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One day, the power goes off and the world falls silent. And in two very different parts of America, two very different nightmares are about to begin. 

In Manhattan, Elizabeth and her brother Henry are all alone in their parents' apartment. Looking out the window, they can see the carnage slowly spreading through the city. But as hopes fade for their parents to come back, Elizabeth and Henry discover that dangers might already have entered the building. 

Meanwhile, in Oklahoma, Thomas and his family live on an isolated farm. They too have noticed that something has changed, and a chance encounter on a deserted road leads to a moment of pure horror. An infection is spreading, and soon more victims begin to fall.

©2018 Amy Cross (P)2020 W. F. Howes

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Nothing special, and a bit of a rip off

I didn’t like either of the narrators, neither were pleasurable to listen to, the story never gets going, no shocks, no major character deaths, twists or surprises, all very generic, but what I really didn’t like was how book 1 ended just mid story, not a at a cliffhanger or a mayor incident, the book isn’t long so poor value, I suspect it’s short so they can sell more titles from 1 story, why else would it stop while the story is still in the early stages.also there seems to be 2 story’s running side by side which don’t interact with each other and that just didn’t work for me.
I won’t be buying book 2.
If you like the sound of this book but are unsure then I recommend ‘the stand’ by Stephen King, over 40 hours long for 1 purchase. This one is a poor copy of the stand in my opinion.

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Fantastic book highly recommended.

Excellent book and well presented with the two readers. Highly recommend the book and can't wait for book 2

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  • Eileen Darnell
  • 23-05-20

This book should never have been published

The language in this book was full of F bombs. The story line didn't make sense. Probably the worst book I have ever came across.