After (Forstchen)
Books in series3
(4.3 based on 379 ratings)
  • 1
    One Second After | William R. Forstchen

    One Second After

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 21 mins)
    • By William R. Forstchen
    • Narrated By Joe Barrett
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    Already cited on the floor of Congress and discussed in the corridors of the Pentagon as a book all Americans should read, One Second After is the story of a war scenario that could become all too terrifyingly real. Based upon a real weapon - the Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) - which may already be in the hands of our enemies, it is a truly realistic look at the awesome power of a weapon that can destroy the entire United States.

    Disturbing and Very Irritating

    I selected this audio book because the post-apocalyptic nature of the story appealed to me (saddo that I am...)

    However it has a number of ge..Show More »

    Reviewed on 08 January 2015 by Andrew (Chinnor, United Kingdom)
  • 2
    One Year After | William R. Forstchen

    One Year After

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By William R. Forstchen
    • Narrated By Bronson Pinchot

    One Year After returns to the small town of Black Mountain and the man who struggled to rebuild it in the wake of devastation: John Matherson. It is a thrilling follow-up and should delight fans in every way.

    Fantastic Sequel

    I loved One a Second After which precedes this book and enjoyed One Year After just as much. I would suggest though that it would not make too much se..Show More »

    Reviewed on 29 September 2015 by Suzanne ()
  • 3
    The Final Day | William R. Forstchen

    The Final Day

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By William R. Forstchen
    • Narrated By Bronson Pinchot

    The highly anticipated follow-up to William R. Forstchen's New York Times best-sellers, One Second After and One Year After, The Final Day immerses listeners once more in the story of our nation's struggle to rebuild itself after an electromagnetic pulse wipes out all electricity and plunges the country into darkness, starvation, and terror.


    Sometimes I find the narrator a little slow in his telling of this story but that is literally my only criticism of the entire work.
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    Reviewed on 19 February 2017 by Paul (Chelmsford, UK)