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Publisher's Summary

What the world dreads most has already happened. Now, there is only survival. In her dystopian and post-apocalyptic bestselling novel, The China Pandemic, A. R. Shaw created a realistic world after a much too plausible pandemic event. Now, the remaining must not only survive but thrive or risk complete extinction. The story moves forward with...

The Cascade Preppers, Graham is back in book two of the Graham's Resolution series. In the tiny town of Cascade, Washington, the members of Graham's camp endure a severe winter season. Meanwhile, The Prepper community remains dedicated to isolation and maintains their benevolent relationship. Tensions rise when tragedy strikes. The human traits of community and compassion are pitted against instincts to survive. Will they be doomed by their own efforts to coexist? Listen to the ongoing saga of Graham's Resolution, Book 2, The Cascade Preppers, for the startling revelation.

©2014 Annette Rachelle Shaw (P)2015 Annette Rachelle Shaw

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What did you love best about The Cascade Preppers ?

I enjoyed the storey and the characters. Looking forward to book 3 and seeing how the story continues.

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a good sequel in a very interesting series

After listening to Book 1, I immediately listened to book 2. This is a great series, but the books are a bit too short. The characters are reasonably well developed and the story is a good one. I have just started listening to Book 3 and like it as much as the earlier volumes.

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Great series

I only recently discovered this series. But, already, Shae has written more about the emotional toll of catastrophe and survival than most of the other current post-apocalyptic novels I have read combined.

This is a really good series that has the potential to be a long-running one.

I have to say that the narration is not very impressive in this book. The narrator did a very poor editing job and there are many glaringly obvious errors Within. He has potential so I hope his work improves.

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Solid 3.5

The good. The story and the narrator is good and getting better. The bad. The story is to short and the editing is subpar with about 5 or 6 repeated sentences and a lot of loud swallowing sounds from the narrator left in the mix

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  • Diane
  • Little Rock, AR, United States
  • 05-20-17

Great story, choppy narration.

Book One did not have the choppy narration like this one. Somewhat distracting. I'll still be getting the next one in the series!

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  • sarah MacHattie
  • 10-24-17

enjoyable great read

The plot has twists and turns and keeps you from putting it down. However the writer still gets to the end and suddenly performs a massive jump skipping scenes we wanted to know about and the opportunity to watch certain events unfold. not as much as he did in the first book but as in book one he suddenly jumps and skips a load if stuff as if rushing to end it leaving the readed frustrated with the end. more if an issue for the reader was the narration. there were so many errors I lost count and cannot believe it was not checked before being issued. he misread some parts son they didn't actually make sense tho it was east enough to work out what he should have read and he add bits he missed with a completely different volume and tone of voice so the splice stands out like a sore thumb and distracts you. Not only that but he fsils to leave gaos in btween a chamge if setting or scene so you dint realise fir a moment that we have changed location which is confusing and annoying for the reader The errors annoy the reader and sound unprofessional making the feel of quality from the book. I will buy the next as I do want to know what happens next tho I buy begrudgingly thanks to constant errors.

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  • NormaCenva
  • 08-30-16

ok read

The second instalment was not as exciting as the first one, but it was still a good read. Was very sad about the departures of some characters but it had carried the plot lines well!