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Build. Destroy. Rebuild. The dawn of human existence has proven ... we are warlike creatures. Civilizations are built, then they're destroyed. After destruction, will you have the tenacity to overcome obstacles and rebuild? Your fellow man may be the biggest hurdle because Hell is empty and the Devils are all here. This fast-paced post apocalyptic dystopian fiction seriesBuild. Destroy. Rebuild. The dawn of human existence has proven ... we are warlike creatures. Civilizations are built, then they're destroyed. After destruction, will you have the tenacity to overcome obstacles and rebuild? Your fellow man may be the biggest hurdle because Hell is empty and the Devils are all here. This fast-paced post apocalyptic dystopian fiction series from author Bobby Akart (The Boston Brahmin series and the Prepping for Tomorrow series), has been hailed as a masterpiece of EMP survival fiction. Prepare to learn, as well as be entertained as The Blackout Series continues with SHILOH RANCH. In book one of this new post-apocalyptic survival fiction series, 36 HOURS, the reader was provided a glimpse into the rapid decline of society once word of the catastrophic solar flare racing towards Earth began to spread. Book two, ZERO HOUR, thrust our characters into the perils of a post apocalyptic world. At Zero Hour, an EMP caused by a massive solar flare left America in darkness. The Ryman family, who weren't preppers, applied common sense, logic, and a will to survive to their decision-making as they faced their death, their neighbors, and the depravity of man. In book three, TURNING POINT, the characters face a life altering decision - should we stay or should we go? The oldest and strongest emotion in man is fear, and the strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. Will American's flee the urban centers, the proverbial golden hordes, for the countryside? Will it be safer than the cities? TURNING POINT will lead the Ryman family into a complex, inexplicable world where danger lurks around every bend. SHILOH RANCH brings the Ryman family to their bug-out location where then quickly learn that the grass isn't always greener on the proverbial other side of the sense. They quickly learn that there is one constant in a post-apocalyptic world - the threat from their fellow man. But without taking a risk, their cannot be reward. But what happens when you cross the line? In HORNET'S NEST, book five in The Blackout Series, the Ryman family nearly lost one of their own but they came out stronger and rallied around a purpose. Evil must be eliminated from their small, adopted community in order for peace and order to be restored. The family, together with other residents of the small southwest Tennessee community band together to defend their home and turn the tides on the murderous rogues among them. There attention is then directed towards rebuilding. In the final installment of The Blackout Series, DEVIL'S HOMECOMING, an unexpected turn of events deals the rebuilding effort a near deadly blow as the United States Government, in the form of a FEMA occupying force, descends upon Savannah. The FEMA battalions leader is hell-bent on revenge and he is proof that in a post-apocalyptic world, hell is empty and all the devils are here. Note: This book does not contain strong language. It is intended to entertain and inform audiences of all ages, including teen and young adults. Although some scenes depict the realistic threat our nation faces from a devastating solar flare, and the societal collapse which will result in the aftermath, it does not contain graphic scenes typical of other books in the post apocalyptic genre. BOOKS IN THE BLACKOUT SERIES: BOOK ONE: 36 Hours BOOK TWO: Zero Hour BOOK THREE: Turning Point BOOK FOUR: Shiloh Ranch BOOK FIVE: Hornet's Nest BOOK SIX: Devil's Homecoming...

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Devil's Homecoming: A Post Apocalyptic EMP Survival Fiction Series Reviews

  • Brian's Book Blog
    2019-05-05 16:19

    Find this review and more like at Brian's Book BlogA fitting finale to this seriesWhen you put hours and hours into a series of books you really want it to have a great ending.  Devil's Homecoming had a really enjoyable one.  It was one that you were hoping for 4 books ago but things kept happening to the remaining survivors.  Akart was able to take 5.5 books of information, history, and feelings and pull together a believable and enjoyable finale.Devil's Homecoming picks up right where Hornet's Nest left off -- on Main Street where FEMA officials are trying to round up the people during their Thanksgiving celebration. The main characters of all 5 books up until now are all in play to try and end this nightmare once and for all.The Tiger Tails really took my heart this series - I love their tenacity and ability to save the day throughout.  Akart wrote them in such a way that they were believably young but also able to do a lot since they had to grow up quickly throughout.  The same can be said about the Ryman daughter.  She was into normal girl things and golf before the CME hit the Earth and since then she's grown up quickly from book to book. This book was well worth the wait and thankfully Akart didn't make us wait years to get through the entire series. I loved the story arc's within each book and the overall arc throughout the series.  I felt like he put a ton of thought into what and why things were going to happen.Overall, I'm happy to be done with the Blackout Series but I'll be sad to see all of these characters go. I am excited to move onto Akart's newest series: Pandemic.

