Shoot Like a Girl: The SHTF Series, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Would your neighborhood work together to survive if the s--t hit the fan?
More chaos erupts in book two of the SHTF series when the lights don't come back on and there's still no word - or help - from the government. Tullymore is divided, and on the brink of an internal war. Tensions only rise further when one innocent life is on the line, and they must make a deadly trip into town to scavenge for a crucial supply that someone may have had all along.
Do you bring enough to the table to join a stronger group?
On the homestead, Jenny is a shocking surprise to everyone, and Puck is feeling as though he must stand up and be a man to prove his mettle to the group in order to stay. But there might not be the safest place to be, after all.
A map to the farm is lost - and found - by the worst possible people. Now, they have more to fear than just dehydration and starvation.
Gird your loins....
Elmer mounts his tractor and attempts to return home to his dear wife, Edith. But when pop goes the weasel, he's not the only one surprised by what lies ahead on the road.
Bullets and blood are the new currency, and death is imminent unless they can all learn to Shoot Like a Girl in book two of The SHTF Series, a post-apocalyptic thriller.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 15 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 23, 2018|
|Publisher||Scorched Earth Publishing, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #64,410 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,038 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#3,918 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
#5,076 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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During my reading of the first book a sensed a tiny bit of political "stuff" but really not enough to turn me off.
I'm a Democrat that dislikes big government and a liberal that proudly owns several firearms.
So don't pay much attention to those folks that are writing reviews that insinuate that these books are written to support our EX President cause it just ain't so.
I like her characters (well some of them) and I really like the way she writes.
If your into the TEOTWAWKI BOOKS ,,,, YOU'LL Like these
Also hard to believe that the main prepper didn't apparently do ANY double checking on the tasks that he'd delegated - even knowing full well the faults of those he had given the jobs to.
All that being said, it was a treat to see some women who had all their stuff in one sack (except for one of them...sigh) and who could rise to whatever the occasion demanded.
All in all a good read but hopefully as the series continues, some of them will get smarter before they get dead!
The Bikers we are introduced to in “Fight Like a Man,” show up, still on their scavenger hunt. Surprises abound, and we learn more about some of the members o this gang.
In Jake’s upscale neighborhood a crisis is looming, lives are on the line. Will one mans selfish need to be “The Boss,” cause the loss of an innocents life? Can the neighborhood unite in these terrible times?
If you like a novel that keeps you guessing and on your toes, Akers “Shoot Like Girl” is definitely a Book you want to read.
Now for the good stuff. Great characters and stories that weave in and out of a world turned upside down. Cliffhangers? Definitely. It’s an apocalypse. Is she gonna leave you waiting to see what happens to your beloved characters, yes. That’s why it’s a series. Did I mention that everything including poo hit the fan. Cause it does and it’s a great story that will make you read (or listen) for just a little bit more.
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My biggest problem is his continuing spoilers. I probably should have known better after reading the prologue of the first book. Will I buy the third novel? Not a chance.