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Solar Reboot

Length: 10 hrs and 5 mins
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When the solar flares first erupt, Cameron tries to rationalize the disaster away. The electrical grid will come back up. The government will reassure the panicked populace. The hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes will abate. Most importantly, Cameron’s husband and daughter will get home safely from New York City.

Instead, Cameron finds herself alone as the world tears itself apart.

Her best hope for refuge is the family’s isolated cabin, but distance isn’t the only obstacle Cameron faces. Society has been destroyed, and a bunch of scared, confused people are trying to figure out how to survive. They need a leader with a firm grip on reality and a steady hand, but does Cameron want the responsibility of so many lives?

Meanwhile, Cameron’s family travels across a ruined America in a quest to reunite with her. Alex believes that his wife is safe at their cabin in the Pacific Northwest, but he doesn’t know if his diabetic daughter, Piper, can survive the journey without access to insulin. As father and daughter fight to survive, they bear witness to not only the horrific violence desperation unleashes but also the grace and compassion of ordinary people.

©2017 Matthew D. Hunt (P)2019 Matthew D. Hunt

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I can’t believe it took me so long...

I’ve wanted to physically read this book since it came out, but I hadn’t had time to sit still, so the moment it dropped on Audible I got it and DEVOURED it while driving. I. Did. Not. Stop. Listening. except to SLEEP. Now I’m kicking myself for not reading it sooner!

I can see why this book has won awards, the content, the pacing, the humor... there was a time I woke my husband up laughing, even! It’s straightforward and suspenseful, and I found the characters to be believable. Reading about how someone with Type 1 Diabetes would survive in this situation (especially your child) was heartrending. I’m hoping Mr. Hunt continues this saga, to see how that all plays out.

I love Kate Reading and Michael Kramer in everything they do, and they were perfect for this book.

Now I can’t stop thinking about how my family would deal in this situation, so, THANKS FOR THAT, MR. HUNT!!!

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Smooth and Enjoyable

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. The actors were clear, and easy to listen to, and kept their characters defined. The story had me pleasingly hooked the entire way through, and would be interesting to see translated into film.

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Not bad

Story wasn’t bad. The side story of the stalker/peeping Tom was a bit much. Kinda story where you know nothing bad is gonna happen to the main characters.

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So bad

Just listened to the book Commune hoping to find another awesome book like that. So I gave this book a chance. First, I don't think the author researched the subject.. realistic problems, capabilities of man to solve problems using brute force. The protagonist's wife is the kind of person that the community would burn at the stake as a witch - either that or she would lead the group to their death. But the wife isn't presented in this manner, no she's the hero. If your into judgmental leadership defying the odds and common sense to stick it to dumb rednecks then this book is for you.

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