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Not all endings are good ones, even for those left alive at the end, in Escaping Darkness Book 6.... A routine survey mission turns into the unthinkable as the Yellowstone Caldera finally breaks free of its earthen chains, releasing thousands of years of pent-up energy in an instant. As fire and ash consume all in their path, signs point to the disaster not being as natur Not all endings are good ones, even for those left alive at the end, in Escaping Darkness Book 6.... A routine survey mission turns into the unthinkable as the Yellowstone Caldera finally breaks free of its earthen chains, releasing thousands of years of pent-up energy in an instant. As fire and ash consume all in their path, signs point to the disaster not being as natural as it first appears... Barely escaping the disaster in a small plane that takes off from the Yellowstone airport, Mia finds her Texas A&M life turned upside down as the days of class and studying turn into a fight for the very air she needs to survive. While she tries to help her fellow survivors, her niece and nephew are being watched over by her parents on a small farm that quickly succumbs to the choking clouds of ash. Both sides of the family must fight against man - and nature - in this unique take on the classic Yellowstone post-apocalyptic story. Written by ES Richards in conjunction with #1 best-selling post-apocalyptic author Mike Kraus, this thrilling post-apocalyptic series features characters that are vulnerable, naive and inexperienced who work alongside the prepared and experienced to get through the end of days. The Escaping Darkness series will be 6-books long, published at a rate of approximately one book per month.


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Not all endings are good ones, even for those left alive at the end, in Escaping Darkness Book 6.... A routine survey mission turns into the unthinkable as the Yellowstone Caldera finally breaks free of its earthen chains, releasing thousands of years of pent-up energy in an instant. As fire and ash consume all in their path, signs point to the disaster not being as natur Not all endings are good ones, even for those left alive at the end, in Escaping Darkness Book 6.... A routine survey mission turns into the unthinkable as the Yellowstone Caldera finally breaks free of its earthen chains, releasing thousands of years of pent-up energy in an instant. As fire and ash consume all in their path, signs point to the disaster not being as natural as it first appears... Barely escaping the disaster in a small plane that takes off from the Yellowstone airport, Mia finds her Texas A&M life turned upside down as the days of class and studying turn into a fight for the very air she needs to survive. While she tries to help her fellow survivors, her niece and nephew are being watched over by her parents on a small farm that quickly succumbs to the choking clouds of ash. Both sides of the family must fight against man - and nature - in this unique take on the classic Yellowstone post-apocalyptic story. Written by ES Richards in conjunction with #1 best-selling post-apocalyptic author Mike Kraus, this thrilling post-apocalyptic series features characters that are vulnerable, naive and inexperienced who work alongside the prepared and experienced to get through the end of days. The Escaping Darkness series will be 6-books long, published at a rate of approximately one book per month.

30 review for The Shadows - Escaping Darkness Book 6: (A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller Series)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    The Shadows - Escaping Darkness Book 6 - a review by Rosemary Kenny A what if...? near-future scenario, The Shadows, Book 6 in the Escaping Darkness series finale, by the dream team of apocalyptic thriller-writers, E.S.Richards and Mike Kraus, brings to a close the survival adventures of Mai,her family and new friends made along the way. The Armageddon-like Yellowstone National Park's volcanic eruptions continue to kill or seriously harm all those within its vast range of deadly fumes and ash. But The Shadows - Escaping Darkness Book 6 - a review by Rosemary Kenny A what if...? near-future scenario, The Shadows, Book 6 in the Escaping Darkness series finale, by the dream team of apocalyptic thriller-writers, E.S.Richards and Mike Kraus, brings to a close the survival adventures of Mai,her family and new friends made along the way. The Armageddon-like Yellowstone National Park's volcanic eruptions continue to kill or seriously harm all those within its vast range of deadly fumes and ash. But now the grim truth is emerging that this might not be a natural event, but evilly man-made. Mia's family farm is enveloped in the toxic ash and life is very difficult. Yet even this is not their only challenge; survivalist groups and other predators lie in wait to seize anything of use - whether people, supplies or even munitions to gain power over those weaker survivors and refugees who are unable to resist. A powerfully-written novel, that ends (for now) the current series, The Shadows is a salutary warning of what may come to pass in a nightmare future scenario, where survival of the fittest may not just apply to wild four-legged creatures, but mankind as a whole - you have been warned!

  2. 5 out of 5

    HOLLY

    This was good but a lot of not believable things they did. They had the car windows shot out and they never wore they masks while driving in the car. The toxic air would have hit them just as bad if not worse but then they always put on their masks when getting out of their cars. That just didn't make sense. The ending was something else when the kids reached their state. I didn't expect that. I know that the food would run out at some time or go bad, so life as we know it would die or hope the This was good but a lot of not believable things they did. They had the car windows shot out and they never wore they masks while driving in the car. The toxic air would have hit them just as bad if not worse but then they always put on their masks when getting out of their cars. That just didn't make sense. The ending was something else when the kids reached their state. I didn't expect that. I know that the food would run out at some time or go bad, so life as we know it would die or hope the air would get better before Humans would perish. I hope we will never experience Yellowstone erupting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sandy McCulloch