  • BookLoversLife
    2019-05-21 15:49

    This picks up exactly where the last one ends, with a squadron of FEMA soldiers descending on place. They are being heavy handed with the people because of who is in charge! It's up to the Ryman family and their friends to try to put a stop to the tyrants and finish this once and for all. That's all I'll say about the story because I could easily spoil something!! I have to say, I'm sad to see the series end, but it was a fitting end for them!! This ties the Ryman family story up nicely and I liked the way it ended. The plot was fast paced and intense because it's them against us basically, and I was hooked the whole way through. These may be quick reads but every story is well written and developed and the author creates characters that are easy to like and easy to relate to. The Ryman family have come far from the normal family they once were. They are hardened and will do whats needed to survive. In all, this is a great series and on that anyone can read. I thoroughly enjoyed every book and this author has become one of my favourites. It's a must read. Again, John David Farrell captured the essence of this book perfectly. He has the right inflection at the right time and told this really well. I will have to check out more by him!!I was voluntarily provided this audiobook for free from the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.

  • Sabrina
    2019-05-18 20:57

    An exciting and exceptional finale to a great series!After receiving an advanced copy in exchange for only an honest review, I was thrilled to follow the desperate race for survival of the Ryman family and their friends at Shiloh Ranch. After a tumultuous battle for freedom from tyranny in Savannah ('Hornet's Nest'), life seems to be safe once again. When the misguided direction and attention of FEMA begins to threaten the safety of all civilians, another battle may be needed. Can they stand together, united against the dangers that are coming? Will all of the loved characters in the series survive? Or will the depravity of mankind be victorious?A great read, once again in a single evening, with a wonderful story of the drive and sacrifice needed to ensure the beautiful gift of freedom. I fully enjoyed reading a series that can be shared with my children. Without explicit language or graphic situations, it's a no-brainer to share this series with my boys. Very well done!

  • Denise Keef
    2019-05-02 14:55

    I discovered the Blackout series when the third book, Turning Point was released. I had read the blurb and thought it sounded interesting so I immediately bought the first book, 36 Hours. I devoured that one and bought the second right away! I was very impressed how Mr. Akart took a possible catastrophe and turned into a story about the survival of a family of three and their journey through a world that had gone to hell in a hand basket. The Ryman family consists of Colton, his wife Maddie and their daughter Alex. They are everyday people that had no idea what prepping for an emergency even meant but soon learned. When the EMP hit and the grids went down their journey of survival began and what a journey it was. With their neighborhood being threatened by gangs taking over, they decide to hit the road and head for what they hoped to be the safety of a friends place many miles away. What they encounter along the way has them making decisions they never dreamed of having to make but in this kill or be killed world that now exists, they do what they have to in order to keep each other safe. They learn quickly and the hard way that you can trust no one out on the open road and with that mind set, they continue on. Once the family had reached its final destination after many close calls, all seemed idealistic until a force that they had run into on the way comes around, ruining what had been the perfect utopia. Once again the Rymans must face a foe but this time they have friends to back them and the fight for their lives is on! In this, the final book of the story, blood is shed and lives are lost and I cried many tears. This emotional rollercoaster of a ride with this series was coming to an end and I had no idea which way it would play out. Would the many characters that I had come to love lose the battle or would they reign over the evil that was trying to end what they had been fighting for? I found this to be a fitting end to the series when I read that last page. Bobby Akart ended his magnificent series with just the right touches and Oh yeah moments. As I leave this series with many emotions playing with my psyche, I look forward to many more stories that this author has to offer. His knowledge of survival tactics has taught me a lot and I hope to learn much more from him in the future. Thank you Bobby Akart, for many hours of entertainment and your dedication to help those of us who are just learning how to be a prepper, be more prepared for, if and when we need to bug out!

  • Lisa Rodgers
    2019-05-09 21:08

    Great Series CulminationHey , I like this author, this particular book and the series it ends. Solid story with good.moral lessons, plus some prepping and self-reliance tips sprinkled throughout. Great stuff.I do have a beef, though. Way too much space in each book is given to summarizing all of the previous books, characters, etc. Then of course, at the end they have to advertise not only the next book in the series, but every other series.the author has ever written.Altogether, that adds up to about 25 to 35% of each book being, essentially, advertising for other works by the authors. That leaves precious little room to actually deliver the current plot and character development. This last book in the series, especially, suffers from this problem. Please, give us more story and less advertising.

  • Pam Shelton-anderson
    2019-05-08 17:10

    Overall, this series as a whole is a FIVE. It has been a great series and is very well written. I would definitely re-read this set as it was so much fun. I was a little disappointed actually in this final book as I felt like it was really a repeat of Book 5, just with the addition of the new character, Roland. FEMA/the government also didn't seem to be too miffed about the loss of a lot of their troops either.

  • Jeff Benham
    2019-04-26 21:01

    Wow, unbelievable ending to a terrific series! Excellent! Book six and last of the series telling it like it could someday be. It is pretty important that you read the 1st 5 books in the series to see the continuity. It could have ended with Hornet’s Nest. The Ryman’s thought it had. The residents of Savannah thought it had. Jr. and Ma Durham had been toted off to prison and there was partying in the streets on Thanksgiving Day. Somebody poked the hornet’s nest and Rollie Durham, the oldest son, shows up with the full authority of the government behind him. On his way, he freed Ma and Jr. from jail and proceeds to go after the Rymans and the rest of their community. As with the rest of the series, these pages just explode with action! Also, as with the other books in the series, there is no strong language.

