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Summary

A massive cyber-attack crippled half the nation's power grid.

A super EMP took care of the rest.

While a cyber-attack crippled half the nation’s power grid, enemies of the United States launched an super EMP over the midwest sending the nation back to the stone age.

For Raine Caldwell and her neighbors, it couldn't have come at a worse time.

Deep into the coldest midwest winter on record, the nation is plunged into frigid darkness.

With emergency services crippled by the lack of transportation and streets snarled with stalled cars, a spark ignites and the city of St. Louis is engulfed in flames. Chaos grips the city as society spirals out of control and violence fills the streets.

With her building surrounded by fire, Raine and her neighbors are forced to flee on foot onto the snow covered streets seeking safety.

Seeking Safety is a gripping tale of an ordinary group of people as they fight to survive after an EMP plunges the nation into frigid darkness.

Would you have what it takes to survive the cold, dark, dangerous streets and make it to safety?

Seeking Safety is the first book in T. L. Payne's heart-stopping post-apocalyptic EMP survival series, Gateway to Chaos.

Other books by best-selling author T.L. Payne

  • Turbulent: Days of Want Series, Book One
  • Hunted: Days of Want Series, Book Two
  • Turmoil: Days of Want Series, Book Three
  • Uprising: Days of Want Series, Book Four
  • Upheaval: Days of Want Series, Book Five
  • Sudden Chaos: A Post Apocalyptic EMP Survival Short Story
©2020 T. L. Payne (P)2020 T. L. Payne

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  • Kaitlyn
  • 22-04-20

The Main Female Charachter was HORRIBLE

Raine was so stupid every time there was a solution or an answer to a problem her naivety only made problems worse never solved . Every single situation they found them selves in she was the root cause of it getting worse- or any one in the party. It was made in the book to seem like she was some what prepared but even doing the necessary things for survival came with a guilt trip from her smh GAH This charterer was why it was so hard to make it through the book.

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  • Rebecca Campbell
  • 04-04-20

T.L. Payne Delivers Again

Overall I liked this story. There were some moments in the middle where I wasn't sure where it was going but it all made sense as the story came to an end. This was a post apocalyptic story about everyday people who are not preppers who use what skills they have with persistence to survive. There were many interesting characters and twists. Can't wait for the next book.

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  • bebe
  • 13-08-20

Stupid, stupid, stupid

Did I tell you that I thought this book was stupid? I really did not care if any of the characters lived or died. I particularly was aggravated by Raine, a female pre-med student. She was so dumb that it made me want to slap her around the head a little bit. She created more problems in her feeble attempts to solve problems. Most of her decisions were the dumbest moves any person could make. The different ways the characters escaped from horrible situations were just too convenient and unbelievable. In fact, many of the solutions to dire situations were just abolutely ridiculous. However, I will say that the narrator was very good. I am definitely going to return this book and get something that entertains and interests me.