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  • The Last Light of Day

  • Book 0 in Dark Days of the After Series
  • By: Ryan Schow
  • Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
  • Length: 2 hrs and 48 mins
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The Last Light of Day

By: Ryan Schow
Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
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Summary

The explosive new prequel to the much anticipated Dark Days of the After series by best-selling author of The Last War Series, The Age of Embers Series and The Swann Series!

America is changing fast. Cities are becoming dangerous. Time to bug out...

Security Engineer, Logan Cahill, and a woman who may or may not be his girlfriend, Skylar Madigan, live together, but only because it makes their conspiring that much easier.  Logan, like Skylar, is tormented by the notion that time is running out for America.

As the nation spins perilously out of control and foreign forces make their foothold in the country known, Logan is tasked with investigating the mysterious Harper Whitaker, a programmer he believes to be working under false pretenses. Is she caught up in cyber espionage, or something darker? And how does Skylar fit in with this?  Has she been using him to get to Harper?

Things are not as they seem, and the lid is about to blow off the whole city, maybe even the country. The question that plagues Logan is the question of when, and how. When does he bug out? How will he survive a total collapse of society? The good news is, Skylar has a plan and Harper just might be a part of it. Will they be able get off the grid before all hell breaks loose? The apocalypse is coming, which means the end is near...

Books in the Dark Days of the After Series:

  • Dark Days of the After
  • Dark Days of the Surge
  • Dark Days of the Apostasy
  • Dark Days of the Enclave
©2019 Ryan Schow (P)2020 Ryan Schow

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  • Philip C. Wick
  • 29-05-20

too short, don't bother

too damn short to be charging a credit for. you want to publish a pamphlet, give it away for free.

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  • Scott
  • 17-06-20

Very unhappy with this recommendation from Audible

I bought this series (the prequel and book 1) because Audible recommended them to me. They sounded good, but I thought they would be more of the survivalist or prepper genre. They are not. Just a story of Chinese invasion of California in a dystopian future. NOT MY STYLE!! I couldn't get past the prequel.

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  • Andrew Stephens
  • 07-04-20

Action packed

This prequel starts off fast and speeds up. It will keep you guessing until the end. So much substance packed into a relatively short book!

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  • Lisha Vecchiarelli
  • 30-03-21

Great Starter...quite enjoyed the story.

Purchasing next book in series. I hope it is just as good as the prequel!

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  • JASON
  • 02-04-20

Wow, just wow!

This new(I think) author really knows how to write a good apocalyptic book. His age of embers is a must listen too and of course the voice of the apocalypse Kevin Pierce is terrific.

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  • Phil
  • 07-04-21

maybe ok for the plus catalog but not worth credit

Just not a very good book, seems to skip around a lot and hard to follow.

Below average post apoc fiction novel and that's a pretty low bar.

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  • Gloria Burkhart
  • 07-07-22

Excellent start to a series

I find I really enjoy Apocalyptic novels. Part of it happens to be because of the times we are living in. I had never read any of Ryan Schow’s books prior to this one. It was excellent. I find that the narrator, whom I’ve heard in many of Mark Goodwin’s novels, is an excellent narrator who make the audiobooks he reads come alive.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-05-22

great

I'm low on my money. still ended up buying the 1st entry. I got 1 credit saved for the next. if it is as good as this one.

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  • Jarvis Kolen
  • 16-12-21

accurate

so very accurate for a lot of the concerns had by a lot of people about the future. a little inaccurate with some of the terminology, but a great listen.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 12-01-21

My First Ever Ryan Schow

I got this prequel because Kevin Pierce was reading it! Enough said!

This story is about Logan Cahill's journey from computer drone to lion during the occupation in California in the very near future. It's not Mark Goodwin's no sex, no profanity, but it's not overtly descriptive as some romances can be. This is the very first Ryan Schow that I've ever heard. So far so good!