  • Tracey Mccall
    2019-04-25 22:01

    BrilliantI loved this series, so well written and characters that drew you in and wouldn't let you go.My only disappointment is that the series ended. I enjoyed following the Rymans on the journey after the solar eruption. The depravity of man is real in this series and in real life.Do yourself a favor start reading this series, you'll be glad you did.

  • Talitha Manning
    2019-05-02 15:16

    Best EMP books everI have read many books of this nature, but this series is one of the best. I highly recommend to anyone that enjoys this genre or anyone that loves a good story with characters you will grow to love and some you will hate.

  • Tristan Goree
    2019-04-27 16:08

    Loved the book and for that fact the entire Blackout series! This booked wrapped up the series very well and kept you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Once you start reading it you won’t be able to put it down until you have finished. As with all of Bobby Akart's books you still want more but a series can’t go on forever. Really well done writing and the cast of characters is great.

  • Richard
    2019-04-30 16:54

    It was worth the waitIt was worth the wait, but as always it just didn't last long enough. Good ending to a very good series.

  • charlene ribaudo
    2019-05-19 16:11

    Great readThis was a great read that really makes a movie in your head! This series was less political and really made you think of how fragile our society is.

  • Michelle Burns
    2019-05-17 20:53

    What a ride and what an insight into a plausible future. don't miss any books in this series.

  • ray bigam
    2019-05-25 21:54

    It's a great ending to a great series. I've read a lot of eotwawki books and there are several good ones but great ones are hard to find. The whole series was wonderful with and ending that you won't be able to put down. You will also find the grammar and punctuation are checked before publishing where a lot are not. The author does his research and does not over explain all the different weapons and gear like a lot of others do.

  • James Bauer
    2019-04-26 15:51

    Good but a little rushedA good read but a little rushed through not as detailed as the previous books. Felt rushed to finish the series

  • Peggy Pancherz
    2019-05-09 16:18

    Good bookRead all of the books in order to really enjoy. Characters are realistic and get better and better. Storyline continues to grow and develop.

  • Judy Zegers
    2019-05-15 22:59

    This whole series, while good, should have been written in 3 books, instead of dragging it out to 6.

  • Howard L Richey
    2019-04-29 22:50

    Justice comes hard.The pace and intensity capture the imagination. Echoes of combat resonated as I read this book and throughout the series.

  • Rebecca Larsen
    2019-04-30 19:02

    5 Stars ++Devil's Homecoming is the epic conclusion to the Blackout Series. This story is well written and has great character interaction. It will take your emotions on a rollercoaster ride. Plenty of action and some intense twists will keep you turning pages. I'm sad to see this series end, but I am looking forward to more great works from Bobby Akart.

  • Leslie Bryant
    2019-05-25 15:07

    ......always lead the way."And thus ends the final chapter of an absolutely stunning series of books. Devil's Homecoming is the conclusion of a story of survival, of family, of grit, of learning to overcome "the depravity of man". Bobby Akart has again given me the privilege of learning from his words, to feel the emotion of his characters and to laugh, cry, and mostly rejoice in their victories. I truly can say this series has been a joy to read. Thank you Bobby

  • L J Bartholomew
    2019-04-25 17:02

    Bobby Akart is my new favorite...Found Bobby by accident, having never read the genre before, when the Boston Brahmin series started. Was so impressed I ordered the entire Blackout series and binge-read the first five. I didn't want to read the epilogue in "Devil's Homecoming" because I didn't want it to end...miss the Rymans (even Ma and Junior) already. What can I say other than I absolutely loved this series and look forward to more from Bobby Akart...God Bless.

  • Janice Eileen McDermott
    2019-05-12 16:17

    Great seriesLoved this book and the series of books. Well developed characters and a good story line. Kind of wish it would continue.

  • Deanne
    2019-05-05 23:05

    Good read and accurate about survival skills and prepping. Strong family connections and why rural families are stronger than their city cousins. Good read on why rural families are usually better survivors than city folks. The Rymans were an exception as they fleed the city

  • Cheryl
    2019-05-25 18:17

    I Loved It!Once again the author wrote a page turner! I am sad that the story ended but what a roller coaster ride! Thank you Bobby for a wonderful book.

  • Bernie
    2019-04-27 19:09

    Devil's Homecoming reviewDevil's Homecoming is the sixth post apocalyptic book in The Blackout series written by author Bobby Akart. I've enjoyed reading this series.

  • Carla Lott
    2019-05-03 20:07

    From the first book in this series "36 Hours" to this last "Devil's Homecoming" I have really enjoyed the survival journey that the characters have taken.. From living a charmed life for most of them to having to match wits with some really evil people they have learned what it takes to survive. They have loved and loss and hopefully they are on their way to finding peace and stability. You will not be disappointed at all...