For Us The Living Judgment Day The war lasted minutes but the fight s far from over Sergeant Danielle Walker is on a hostage rescue op in Yemen when a mysterious EMP strike changes the world Cut off from civilization and deep with

  • Title: For Us The Living: Judgment Day
  • Author: R.A. Peters
  • ISBN: 9781517266134
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • The war lasted minutes, but the fight s far from over Sergeant Danielle Walker is on a hostage rescue op in Yemen when a mysterious EMP strike changes the world Cut off from civilization and deep within insurgent held territory, Walker and her team must team up with old enemies to defeat a merciless invasion force a foe that s already mopping up their worldwide conquest.The war lasted minutes, but the fight s far from over Sergeant Danielle Walker is on a hostage rescue op in Yemen when a mysterious EMP strike changes the world Cut off from civilization and deep within insurgent held territory, Walker and her team must team up with old enemies to defeat a merciless invasion force a foe that s already mopping up their worldwide conquest In the post apocalyptic ruins of America, her prepper husband, Dixon, struggles to bug out of Judgment Day None of Dixon s expensive preparations are enough in a world on the brink of annihilation With nothing but his wits and the clothes on his back, Dixon must survive a cutthroat new world order to save himself and his stepdaughter.

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    1. I really love Post Apocalyptic and prepper stories, so was really eager to read this. I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this! I absolutely loved dual POVs! The story is told from the POV of a man and his step daughter. The man considers himself a prepper but during the apocalypse non of his plans go right and he ends up going through multiple plans whilst trying to survive. He also has to deal with a step daughter who tries his patience at every step. He does his best with what he has and [...]

    2. “Judgement Day” is novel embracing two genres. One storyline is prepper and set in northern Florida. The other storyline takes place in Yemen with highly trained military personnel and assets and falls firmly into the sci fi genre. There is an elegance in the way that Peters divides the narratives of those people in the know from those still guessing as to what has transpired and without comprehension of how complex the end of the world has become.It does take a while for things to really ge [...]

    3. I found myself getting very frustrated with this book. I do understand that with these types of books, which I usually enjoy and have read many others you have to suspend yourself from reality. That being said I found some of the characters to be very unbelievable and usually with these books I tend to be very very forgiving when it comes to this sort of thing because I like the book. I definitely cared more for only one of the points of view than the other I did like the setting of the step fat [...]

    4. One-third of the way through and I'm still not sure who or what the invasion force is. I've heard meteors, Russians, Chinese, and some have speculated alien spacecraft. There appears to be an associated EMP, but I'm not sure what caused it; solar or nuclear. Story bounces between two POV; Army wife in Afghanistan and husband & daughter in Florida, both teams dealing with similar circumstances. Two-thirds through and I have to give up. The story has become boring and I have too many other boo [...]

    5. This is rather trite apocalyptic science fiction. It's predictable and totally unbelievable. The characters aren't particularly likable and their developmentis weak. Worst of all, the story is unfinished. Although it doesn't end in a cliffhanger, major threads remain unresolved at the end of the book. Kevin Clay's performance is quite competent. His character voices are distinctive and appropriate. However, I can't recommend the story. NOTE: I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange f [...]

    6. A gripping story!This is a great scifi story for the prepper reader. When the SHTF, the S really HTF. Peters is former military, and it really shows with his detailed and spot on accounts of battle and the science behind this fiction. If you're a fan of Stephen Konkoly or Tom Clancy, then you need to read this book.

    7. I enjoyed the sci-fi as well as character development. I can't wait for more. Great author. I have already began the story again. "This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

    8. Good twist at the end Enjoyable read, hard to put down. Written with all the current political and military jargon. Only thing I didn't like was the be continued, whenI wanted to read more.

    9. Judgment DayI liked the story that is different, there will be a Judgement coming. But it will be God. This book had a greatStory of ISIS a bad great

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