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Run Like the Wind

A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller (The SHTF Series, Book 3)
Written by: L.L. Akers
Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
Length: 6 hrs
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Audiobook three of the chart-topping SHTF series is here, and some say it's the best one yet! 

It's still the end of the world as we know it for Tucker.

The power grid went down a month ago, and mayhem continues as food is depleted or raided and water sources are running dry. As resources grow scarce, regular people begin to slide into savagery, especially when Tucker and Katie lose one of their own at Tullymore. Without rule of law, justice is the new law of the land, and they fall back to an eye for an eye.

Can Grayson and Olivia hold it together as their group grows larger but one of them takes a bullet?

At Grayson's farm, training is in full force, but not everyone is comfortable with the Wild West their world has become. When one of their own takes a bullet and Olivia is to blame, they must all come together before they fall apart.

Is this really the end of their world as they know it?

The streets are either eerily barren or filled with hunger-crazed mobs. Homes are left with nothing more than blackened stone and burnt-out dreams when the help they thought had arrived does more damage than good. But Fk'n Puck is on a mission to finally be a hero; he'll either survive and persevere or die trying.

Death is imminent, and bullets and blood fill their days as they run like the wind in audiobook three of the SHTF series, a post-apocalyptic thriller packed with action and adventure.

©2018 Lisa Lowery Akers (P)2019 Lisa Lowery Akers

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  • toni white
  • 2019-01-16

great series

these books are amazing. worst part about them is when they are over and you have to wait for the next one.

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  • Primonate
  • 2019-01-13

A worthy addition to the series, more please.

I feel like apologizing to the author because the main feeling I have after reading this book is that I want to go directly to her and plead for MORE. The middle books in a standard series sometimes tend to stagnate and exist souly to lead plot to the next big thing. This book had a healthy amount of that yet I find that I don't mind there were still moments of strong emotion and I learned more techniques, how-tos and what not to dos which is everything I look for and was not let down in the least. I am hooked, addicted and I do not want reformation. Thank You Lisa. Job well done.

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  • Oger
  • 2019-08-05

Good series

Keep Kevin pierce as your reader or I’ll quit buying ur books
Books are too short

Sorry I’m whining

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  • Tina Haney
  • 2019-05-29

One of my favorites

loved the book. Loved the characters. The narrator was outstanding. looking forward to book 4.

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  • KS
  • 2019-05-15

Turning things up a notch

I think this is my favorite book in this series so far. L.L. Akers turns things up a notch, with the dangers increasing and the plot thickening. The main characters, so well described in the previous books, are now like real people to the reader. They become entangled in others’ plans, and past supporting characters are back in play. I enjoyed the suspense and action, the humor weaved through the book, as well as the unique elements of the book (Puck, Puck’s drawings, Neema, etc). Kevin Pierce does an excellent job with the narration, especially by adding to the suspense using his voice.

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  • Charlene L
  • 2019-03-09

Loved

I loved this book and the characters. I can’t wait for the next book in this series. L.L. Akers is a great author and I would recommend all her books.

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  • Tammy G.
  • 2019-03-05

I loved it, but....

I love the story, I love the characters. This book took along time to come out, I was lost for the first hour trying to remember who everyone was. I hope the next book doesn't take so long. One of the things I love about this series is that you have a long character development. Its nice to get to know them. And Kevin Pierce is always the cherry on top.

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  • Tina Walters Whitt
  • 2019-02-27

Interesting, story that continues previous books

Not as good as the first two books. Seemed to complicated and too many directions without the author's usual details.

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  • Allan Nichols
  • 2019-02-18

This series is Awesome!

I love the characters! Yes all of them no matter how much I don’t want to.....

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  • Susan
  • 2019-01-28

another winner

Great book, just wish it was longer. Characters you get involved with and that keep you wanting more of there story. highly recommend! As always, Kevin Pierce does a great job telling the story.