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All That Rises

Lone Survivor, Book 4
By: Jack Hunt
Narrated by: Miles Meili
Series: Lone Survivor, Book 4
Length: 5 hrs and 3 mins
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Summary

Who will survive in the fourth and final book in the best-selling Lone Survivor saga?

After a hellish journey on the Appalachian Trail, Landon Gray reunites with his wife Sara, only to learn of her infidelity. But that’s only the beginning of their troubles. 

Although all is calm in the coastal community of Castine, Maine, death is at their doorstep. As tragedy strikes close to home, and Mick Bennington manages to turn the tables on them, the small town they worked so hard to defend is now on the verge of collapse. 

Without the support of militia and residents turning on one another, the survivors have no choice but to leave. But leaving isn’t easy when the family is divided and danger lurks around every corner.

Will the Grays pull together before it’s too late, or will Castine fall into the hands of a tyrant?

All That Rises is the fourth and final book in Lone Survivor, a post-apocalyptic EMP thriller series that follows a group of survivors as they fight to stay alive after an EMP destroys the nation's power supply.

©2019 Jack Hunt (P)2019 Jack Hunt

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Excellent Conclusion

The intensity ratcheted up in this book, loaded with action and suspense. The storyline is well-written and perfectly descriptive, you find yourself absorbed into the book. The characters are well-rounded with depth, vulnerabilities, and thoroughly engaging.

Miles Meili's narration is spot on, connecting the listeners with the characters, modifying his tone, and emulating intensity in the scenes. He literally brings the book to life.

The combination of a phenomenal plot, incredible characters, and outstanding narration makes Lone Survivor standout in the genre. The conclusion is brilliantly written, leaving you feeling satisfied. I thoroughly enjoyed the series and highly recommend it to all EMP enthusiasts. I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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A great series

I've thoroughly enjoyed each book in this series. it had a great mix of action and intelligently constructed plots.

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the perfect wrap up.

The end of this series wrapped up like a Christmas present. It was once again perfectly narrated the voices were identical and the twists and turns tickets from one location to another. Jack Hunt ties up all the storylines and makes a reader wish they could follow them into the nether. I would recommend this book to anyone I hope you enjoy.

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  • Rayc
  • 02-02-20

Post Apoc with an end.

All That Rises. .
Great post apoc book and I liked the fact that it is the end of the series (so many just keep on going ) . This series concludes in a definite positive way.
As usual good versus bad. Good wins as always..
This has been a tremendous series and this final book is.of the same high standard.
Now I wait for a new series. from the author. .
Narration is excellent and compliments the storyline.
I received a free copy of this audio book at my own request and voluntarily leave this honest review. .

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  • Leah Brock
  • 20-01-20

Will the Town Succomb to Megalomania?

This book is the last book in the "Lone Survivor" series. Read the other 3 books first. They are well worth it.

Book 4 has shifted the action almost solely to the town of Castine, ME. This doesn't mean there's not a lot of tension and suspense still to come. Who will be in control? Will the townspeople cede control to megalomaniacs or will they assert their own? How has the EMP event affected individuals, both for the best and for the worst? How is the town preparing for long term power loss?

Once again we have plenty of action and suspense. Now that Landon is back in Castine, we see how he, Sarah and Max have been changed by the EMP. There are some nice character interactions when the threat of danger seems to have waned somewhat. But, of course, the threat is still there. The book had a nice balance between characterization and action. There is a satisfying conclusion that, while not exactly happy forever, is at least happy for now.

Jack Hunt's well-written, well-plotted book, interpreted by narrator Miles Meili, makes me glad I requested a free review copy of this audiobook. The book shows what a talented team they make.

The preceding is my voluntary review.

Highly recommended.

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  • Maly C
  • 20-01-20

Final

Sad that this was the last book in this series. I have really enjoyed listening to the books. The narration was amazing and made the characters come to life.

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  • Sara B
  • 19-01-20

Excellent Conclusion

The intensity ratcheted up in this book, loaded with action and suspense. The storyline is well-written and perfectly descriptive, you find yourself absorbed into the book. The characters are well-rounded with depth, vulnerabilities, and thoroughly engaging.

Miles Meili's narration is spot on, connecting the listeners with the characters, modifying his tone, and emulating intensity in the scenes. He literally brings the book to life.

The combination of a phenomenal plot, incredible characters, and outstanding narration makes Lone Survivor standout in the genre. The conclusion is brilliantly written, leaving you feeling satisfied. I thoroughly enjoyed the series and highly recommend it to all EMP enthusiasts. I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • willee
  • 16-01-20

Last of Series

Recommend you listen to All That Remains, All That and then All That Escapes to get the full effect of the characters and the story. Enjoyed the characters of Landon, Beth, Grizzly, Sara, Max, and Dakota to name a few. Landon reunites with his wife, there is a lot of action and twists and turns, good ending with good narration. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you!

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  • Jeff & Sabrena
  • 16-02-20

Typical dystopian fiction

What started out as a potentially great story in the first book of this series gradually devolved into stereotypical, trite dystopian fiction. I really liked the main characters, but the events became too contrived as the story progressed. At seven months in, there was too much availability of commodities such as alcohol, cigarettes and coffee, not to mention amunition. Where did all those arrows come from? Fortunately, the epilogue brings this story to a satisfactory conclusion.

Miles Meili delivers a consistent, competent performance Throughout the series.

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Cycletrash56
  • 15-02-20

Great Finish to a Great Series

I was given this free review copy audio-book at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This review is for the audio copy of All That Rises Lone Survivor, Book 4 by Jack Hunt and narrated by Miles Meili. This was a very good series that concluded with a satisfying ending. I was entertained throughout the series with good character development that held true for all four books. Book 4 tied up all the loose ends and left me feeling there was hope out there for the characters I cared about. The narrator did a superlative job narrating all four books. His voice made the characters come alive in my mind. I highly recommend this series.

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  • Rick B
  • 28-12-19

FANTASTIC!

He really knocked it out of the park this time. out of this world, great story and excellent plot!

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  • RJ
  • 20-01-20

Anticlimactic!

I’ve been waiting for this book, ever since the closing cliffhanger of the prior volume, All That Escapes. In concluding that story, Landon and Beth return to Landon’s home after a hellish seven-month recovery and survival hike on the Appalachian Trail, only to find Landon’s wife Sara kissing another man. Great ending! Unfortunately, Sara’s pathetic behavior and lack of loyalty made my blood boil. Even after Landon’s return, her indecision and continued support for Jake were contemptuous. My reasoning and objectivity appear to have vanished. The story is good, the characters wonderful, especially Beth. Speaking of Beth, there is no mention of her in the epilogue; a sad tribute for one who had such a profound impact on the story. Eventually, things turned out well for Castine but all-in-all was a bit anticlimactic. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.