After the Fall: Jason’s Tale Review

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  • In a world without power, Jason must fight for survival as he heads to the wilds of the Appalachian Mountains. In this story, ably narrated by Gabriel Zacchai, an electromagnetic pulse attack on the United States shuts down all power, communications and transportation. With no food deliveries, and no vehicles working, society begins to unravel. Starvation and death begin to reign and panic leads to violence. Marauding gangs roam the countryside, stealing, killing or worse and cities begin to wall themselves off from the danger outside. As society breaks down, Jason heads to the Appalachian Mountains to avoid the growing anarchy, hoping to wait out the chaos. The gangs threaten but loneliness becomes his biggest enemy as the solitude envelopes him. In a secluded mountain valley he finds a woman, Anne, and her two daughters struggling to survive. They are near starvation when Jason shows up. Violence soon follows him. Survival will mean fighting…and killing. The power hasn’t returned, the country is still shattered and Jason and Anne must struggle for a new life in a dangerous world. If you like One Second After and other survival/post-apocalyptic stories, you will enjoy this personal story of trying to survive and thrive after an EMP attack. Gabriel’s compelling narration brings this exciting tale to life.

Check Out What Readers Said about Kindle/eBook!

“The sex scene left me scratching my head as it was oddly detailed and descriptive, but the 13 year old girl touching herself described in equal detail? Too much. Also the constant underlying sexual tones involving the teenage girls were, at best, cringe worthy.” By Michael

“Good story but felt like I had read it before. Only major problem for me was the sexual situations with both teenage girls, there was no reason for it and did not help or move the story along.” By B. Salinas

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Product Details

Author: David E. Nees
Audible Audio Edition
Kindle Price: Paperback $12.99, Audible $0.00
Listening Length: 7 hours and 44 minutes
Program Type: Audiobook
Version: Unabridged
Publisher: David E. Nees
Audible.com Release Date: December 9, 2016
Language: English
ASIN: B01NAGQRST
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #309 in Books

This article was written by David