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a violent windy storm.
Rain fell for months. Ice melted. Waters rose. Land masses disappeared.
“You'll be on the edge of your seat from beginning to end.” – Reader Review
NUCLEAR WINTER BOOK 3
Published: April 22, 2021
Formats: eBook, Kindle, Kindle Unlimited, Audio, Audible, Jacketed Hardcover, Paperback
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Amazon Rating: 4.7 / 5
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NUCLEAR WINTER 3: WHITEOUT
Nuclear fallout circled the Earth like a blanket of death.
Temperatures plummeted. Crops and livestock died.
Man turned on man in a desperate attempt to survive.
And it was just the beginning.
In Armageddon, Peter Albright found he wasn't alone in the Virginia farmhouse where he sought shelter.
Lacey, Owen and Tucker became stranded in a remote part of Colorado.
Their journey to the family home in the Florida Keys continues in WHITEOUT. But not everyone makes it home.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT WHITEOUT
“Could not put it down, absolutely loved every minute of it!”
“Another roller coaster, edge of your seat story by Bobby Akart.”
“Can’t stop reading and it’s 1am and I have to work tomorrow!!!”
“The vividly described characters desperately trying to survive starvation, exposure, and the worst sides of people in these situations add the human element to the storyline. I find myself cheering on one page and gritting my teeth at the cowardly acts on the next. Absolutely terrifying. This is a great read!”
“Made me cry. Made me shout is anger and made me smile like the Cheshire cat.”
“Once again, Bobby Akart has written a thriller that will keep the reader up all night. And this thriller is a chiller.”
“The pace is intense and immersive, drawing you in to the Albright family and other well-developed characters that are both beloved for their kindness and detested for their depravity.”
“Mr. Akart's "Nuclear Winter" series is as plausible, realistic, and frightening as today's headlines, with characters who steal your heart and others who deserve whatever happens to them!”