The Complete Survive the Fall Series (A Post Apocalyptic Survival Thriller, Books 1-5) Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Get the best-selling Survive the Fall post-apocalyptic series now in one complete edition. For a limited time, grab the box set for 60 percent off!
A single Coronal Mass Ejection...
...was all it took to bring down the grid.
The world will never be the same.
Russell Cage would much rather work on his crumbling marriage and life than leave town with his best friend. But the fun weekend planned turns tragic when their plane loses power in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Battered and beaten, Russell emerges from the wreckage alone with no choice but to hike through the mountains and find help.
Teaming up with a prepper, and her faithful dog, Max, Russell battles his way back to his family. But on a road littered with roaming gangs and unscrupulous mobsters, reaching his loved ones in time maybe more than he can bear....
The Complete Survive the Fall series is a riveting action-packed story of surviving the end at all costs. If you like flawed, complex characters and rugged adventure stories, then you'll love this post-apocalyptic tale.
A disaster/survival series perfect for fans of Ryan Schow, Grace Hamilton, Harley Tate, Jack Hunt, Boyd Craven, and Kyla Stone.
Books included in this box set:
The Complete Survive the Fall Series:
- Powerless World
- Madness Rising
- Dark Roads
- Total Collapse
- Fight Back
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|Listening Length||30 hours and 50 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||August 30, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #7,266 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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- Chambering a round when a round should already be chambered (if it was fired recently, did they eject the round without a magazine in to eject it and just placed the magazine back in without chambering a new round)
- Finger on the trigger or trigger guard (ironically enough, causing characters to experience negligent discharges)
- Semi-auto handguns "clicking" empty (unless this is a revolver - it occurred with semi-autos in the book - this isn't likely to happen unless a malfunction has occurred)
There are others but these are some of the examples. Most of these could have been addressed with some Internet research or watching videos. There is just too much information on how firearms work.
These missteps take you out of the suspension of disbelief that is required in reading. As a result, I can't recommend this book or, sadly, any of the authors other works until this is addressed. I don't expect the author to be a high-speed operator or run-and-gunner but a little research goes a long way to weaving a believable tale.
The best works of fiction, are fact based. That includes firearm depiction.
To be perfectly straightforward, the story framework was good and the story interesting. A good editing could make this group of short books into something worth reading. But when the end of the first book and beginning of the second started allowing use of vehicles, seemingly just for the benefit of the main characters or their antagonists, I gave up.
I can't recommend this series.
“Dipping the Chin…”? Chin dipping constantly, by all the characters.
Fast paced and loaded with action. I appreciated the strong female roles. The series most likely draws a greater male audience. I read more for ‘plot’ and followed characters than the violent action scenes. I loved Max, the German Shepherd and the Chapter 24 epilogue was a satisfying conclusion.
I would recommend this series mostly to thriller/crime drama readers, as well as for apocalypse fans.
Characters? They suck and I want them ALL DEAD. Every Russell should die Sarah should die and the books could have been distilled into 5 chapters; 2 chapters each for Russell and Sarah to exhibit their Complete stupidity and a final chapter where they did horrific deaths.
Stilted dialogue, made for TV "action" sequences, larger rinse repeat.
Just a colossal waste of time.
Lousy editing makes it funny in places however I for think this High school level author was going for a humor genre.
It's like he Googled "how to write formulaic dystopian fiction" and followed the step by step instructions. And still messed it up.
While I don't judge the writing as harshly as some have, I admit the structure sometimes just felt lazy and even uncomfortable with a good chunk of those issues involving the use of the dog Max. I swear sometimes I got the feeling the narrator wanted to make out with Max.
With those things said, it kept me interested and left enough open for a sequel/parallel series that I might look at if it happens. With the sale price I got this collection under, it was good enough for me to enjoy most of it as a gap read (reading between book collections/series that I do like a lot). I however would never pay anything close to full price for this.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us your readers! I personally enjoyed it immensely!