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Rules of Engagement

Survival Rules Series, Book 4
Written by: Jack Hunt
Narrated by: Miles Meili
Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins
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Rules kept them alive, but a single choice could destroy them.
 

After discovering the identity of the mysterious Morning Star, and dividing Camp Olney, the Ford family prepare for an imminent attack from Jude Lawson. However, the real threat might not come from raiders but a powerful and ruthless group intent on making Whitefish home, and its residents captives. Caught between a rock and a hard place, Tyler’s forced to make a dangerous choice that could jeopardize everything they’ve sacrificed to gain. War is on the horizon, and no one is safe.
 

Some rules could break them.

Once again, Erika and Nate find themselves caught in the middle of the worst situation possible. Stuck inside the borders of the town of Whitefish, Montana, and unable to escape, a single choice to help someone leads to a devastating consequence, or does it? Not every death is in vain, and not every decision ends badly.
 

Is blood thicker than water?

Can the Ford family face their past and set aside their differences for the good of others, or will their attempts to save everyone strip away what good remains?
 

Rules of Engagement is the last book in Survival Rules, a post-apocalyptic EMP thriller series that follows the Ford family and their community as they fight to survive after an EMP destroys the nation’s power grid.

©2019 Jack Hunt (P)2019 Jack Hunt

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  • 2019-08-30

Dark and Gritty

I hate to think that this series is truly indicative of how quickly the world would spiral down in to chaos...but it is probably accurate.
This series has been a great read. And Miles Meile has been the perfect narrator.

Rules of Engagement is a perfect ending to the series.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • RJ
  • 2019-08-30

Free-for-all conclusion!

A new threat arrives in Whitefish, Montana. The Militia headed by a psycho by the name of Hopkins. So perhaps it’s time to bury the hatchet and align against a superior foe. You know, the enemy of my enemy is my friend; at least for the time being. Tyler Ford attempts to convince Jude to join against the militia. Will Jude accept the offer as legitimate or a trap? What of Camp Olney, will it survive? Prepare for the big battle to close out the series. Who will survive? Four.point.five. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Elis Law
  • 2019-08-24

Exciting ending to series

I really enjoyed this series, and the last book did not disappoint. Although all the characters grew and changed from the events, my favorite “karma” moment was Erika having to deal with the nurse, who was as annoyingly stubborn and stupid as Erika was in the first book. Priceless.

I finished this book in two days. It’s action-packed and entertaining with few if any slow moments. I would definitely recommend this series.

Although I was provided this book in exchange for an honest review, I purchased two of the four books in the series with my own credits, because I enjoyed the story so much.

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  • Blip
  • 2019-08-20

Can your team survive?

Safely, security, and self sufficiency should not be taken for granted. Someone will always try to take what you have. They handle these hard time together, willing to protect there community no mater the cost. Awesome story and narration.
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  • 2019-08-14

Suspenseful Throughout

I truly believe that this series was just the right length.The characters were developed and grew with each book. I appreciate that the publisher didn't increase the cost like so many , did.

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  • Rayc
  • 2019-08-14

Buy it and be entertained

Rules of Engagement... book 4 in the series and still strong ... Most questions are answered. Hopefully it's the final book, Finish the series with a strong book. and the author Jack Hunt can start a new series.
This book 4 and the rest of the series are great entertainment and fun to read or listen to.
The narration is excellent and I will look for more by this narrator.
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  • 2019-08-08

mispronounced

it would have been even better if they didn't mispronounce the capital city of Montana Helena it's pronounced Helen-na

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  • 2019-08-08

The enemy of my enemy.

Bringing the Survival Rules series to an end, Rules of Engagement embraces the old saying: the enemy of my enemy is my friend, as a new group of outside invader forces The Ford family to ally with Jude Lawson and Morning Star. Of course the Fords must also come to terms with Morning Star's true identify. As with the other books in the series, this is a fast paced thriller with plenty of action. While I still felt there were issues to be addressed, overall it was a satisfying ending to the saga.

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  • Miguel Feliciano
  • 2019-08-02

Is This The End?

As with every great apocalyptic book series, there's that one character that fuels a hatred and burning desire to erase their existence from the story timeline. That character, in this book, is Hopkins. Holy crap; I wanted to destroy this guy myself.

The last book we found out who Morningstar was and now we get a twist to her past, then see Morningstar connect and work with Tyler during the fight for Whitefish. Afterward, Andy finds out who Morningstar is and breaks down as she is his dead wife.

I figured Andy and Jude would band together to help their community and fight against Hopkins and his group.

I did get annoyed with Erica and her reactions to Nate... freaking get over it if you don't want to be with him.

If this is the end of the series, it's a great ending; but I would love to see it continue.

Again, I would recommend this series to anyone into apocalyptic survival stories.

Note, I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

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