Erupting Trouble

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When the lights go out in America, this separated family must battle to survive…

Matthew Riley wants to believe that people will come together in times of great struggle, but as panic and chaos set in after a massive EMP event, he has to face the fact that the only people he can trust are his family. His ailing father, David, an Army vet, has the skills the Riley family needs to survive in the dark new world, but with no medication for his heart condition on hand, keeping him alive may be an impossible task as they journey home from what was supposed to be a simple day trip.

She’ll keep her daughter safe and reunite her family…

Kathleen doesn’t share her husband’s optimistic view of humanity. When the power goes out during a visit to her brother in prison, she and her teenage daughter will need to find their way out and start the long journey back to Galena, IL, in the hope they can reunite with the rest of their family.

They’ll defend their home…

With the rest of the Riley family gone, it’s up to Ruth and her grandson, Patton, to keep their newly renovated hotel safe for the family they know is coming their way. But food is running low and some see an elderly woman and a pre-teen boy as easy pickings.

In a broken civilization the only way to survive is strength in numbers. One family is determined to work together in this new world, but will they be able to defend themselves against desperate survivors?

2 reviews for Erupting Trouble

  1. Laura Rose

    This was my first experience with Grace Hamilton’s work, and I enjoyed it a lot. The book started out slow, but once it grabbed my attention, I was enthralled. I stayed listening to the audiobook until late in the night. The characters were just a regular family thrown into a nightmarish situation, and I can’t wait to pick up the next book in the series. Matthew E Berry’s narration was good and kept my attention. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and I have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Nemesis Reviews

    Erupting Trouble (EMP Catastrophe Book One) is overall a great story and listen. There are times I wanted to bash my head because the characters did stupid things repeatedly, but under stress, we’d probably all do the same stupid things. The overarching plot divided between the main family comes together nicely. The narration overall was good but there were some words mispronounced over and over that I could not wrap my head around such as male, apocalypse, and many more I can’t remember now. Still a great narration though. Would read it again!

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