• Finding Shelter: A Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Thriller

  • The EMP, Book 8
  • By: Ryan Westfield
  • Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
  • Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (165 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Surviving never gets easy.

With a child on the way, Max makes the toughest decision he's ever made. He leaves home. And now he doesn't know if he'll make it back.

Without proper medical care, Mandy hopes that she'll deliver her baby without complications.

When her daughter goes missing, Georgia must leave camp once again. She has the courage and determination to find her, but she doesn't even know which direction to head in.

Finding Shelter is book eight of The EMP, a post-apocalyptic survival thriller series. It deals with real people fighting for their survival every inch of the way.

©2019 Ryan Westfield (P)2019 Ryan Westfield

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Great series

I have been following this series for some time. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I recommend this whole series.

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Good enough to stay with

The characters are strong enough have you stay with the story, after Mini in this drama the performance the characters relationships and some good writing make it really good.
The absence of political innuendos referencing the silly Pardison fighting that goes on in our country today it’s refreshing In its absence

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excellent

good as always! I wish it was a series, I'd love to see this on TV.

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Apocalypse

Really enjoyed the story, even if some of the outcomes were improbable, it n Uther has to get the job done, even if it means cutting corners. I am a Combat Vet, and a former Undercover Drug investigator...deep cover. I can relate to many of the scenarios, but probably would have been a "memorial plaqure" had I faced some of those presented by you. I like you outcome better!!!

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Like the author was tired of writing the series

Narrator Kevin Pierce is the only good thing to say about this book. It's as if the author was tired of writing the series on the last 2 books and just scribbled a bunch of pointless scenarios and nonsense just to "finish" series or to have another book to sell. Complete waste of money and time.

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Lazy writing

I feel as though Westfield really mailed this one in. The plot is non existent and goes nowhere. The gang all go on separate, ludicrous missions for no reason. Then the villain throws away his whole empire to punish a guy he’s never met before. While I typically enjoy these short books by Westfield, this one is a total let down. The whole time hop thing is annoying also, instead of telling about Sadie’s awkward return the book just ends. Months later everyone is well, and healthy baby is born.
Pierce is great as usual.

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Writing made no since.

Imagine a low budget scary movie were everyone falls down. Just random events that made no since.

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  • Victoria Baldwin
  • 04-08-22

Good series of books,.........BUT

Overall I enjoyed following the trials and tribulations of Max and Co as they fight their way through the horrors of the post EMP world. The narrator was fantastic to be fair. The books themselves I thought were rather pricey for what they were. This last book , Finding Shelter, I found to be a disappointment, seemed rushed, some characters from previous books had just vanished, and other bits from prior books seemed to have been forgotten about and miraculously righted themselves in this last book. To be honest at the end of this book I wouldn't have been surprised if a main character had said on waking up, " wow, it was all a dream after all!"

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  • Thj Williamson
  • 12-29-19

finding shelter

not as good as the other books but worth the time
characters still working together but the story line was a bit off as if Ryan was finding it hard to get the story going but hope the action would return in the next book.