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The Reckoning Series Complete Boxset (Books 1-3): A Post Apocalyptic-Dystopian EMP Attack Thriller

By: Lee West
Narrated by: John David Farrell
Length: 14 hrs and 15 mins
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Joe and Meg Birch have saved for years to take the trip of a lifetime. On the last night of their cruise, while most of the passengers are sleep - the unthinkable occurs. A suspected electromagnetic pulse (EMP) damages most of the cruise ship's critical systems, forcing the crew to divert the remaining power to essential systems.

While the massive ship struggles in rough seas, the seasick passengers grow increasingly uneasy about their situation. The flow of food and drinks has been significantly reduced, air-conditioning is non-existent, and the ship's security team is visibly armed. What they don't know is that the ship has lost contact with the mainland, and their captain is on the verge of making life-altering decision for all of them.

Skeptical of the conditions onshore and unwilling to pull into the ship's homeport without the assistance of local pilot craft, the captain elects to leave the area and seek safe harbor to the south. There's just one catch. The ship only carries enough food and fuel to last a few more days - and their destination remains uncertain. The geographical scope and magnitude of the damage caused by the mysterious event remains unknown to the crew.

With Joe and Meg's prospect of returning home about to slip away, the Birchs face an agonizing choice. Stay with the ship and take a chance on the Captain - or steal a lifeboat and try to return home. Joined by like-minded passengers and a few salty crewmembers, they decide to make their own destiny - despite the unknown dangers.

The Mutiny chronicles this impossible, gut-wrenching journey to get home, where it quickly becomes obvious that THEIR STORY IS FAR FROM OVER!

©2019 Lee West (P)2019 Lee West

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  • BANGOR, WISCONSIN, United States
  • 10-02-19

surprising book

I thought this was just a basic post apocalyptic book but as it went on it got better and better and had a few surprises thrown in. I highly recommend it.

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Different twist on apocolypse bks!

I've never listened to this author b4, but found that I really enjoyed this! Great!

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good story

very good story.
i injoyed it. nice little twist at the end. i do Recommend

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This Is One Tough Listen, My Ears Hurt

Can I get my credit back...please? I have about eight hours left - I may just call it quits. Interesting story, but executed wrong. There are several parts that go on and on and on and on. This group of characters should just be put out of their misery. Even the narrator (whom I liked in Steven Konkoly's, "Alex Fletcher Series") seemed like he was bored reading this.

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well narrated and and and an interesting angle

the narration realy makes this better. and the basic premise is good, the angle from which the story is told realy makes it work..
if I were to say something that detracts from the experiences it would be repetitive use of "now (this person) is walking up" some stage direction is better left out or written after the statement..
even a bit of variation is nice...

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pretty blah and unsuspencful

never heard I agree used this much in any other book,,,, put me to sleeq

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