The Survivors - A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Novel

Enter Darkness, Book 3
Narrated by: Andrew B. Wehrlen
Series: Enter Darkness, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 30 mins
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Cold and alone, Brad finds himself at the harsh frontier of this terrifying new world. He’s lucky to be taken in by a new community of survivors - a militia enclave - and at first, they seem to have a good thing going. Food, supplies, and leadership. Has Brad found his new safe haven?

Of course, nothing in the new dark world is easy, and though things seem to be idyllic on the surface, his new community quickly begins to show its true colors....

Can Brad keep his moral compass as everyone around loses theirs? And can he track down Anna and the children before it’s too late?

This is the third book in the Enter Darkness series.

©2018, 2019 K. M. Fawkes (P)2019 K. M. Fawkes

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Great series

Read books 1 and 2 first
Great addition to the series
I liked that this was a bit darker
The part where brad finds the houses was creepy good
Andrews narration is excellent like usual highly recommended
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MIND BLOWN!

First I have to start off by saying that this book was given to me free of charge for a review of the audiobook, but as always, this does not change my opinion and will not determine how I review the book or the rating that I give it.

This novel was amazing and was my favorite read of the week. I have a thing for apocalyptic/post books and this was right up my alley. I highly recommend this book.

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What next

The Survivorss, Enter Darkness, Book 3, By: K. M. Fawkes tells a story post apocalypse struggle of survival.

It has good characters and a good story line.

The story doesn’t end in a cliffhanger, but does leave the story where you want to know what happen next.

I can’t only remember any corse Language. There are no sex scenes. Although there is some violence it doesn’t go into a lot of details. A man does get throat cut and there is a hint of cannibalism.

Narrator Andrew B. Wehrlen does a good job, brings each character alive with their own individual voices.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher free of charge for a honest, unbiased review.

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A great series.

This is the third book in the series. I would recommend reading them in order. They are short but we are following Brad and how he learns to survive. In here he ends up at a retirement facility. He thinks they are so nice. But looks are deceiving. This is an enjoyable and entertaining series.
I listened to this On audio. Andrew B Wehrlen did a wonderful job on the narration.

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A good entry in genre

I liked this audio version of the series. The first two were eBooks. I liked the first two better. I believe the author ran out of steam pretty much throughout book 3. Book 3 seemed to plod on to the end. Would I recommend this series and this book? Yep, I sure would. Now for the obligatory: "I was given this free review copy audio-book at my request and have voluntarily left this review." "I was voluntarily provided this review copy audio-book at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator.”

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  • 06-14-19

Awesome survival series

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I would definitely recommend reading or listening to the first 2 books before this one. Not that you need it to follow what is going on (it's a post apocalyptic story, after all) but I can see how it would make it more interesting to have the background knowledge about the survivors. The narration is very good and I have thoroughly enjoyed this whole series. On to book 4

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Was Just Ok

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This review is for the audio copy of The Survivors - A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Novel: Enter Darkness, Book 3, by K. M. Fawkes and narrated by Andrew B. Wehrlen. This book was just ok for me. To be fair, I jumped right into book three (this book), without having read or listened to books 1 and 2. But there was just enough back story to get me going. The story developed decently but I never got really attached to the protagonist. The narration was good, Andrew did a good job with differentiating the characters. The story just did not grab my attention or interest. Not bad but not above average either.

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The Survivors

Loved it! Brad is found,nearly dead, by another group of survivors. Andrew B Wehrlen was again,the best narrator.I can't wait to read book 4!
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Will this be our future

The Survivors - A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Novel: Enter Darkness, Book 3. The adventure continues or should it be the nightmare continues, the post apocalyptic world is no place for the weak & naive. Gripping and fast paced our hero makes another mistake which may cost him dearly.
Good entertainment, just as good as the first two.
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Book Four Here I Come!

This is not a stand-alone book, if you haven't read the first two then read them first. The only reason I gave it fewer stars was because I was disappointed in how much bad language was added in and I'm hoping the next book has less of it. In books 1 & 2 there was an occasional f-bomb or cuss word but this one it was triple the amount at least. I can handle a few especially if they are well placed but this one had just too much. The storyline and pace were great, I am hooked. It starts off right where book two left off and has several nail-biting moments and yes leaves off in another cliffhanger. The narrator does a great job and I really enjoyed listening to him. This book is definitely geared for a young adult to an adult crowd between graphic violence and bad language.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 05-24-19

The trash pit is for things that aren't useful.

Part three of the post apocalyptic serial, Enter Darkness, finds Brad still looking for his 'family' - Anna, Sammy and the young girl they rescued. His nights are haunted by dreams of fire and screams and, to make everything worse, it has started to snow again.
This refreshing take on survival after the U.S. Is plunged into a post MRI world has a feeling of validity which so many others do not. Brad isn't supertrained, though he did learn to hunt as a youth, and his father was a prepper, so initially things went pretty well for the man, but now, with the lodge lost, and alone without supplies in the freezing weather, the prospect is not looking good. As always, the narration by Andrew Wehrlen perfectly complements the story, being clearly and briskly read with full character voicing s and understated emotion.

This is an excellent and absorbing serial which needs to be read in order to properly succeed. The episodes are fairly short and quick to hear and the whole is recommended for anyone enjoying post apocalyptic survivalist stories. But be warned, once started on this ongoing tale, it is very hard not to continue. I'm about to start book four now.