Ashes of the Unspeakable – Audiobook Review
Franklin Horton takes us on the second stage of our quest to get home in Ashes Of The Unspeakable, book two of The Borrowed World series. We walk along with the trio of co-workers, watching and feeling every kind of adventure one could imagine in a world flushed with desperation and despair. You'll see the regret of Alice and Rebecca's decision to put their fate into the hand's of the government's FEMA camp - and their plan to escape and find their families before it's too late. If things weren't already bad enough, with no electricity, gas or fuel to be found and desperate people doing violent things - the prisons end up releasing criminals into the streets because they have no way to feed or care for them. That creates a deadly situation in Jim and Ellen's valley. People will burn. Will Jim make it home in time? Will Jim's family be able to survive those that want everything Jim had spent years building in preparation for a SHTF event just like this? Will Gary and Randi make it home to find their families safe?