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An unthinkable act. A family in danger. Their next breath could be their last.

The Culpeppers are in Vegas for a vow renewal when missiles from a coordinated terrorist attack streak across the sky, delivering a deadly new chemical weapon that disperses wider and lasts longer than previous generations. It is death in a single breath, with bone-breaking seizures and brain damage from contact with just a drop of the gas. Separated from their family amid the chaos, Jake and Hannah must find their way to each other so they can locate their missing children and Hannah’s mother. No one is safe, and no one knows if they'll all survive Vegas.

This is a disaster thriller featuring chemical warfare and how such an event might unfold for the average family. There is some violence and a bit of swearing, but no sexual content.

©2019 Kit Tunstall (P)2019 Kit Tunstall

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Good story

I like the way the author went with this
The plot seems more realistic targeting humans with chemical warfare instead of nuking everything to smithereens
Good story and narration fans of disaster survival will enjoy this
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Not quite Zombies

When the Culpepper family drive to Las Vegas they are not expecting missiles to be dropped with a poisonous gas. The family has separated doing their own thing in Vegas. They must find each other but where is Grandma? J Scott Bennett does an Excellent job narrating this book.

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Very good

This audiobook was very good. I found it had a lot of suspense, mystery and action. The narrator has really brought the story to life.

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Excellent Story!

The fact that the premise of this story could actually happen makes this tale a frightening one. This is very well written and as usual, Mr. Bennett does a fantastic job of narrating.

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Scary! Because it could happen!

We hear about the possibility of chemical warfare all of the time, and Surviving Vegas brings this possibility to life. Who would think that while on vacation this could/would happen? In this book, it did and Author T.K. Reilley lets us see how it effects just a few people in the area and the changes this causes in their lives. I listened to this book in 2 days because I couldn't put it down!
As I said, I listened to the audio book version of this book and J. Scott Bennett is a story teller! He brings the story to life. I feel all of the happiness, sadness, hurt, anger, etc, that the characters feel. He has great way of bringing the character's personality out in the cadence of their talk and their accents. I always look forward to Scott Bennett's work!

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Thriller

This book was full of excitement and adventure. Defiently not boaring. I thought it was written well. If this is what you like you will love it. It is not what I like I got it because of the narriater and enjoyed that part of it. Scott Bennett did a good job narraiting this book. I received a free copy of this book and that has no influence on my review. If my review is any help will you please click on the helpful link below. Thank you.

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Decent story about missile attqcks in usa

Felt this was a decent story about terrorists attqcking America, liked how it followed one family through it

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A tale of chemical warfare

So what happens when another nation hits our cities with chemical weapons? Here is a tale of a family on vacation in Vegas when a chemically loaded missile strike is conducted in the city as well as other cities and their tale of trying to survive the gas and its aftermath of death and violently altered beings. Well written and well narrated a cautionary tale of fiction.
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post-apocalyptic tale

This post-apocalyptic story told from multiple POV's tells the tale of a mass chemical attack on the US. Vegas can be hard enough to survive normally but when a visiting family are trapped there during the deadly attack, their adaptability and survival skills become tested to the limits. The narrator of the audiobook did a great job of the characters, brought out the tension in the story well and kept my attention. This story had some good survival tips and interesting characters but the governments response, availability of supplies, such as gas masks and medications, and the altruistic nature of the survivors were a bit unrealistic (though it would be nice if people did actually treat each other like this).

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Surviving Vegas

This was a good book.I enjoyed it.It was a different kind of end of the world thriller. J Scott Bennett was a fine narrator. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.' 

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  • 04-02-21

excellent

in my opinion this was a great listen I would definitely recommend this book I enjoyed it

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  • Mia Harper
  • 11-06-20

Interesting

An entertaining and interesting read, plenty of action and likeable characters. I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

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  • Ian
  • 09-25-20

Good little adventure

Surviving Vegas
It was a good well written adventure good characters and the story was very interesting
And well written I wish it had been a little longer but other than that it was very good.