Breaking Chaos EMP Disaster Book 3

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EMP Disaster Book 3

 by Grace Hamilton

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Breaking Chaos 
EMP Disaster Book 3
by Grace Hamilton

Abandon all hope…

The factory was supposed to be the last safe haven left on Earth after an EMP catastrophe shut down power worldwide. But Melanie’s group isn’t the only one who wants it. A militia who are determined to capture Nate take over her base of operations, forcing Melanie, her family, and her friends to flee into the unforgiving wasteland.

Beyond the walls, the outside world continues to spiral into darkness. With enemies on their trail, Melanie’s only hope for survival is to keep moving… or sacrifice Nate for the good of the group. After all, they can’t run forever, and she can’t deny that caring for Nate is slowing them down…

Hunted and on the run, the threat of sickness and injury hangs over their heads. Their journey will take them through savage territory, populated by desperate people who will do anything to survive. If her ragtag group can’t find a new shelter, tragedy will claim them all.

But when a team member goes missing, Melanie is forced to make a choice: keep moving forward, or risk it all to make a stand…

Robin's Review:
Wow, what a seat of your pants thrill ride. You had me at snack cake factory and a tank. This was a fast paced, page turner that made me stay up all night to finish it. It had aa interesting and well written plot with a bunch of likable and relatable characters. This story does not disappoint.

Snack Cake Factory
Melanie, wife and leader
Mark, husband
Shona, daughter
Nathan Platt, friend of daughter
Rita Mires, new member
Mr. Turner, adopted father
Lizzy, daughter
Dusty, canine

Wolverine Militia
Sue Ellen Platt, leader

Favorite lines:

“As I recall, close column formations require twenty-five to fifty meters between vehicles and a speed under twenty-five miles per hour.”

“Like a bully who loses a fight on the playground and runs to his bigger cousins to help him get revenge,”

“We’re fleeing, not fighting. Don’t forget that.”

“The only way to deal with her when she’s like this is to get away from her, then get farther away from her, then get even farther away.”

“Don’t follow Andrew’s lead,” Mr. Turner shouted back toward the break room. “Don’t run through the flames! There’s a crazy old man with a rifle on the other side!” And, as to prove the point, he fired a shot with his AR-15 in their direction.

“The charge of the light brigade,” Rita said with a laugh. “Tennyson. I had to memorize that poem in high school. ‘Stormed at with shot and shell, boldly they rode and well, into the jaws of Death, into the mouth of hell rode the six hundred.’”

“I’m not suggesting,” Melanie replied. “I’m saying it’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to commandeer that tank and charge the perimeter.”

“Oh, my gosh,” Lizzy said. “Guys, we just stole a tank!”

Emerging Chaos (EMP Disaster Book 1)
Book 1 of 3: EMP Disaster

Enduring Chaos (EMP Disaster Book 2)
Book 2 of 3: EMP Disaster

Thanks so much for an advance review copy of this book. I am voluntarily leaving a review of my personal opinions.

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