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"Get to the cabin."

The words of Katrina’s father echo in her mind. One sentence, her sole purpose. Her dad taught her to be prepared, and they always had a bugout plan. If the world goes down the drain, get to the cabin.

Katrina should have been alone, but she couldn’t leave her friends behind. The five teenagers escape from the fallout shelter and journey through the desert to get to the safe house in the mountains. Except, they can’t run from Project Dandelion because they are Project Dandelion. The government’s attempt to save humanity after a global nuclear war.

As the teens struggle to survive this post-apocalyptic world, Katrina learns things aren’t always what they seem and people can’t always be trusted.

©2020 Heather Carson (P)2020 Heather Carson

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Excellent Second book

Loved the first book and the second did not disappoint! Brilliant listen, absolutely recommend this series and I cannot wait to listen to the next book

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Devoured this book!

I received a free audio copy of this book directly from the author for an honest review. I finished the first book and had to jump right into the second book despite having other books to listen and review this is how much I loved this book (series), shh I also binged the third book too. I love how the characters interact and the questions and answers that are provoked within this book. I actually felt this could happen which makes the whole thing both more freaky in a omg I hope it never does sense and also that much more engaging as you just find yourself willing the characters on to succeed! I both love and hate that this was so short love as it meant I could devour it so fast and it means when you just want that short listen that totally gets you through those boring jobs it’s perfection! Then again I just didn’t want it to end. 😂

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The future are our kids!

What a great continuation of book 1!! I had one major question at the end of book 1 and I am so glad I got an answer to it. I'm pretty sure Katrina felt the same way Heather continues to show us that is a great writer and very good with world building in this series. And let's not forget our Narrator who does great as well. I'd like to thank the author for a free audio of this book, for which I left an honest review.

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  • Ashley
  • 26-11-20

Did not disappoint!

I loved book 1 and book 2 was just as good. I love the characters and the dynamic between them. The narrator is really good as well. She makes it easy to listen to! Can’t wait for book 3!

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  • SaraB
  • 23-11-20

great 2nd installment

there are unexpected turns, frustrating moments, separation, and reunions. I finished the story in one day.

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  • HCarp
  • 17-11-20

Not just a bunch of dumb kids...

After reading the first PD, I was interested to see what more Katrina and the gang could do. Where the first book takes place within the confines of the bunker, book 2 takes us to the surface, and that's where it gets wild! The kids wander, driven by one goal which is to get to Katrina's dads prepper cabin. Along the way, the kids run into rogue mercenaries, good Samaritans that take them in, and more. It's truly an expansion of an already interesting world. Lark. Let me talk about this kid from book one, without getting too involved with book 2 spoilers. In short, I've never been as angry at a character from a story before. Thats says a lot. Most of the time, the selfish and arrogant troublemakers tend to get "handled" by the close of the story. This kid keeps gaining more and more traction. I can only hope he gets his comeuppance in book 3. Regarding the writing, there is a huge shift in the writing style in some ways. More expanded and detailed, yet, remains easy to read. Carson does a wonderful job with expanding her world very well. Carson managed to have the same narrator for consistency, which I can always appreciate. Stacey Glemboski captures the sound and mood of each character, she manages to paint a vivid picture with her voice. A+ for the narrator, whom I'd assume is doing book 3 as well. Overall: what a book! A post apocalyptic dystopian that doesn't deal with zombies, radioactive monsters, or Eldredge gods wreaking havoc on the world. Instead, its "us." The humans that inhabit it already. Before, during, and after the world is destroyed. That makes for a more telling tale. I highly recommend it for your young adults, or anyone who loves these types of stories.

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  • Laura
  • 17-11-20

Get to the cabin!

My mantra while listening to the audiobook was, “get to the cabin, get to the cabin”. I’m enjoying this series so much!! The story feels so real...everything that the group encounters through their trek is something that could very well happen in real life. The narrator, Stacey does a fabulous job portraying Katrina, and the other characters. The voice, and tones are all pleasing. Enjoyable story and I finished it the same day. If your a fan of dystopian’s pick this series up.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 15-11-20

Life sentence!

I enjoyed this story, on to book two! The teens are learning more of why they were saved! Narrator was good!