All That Rises: A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Thriller (Lone Survivor, Book 4)

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Who will survive in the fourth and final book in the best-selling Lone Survivor saga?

After a hellish journey on the Appalachian Trail, Landon Gray reunites with his wife Sara, only to learn of her infidelity. But that’s only the beginning of their troubles.

Although all is calm in the coastal community of Castine, Maine, death is at their doorstep. As tragedy strikes close to home, and Mick Bennington manages to turn the tables on them, the small town they worked so hard to defend is now on the verge of collapse.

Without the support of militia and residents turning on one another, the survivors have no choice but to leave. But leaving isn’t easy when the family is divided and danger lurks around every corner.

Will the Grays pull together before it’s too late, or will Castine fall into the hands of a tyrant?

All That Rises is the fourth and final book in Lone Survivor, a post-apocalyptic EMP thriller series that follows a group of survivors as they fight to stay alive after an EMP destroys the nation’s power supply.

1 review for All That Rises: A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Thriller (Lone Survivor, Book 4)

  1. Leah Brock

    This review is also posted at Audible.

    This book is the last book in the “Lone Survivor” series. Read the other 3 books first. They are well worth it.

    Book 4 has shifted the action almost solely to the town of Castine, ME. This doesn’t mean there’s not a lot of tension and suspense still to come. Who will be in control? Will the townspeople cede control to megalomaniacs or will they assert their own? How has the EMP event affected individuals, both for the best and for the worst? How is the town preparing for long term power loss?

    Once again we have plenty of action and suspense. Now that Landon is back in Castine, we see how he, Sarah and Max have been changed by the EMP. There are some nice character interactions when the threat of danger seems to have waned somewhat. But, of course, the threat is still there. The book had a nice balance between characterization and action. There is a satisfying conclusion that, while not exactly happy forever, is at least happy for now.

    Jack Hunt’s well-written, well-plotted book, interpreted by narrator Miles Meili, makes me glad I requested a free review copy of this audiobook. The book shows what a talented team they make.

    The preceding is my voluntary review.

    Highly recommended.

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