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Publisher's Summary

For the first time ever, the complete four-book Locker Nine series is available in a box set. A number one best seller in both the post-apocalyptic and dystopian genres. Includes: Locker NineGrace Under FireCompound Fracture, and Blood Bought.

Description of book one, Locker Nine:

A determined young woman and a psychopath living out his favorite video games clash in the apocalyptic aftermath of a nationwide terror attack.

Grace's dad taught her survival, self-defense, and shooting, then sent her away to college, hoping she'd never need  those skills. All he wanted was to give her a fighting chance if the world fell apart.

Then, it did.

Near the end of Grace’s freshmen year, coordinated terror attacks take place at dozens of locations around the country - including on the campus of Grace’s university.

Grace and her father barely have time for a single rushed phone call before they lose signal. Robert reminds Grace of the key he gave her when she left for school - the key that she never takes from around her neck.

She doesn’t know what it opens. She doesn’t know where the engraved numbers will lead her. All she knows is that her dad once told her this key could save her life.

With her roommate in tow, Grace embarks on a treacherous journey home and ends up in the crosshairs of another desperate traveler - a seriously disturbed gamer who sees nothing but opportunity in a world that now resembles that of his favorite video games.

©2016, 2017, 2019 Franklin Horton (P)2020 Franklin Horton

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everyone in the world is my enemy

this book paints everybody except survivalist as bad guys. the whole thrust is that I will take care of me and mine and I am justified in anything I do to anyone else in the world.

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Good listen

This has been a great audio book. It sucked me in. Hate that I finished it. It’s def. well worth the credit.

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Killed it

As usual the duo killed it!!! Great story,great characters, great everything! I am a forever fan! Keep it up boys!

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Worth plowing through the slow start

Overall, this was a great 4 book series for me. I have only two issues and the rest of the book series kept me listening in every spare moment of my day until done. The story line created some interesting twists and ties between characters. Some parts seemed predictable, but then right when I thought I knew where it was going I would get surprised. I had read a review that said everyone but the survivolists were bad guys. I did not see it that way. There were plenty of references to how society in general outside the main characters, and I would say most were cast as desparate rather than bad people. Others were innocents caught in the wrong place unprepared and little emphasis was given to them, and rightfully so otherwise the story might have got slow in spots. Issues: (1) The start had me worried and it took a while to get to the meat of the story. Once the title is decrypted, you are home free from the slow start. (2) Techically I did not like the way the books were broken down in the app. I would highly recommend this to folks who enjoy fiction about how life in the USA might look after a rapid collapse and how preparation might help ease the effects, especially when combined with a healthy dose of cautious living.

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not bad, but pretty unrealistic

a very frustrating book! While overall not bad, the characters repeatedly do stupid s*** that would be unlikely for somebody with training and experience. also ridiculous unlikely situations, like not getting out of the way of a coasting car. also, I have a hard time believing did that many people including law enforcement and Families, would knowingly go along with a plan to forcibly take somebody else's retreat.

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Thoroughly enjoyed this series.

Not sure how I stumbled upon this series but man I’m glad I did. I don’t usually go for the military post apocalypse type story but this was more civilian and family survival. Now I need to see if the Mad Mick series is on audible.

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  • 01-17-21

great thriller

i researched how to make soap from scratch! it really makes you paranoid. if me and family survive we've got franklin to thank. Thanks Franklin