her own and Nathan’s protective nature took over. Later, a young boy named John who had been following Nathan and Amanda was invited to join them if the boy worked out. This story is a study in people, some that are helpful and self-sufficient, others that are selfish and cruel. As is the case in the majority of this type of tale it is the people that are the main focus, not the event or the journey itself. While traveling through another town a young woman named Jasmine asked to join them and after a brief discussion was added to Nathan’s growing tribe. Some of the stories of survival and/or rescue were quite sad and emotional; others were quite funny and enjoyable. It’s tragic shame that people can lower themselves to such base desires. In the face of chaos and adversity, in a time when strength and compassion are needed, some choose to take advantage of the situation to do harm. At times the author makes you think and wonder how you would react in similar circumstances. What type of person would you be? The difference between this book and the first is like night and day. I liked the story very much, the characters are wonderful, and the writing is excellent. I almost have to go back to look if the author is the same. The narrator has been changed so I’m sure that makes a difference in presentation, but such a difference? There is a third book, which I look forward to getting to see how this tale turns out. If you were on the fence due to the first book, pull the trigger on this one, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

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  • Brad
  • 09-04-16

WOW

I loved the second book listened to the whole thing in 1 sitting hooked from the word go I can't wait for the next book to come to audio keen in for a romance between two characters age gap a bit large but in that scenario can see it happening please get the next book out quickly I am seriously amped from this book