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Summary

Contains books one and two of Constant Danger, a post-apocalyptic survival thriller series.

Fight the Darkness, book one

The EMP hits with no warning. The cities go black. Most cars don't run. Nowhere seems safe. In the freezing Northeast, the temperatures are just as much of a threat as the chaotic, violent population.

After years away, Meg is back for a freezing Western Massachusetts winter. She's home to take care of her ailing father. They're on the way to one his dialysis appointments when the power cuts out. Her father understands what's in store for them, and he urges Meg to join him and head to the more rural areas, where their chances of survival are greater. But without dialysis, Meg's dad is as good as dead. What will Meg do? Will she have to chose between saving her father or herself?

James is a native Floridian up in Massachusetts here on a full scholarship. Culturally, he's a fish out of water. Things are different here than in Florida, and the Northerners don't seem to like him. When the EMP hits, James is one of the few people on campus to understand the severity of the situation. It seems like the best thing to do is to drive back to Florida. After all, his old, unfashionable truck still runs fine. But James doesn't even make it to the highway when things start to go south for him.

Defeat the Anarchy, book two

What will you do to survive when society disintegrates? The mechanisms of society have collapsed. The comfortable modern lifestyle has disappeared in the blink of an eye. Violence, starvation, struggle, and strife are what remains.

Meg and James have reached the remote mountainous area. They were hoping for some reprieve from the violence of a quickly collapsing society, but what they find is anything but easy. Here, the harsh reality of the elements quickly becomes even more apparent. If they don't take rapid steps to ensure sustainable shelter, they'll be dead long before they can even worry about hunger or violence.

©2020 Ryan Westfield (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Not a Ryan Westfield book, sadly

I love Ryan Westfield and his books so was keen to get time to listen to this however, I have had to stop at chapter 9. The storyline is good, not a classical Westfield but the narration was for me terrible. It wasn’t showing any emotion, was bland at best. Sorry, not great for me.

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  • Jeffrey Quinn
  • 18-01-21

Worst

worst book in my 600 plus book library. Her dad shot 1st night of CME in his own neighborhood...please

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  • Viljar
  • 26-02-21

well that went downhill fast..

and I don't mean the actual story. I mean the quality of writing. And later on the characters become completely unbelivable. started off kind of ok. left me glad it was finished. barely made it through. sorry.

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  • KellyC
  • 11-08-21

Seriously stupid

Foibles and faux pas repeatedly plaguing the main characters in an EMP fiction series is not my cup of tea. Strong main characters make for better fiction IMHO. Taking over an hour to put a key in a door lock because your fingers are that cold? Come on… I live in a northern state and know what frostbite is and no matter the situation, if you have enough wherewithal to attempt to put a key in a lock for over an hour and still not make it happen then she should just die right then and there and put us all out of our misery. I honestly kept hoping she would just die and be replaced by a better, nicer, capable character.

So many other side stories of people doing stupid things time after time may work in comic strips but not in PA fiction. I won’t be finishing this series.

The narrators were great.

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  • M. Lance Reeter
  • 07-01-22

I've never left a bad review before.

My 1st bad review. I endured it to chapter 22 and simply could not go on! Poor character development. The author goes way too into detail, what should be said in 10 words, he uses 40 words! Makes is so SLOW to follow. I had to stop!