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Summary

Five friends. West L.A. The power goes out, and everything with it. Civilization as they know it has ended. And they are in the worst place they could be - surrounded by looter gangs and millions who will soon be desperate and dying.

Young, fit, but ill prepared, their choices are few and stark.

Jeremy's Run: L.A. Dark is the first installment of a serial story that chronicles an epic struggle of the human spirit to survive, to prevail over the odds, to retain one's humanity, and to keep alive the hope for a new and better future.

©2013 G.F. Gustav (P)2013 G.F. Gustav

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not bad. a bit of a teenagers book

Not a terrible read but didn't have me on the edge of my seat. characters felt flat and disconnected from reader with no depth at all. Narrator didn't help with his one tone for everyone voice. he didn't add much to the read and often made it sound very LA in tone and culture. a teenager voice over and characters all teens or there abouts made the story very flat. not inspired to read the second.

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  • 21-10-17

Unexpectedly Great

I first came across these books and downloaded them almost three years ago. I've finally worked my way through my audiobook list to arrive at L.A. Dark. What a treat! It sets up a great story with interesting characters and gets the listener invested right away. The first book in the series is basically an introduction to the rest of the books and leaves you wanting more, so definitely be ready to commit to the journey. Enjoy!

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  • Josh McCartney
  • 16-02-21

just dont

it's like th as t chick u know u shouldn't date but do anyways, being stuck in a bad relationship cuz u think it might get better and never does

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  • 17-12-16

FANTASTIC!!!!

I don't know what caused this guy to stop writing, but... PLEASE KEEP GOING!!! This is an amazingly good read! I couldn't put it down. It offends me that he stopped after hooking me so firmly. He's either just an asshole, or he got some disease that prevents him from using his hands. Whatever the case DO NOT START READING THIS THING UNLESS HE GETS OFF HIS ASS AND STARTS WRITING AGAIN!!!!

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