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EMP Survival Box Set: Seven Cows, Ugly and Gaunt

A Post-Apocalyptic Saga of America's Worst Nightmare
Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
Length: 28 hrs and 58 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
Regular price: £27.49
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Summary

A prophetic dream. An emp attack. The ultimate contest for survival!

Danny and Alisa's lives are turned upside-down when Danny begins having prophetic dreams about the judgment coming upon America. Through one of Danny's dreams, they learn about the imminent threat of an EMP attack which will wipe out America's electric grid, sending the country into a technological dark age.

Living in a nation where life-sustaining systems of support are completely dependent on electricity and computers, the odds for survival are dismal. Municipal water services, retail food distribution, police, fire, EMS, and emergency services will come to a screeching halt. Hunger, despair, and panic will push desperate people to commit unthinkable acts against their fellow human beings.

If they want to live through the most catastrophic period in American history, Danny and Alisa will have to race against time to get prepared, before the lights go out. Don't miss this epic thrill ride. Get your copy and start this heart-stopping EMP saga today!

This is the complete, four-book box set containing book one: Behold Darkness and Sorrow, book two: Ichabod, book three: A Haunt for Jackals, and book four: Vengeance.

As with all books by Mark Goodwin, this audiobook contains no profanity and no embarrassing sex scenes. However, if you're offended by conservative principles and biblical references, this might not be for you.

©2018 Goodwin America Corp (P)2018 Goodwin America Corp

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Misleading, it’s a biblical story. I don’t need a Christian lecture.

Well read, but I like to listen to stories before sleeping. If I wanted to listen to a biblical Christian story I would have chosen a book as such.
Not to say I’m not Christian, but I like to choose how and when I listen to pious doctrine.

I feel cheated, and misled.
Only few chapters in, hope the Cristian biblical bias will disappear later on the book.

Ideal for our Mormon relatives but not for me.

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awful book

Want hear religion get the Bible far better story line want my credits back but don't know how.

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for the God squad

emp for the ultra religious!!! its was a strain to listen to the bible thumping nonsense for the most parts but the story was ok

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  • chris pittenger
  • 01-10-18

If you want to read the bible this book is for you

Story could be great if it wasn't cramming christianity in your face every 3-7 lines.

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  • Mike
  • 19-09-18

Way, way too much religious garbage

This novel is really hard to get through due to "come to Jesus" under tones. The first 3 hours deals mostly with the 3 main characters being reborn again Christians. It really beats it into the listener. I kept waiting for the Apocalyptic part to start but their is so much emphasis on religion that I finally turned it off. I would not have listen as long as I did if it wasn't for the great voice of Kevin Pierce.
Before each new chapter you get to hear a passage from the Bible, chapter and verse. Enough is enough.

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  • Lana
  • 18-09-18

It's a "Christian inspirational" story -beware.

I bought the story under the assumption that it was Science Fiction. I would have never bought it if I knew that it was going to be full of preaching, "inspirational" comments every other paragraph. I tried reading in 3 different spots and it was all the same. If I wanted to listen to a Sermon, I would go to a Church. Thanks! I wasted my money.
It should be only offered in the Inspirational-Christian category!!
CORRECTION: I've just seen that it's labeled under "Religious" Fiction. The cover of the book and main description didn't seem so, though. I had to read all the small print at the very bottom to see the warnings about its Biblical references etc.

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  • dan
  • 17-07-18

this was the best, the very best

this was the best post-apocalyptic Thriller that I have ever read. And I have read a lot of them. It made me laugh it made me almost cry and it kept me on the edge of my seat. I got stuck in the driveway many times not wanting to pause the book 2 go into the house. also the four books set for one price is a tremendous value. 28 hours of listening pleasure

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  • Steve
  • 22-09-18

Biased Dribble

Before reviewing this book I should first write a little about myself so you can understand my potential biases. I am a Christian that attends church and Bible study regularly. I am active in the church, send our kid to a Christian school, and seek out Christian entertainment. I also shoot guns, have made preparations for basic emergencies, though I am far from being a prepper. Where I differ from the author is that I am an independent voter. I lean towards capable leaders regardless of politics, all things being equal I then look at the character of the person, and last I consider their platform.

This book has been difficult to listen to, even as a Christian. The situations and dialog are simply not realistic. No way two recent converts would simply put away sinful ways and live as piously the the characters in this book. We are all sinful, even the most devout Christians. If anyone thinks otherwise they are deceiving themselves.

Next the author as injected some of his political bias and made several jabs at liberals and "anyone who votes for pro-life leaders". Liberals are not the problem, it is the us vs. them mentality. I know many liberals who are not only better people, but better Christians than many conservatives. The us vs. them mentality is not only dividing the country, it is placing a wedge between believers and unbelievers. The first step to converting someone is to become their friend so that you can open a dialog. How can you hope to do that if you criticize them? The author appears to have forgotten this lesson.

Matthew 22:36-40:
“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

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  • Jeremiah
  • 24-07-18

Good read, quality Morals. a story of survival,

Nice story, truth, faith, family. good action and suspense.

Worth the credit that I spent.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-06-18

Fantastic clean apocalypse book

This is a wonderful set of stories. It starts a touch slow yet really does great character building and real life problems...

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  • Jahnew
  • 19-04-18

Preaching. Preaching

Having a prophetic dream ok. It’s mainly preaching with some EMP. Way too much for me.

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  • Sue
  • 22-07-18

Entertaining, educational, no swearing, Christian

Good story, good character development with a variety of characters. Exciting, informative about prepping, realistic about people's behavior. Appreciated no swearing, the sacredness of life including the unborn, respect for God's marital arrangement nicely done. Some sadness. Antoine a cool character, Catfish memorable. Prophetic dreams and quotes from the Bible nicely done.
A few of the prayers not humble enough - telling God what to do instead of saying please and petitioning. Reliance on prayer and reading the Bible very good. Most of the voices good, would have preferred Antoine's voice to be deeper since he was almost 7 feet tall, 300 pounds and an Afro American.
Length - almost 29 hours - a bargain. Very nice that this was sold as a box set instead of dividing up the books and trying to sell individually to make more money. Thought it a kindness to author's fans, customers.

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  • sharia k. Robinson
  • 07-06-18

This is just a book about a book.

Basically a sunday school lesson wrapped in a good boy scout story. very disappointed. .

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