    Yellowstone erupted Wow, all six books, from Yellowstone, to Huston, Phoenix, Philadelphia. Where does it all end and when. Power hungry megalomaniacs, Men who think they are better than others all trying to takeover and run their cities how they see fit. And others fighting against maniacal takeovers that terrorise and kill people in order to fulfill their dreams. Amidst it all a family separated by distance and need, find themselves fighting heavy ash clouds, storms, hunger and thirst, to return Yellowstone erupted Wow, all six books, from Yellowstone, to Huston, Phoenix, Philadelphia. Where does it all end and when. Power hungry megalomaniacs, Men who think they are better than others all trying to takeover and run their cities how they see fit. And others fighting against maniacal takeovers that terrorise and kill people in order to fulfill their dreams. Amidst it all a family separated by distance and need, find themselves fighting heavy ash clouds, storms, hunger and thirst, to return to each other. Aiding others in their journeys.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria Wilson

    More please! This book was fantastic, emotional and started me thinking more about our world and what we could do to improve grave situations. A heartfelt book which has left me wanting to know more of what will happen to each of the characters. Despair, death or comradery and survival. Who wins who looses and will Mia find all she needs for everyone. Please write another book!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael D. Hansen

    Even.... ....though the storyline is still fantastic, I felt that I had to give it a 3 star 🌟 rating due to all of the discrepancies!!! It seems like it was written by two people who didn't read what the other had written. Badly in need to be edited!!! Very disappointed 😞because all the previous books in this series were great. But like I said, the storyline and characters are still 5 stars 🌟. Even.... ....though the storyline is still fantastic, I felt that I had to give it a 3 star 🌟 rating due to all of the discrepancies!!! It seems like it was written by two people who didn't read what the other had written. Badly in need to be edited!!! Very disappointed 😞because all the previous books in this series were great. But like I said, the storyline and characters are still 5 stars 🌟.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christine Scotney

    I have enjoyed the journey of Mia getting back to her family farm in Houston, a long trek all the way from Yellowstone’s eruption. She and her friends have endured a lot and now she is nearly home, they may have to part. Only problem I have, and that is why it is three stars, I have found that there is a bit of repetition in what people are thinking and feeling, and needing to do. but otherwise a good read, and will read the next one.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Carmel McKenzie

    Totally captivating This is a fantastic series. I'm on the edge of my seat. So many things that could happen. I hope the boys return to the farmhouse and they find more people and food Totally captivating This is a fantastic series. I'm on the edge of my seat. So many things that could happen. I hope the boys return to the farmhouse and they find more people and food

  8. 5 out of 5

    Elisa L Mendoza

    Not the End? I just knew this would wrap up this series but nope... Now to wait for the next installment. This was a good one and I'm glad we still have some great characters to follow. Look forward to the next book. Cheers! Not the End? I just knew this would wrap up this series but nope... Now to wait for the next installment. This was a good one and I'm glad we still have some great characters to follow. Look forward to the next book. Cheers!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Laura Merrin

    Shouldn’t be the last book I found myself highly invested in this series. I’ve swung through a whole host of emotions whilst reading it. However I found this book to have been rushed. I feel the series could have been extended by another two books.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Doris Merritt

    The Shadows This series kept me reading non stop start to finish. As with all of Mike Kraus books I couldn't put them down. I hope there will be a follow up because you left me wanting more. The Shadows This series kept me reading non stop start to finish. As with all of Mike Kraus books I couldn't put them down. I hope there will be a follow up because you left me wanting more.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Gorman

    Another book? The books are a good read. I have enjoyed all of them. But, I read that this is a six book series. That would leave the series incomplete. Will there be another book in this series?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Penny Bowden

    Good series Sometimes a bit heavy handed/repetitive with the ‘morality’ /emotional issues that made it feel a bit uncomfortable to read but other than that, a very good post apocalyptic series, based around a natural catastrophe. Hope there are more to come......

  13. 4 out of 5

    Marion Williams

    Brilliant! Absolutely riveting there are many books dealing with the end of the world this is definitely one of the better ones. The continuity of th individual stories was dealt with brilliantly.

  14. 5 out of 5

    William Stultz

    Great series It took some time to read all six books but after the last book it left you hanging to complete what was about whatever was going to happen to the Clark family and the three boys in Philadelphia.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lana Mccall

    Oh dear I have come to the end of this book and hope that this is not the end of the series. If it is the end then I am very disappointed that there is no more. It has been very entertaining.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kc

    Very disappointing conclusion to last book in series I would have given five stars if i knew there would be a 7th book. No closure for the main characters...the story just ended. I guess they all died???

  17. 5 out of 5

    Richard A. Goff SR

    Awesome beginnng Mr Kraus , as always, starts this series with exciting plot and action. The characters are believably placed in a believable situation that draws you in.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rob Mueller

    Great series! Love the characters and all the adventures! I can not wait for the next book to come out!! The cliff hangers left me wanting for answers!!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sandra L.

    Excellent Excellent series and full of suspense. I felt myself holding my breath many many times. Waiting impatiently for the next book in the series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    James L Pagano

    Great The survivors are going to be great. Thank you for the suspense and twists and turns. I really enjoyed this book and hope that you will continue to keep the survivors alive.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    What a book. As the book states, endings aren’t always happy. Loved this fabulous story. The characters and the plot were made for each other.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katherine A Seibel

    Aaarrrgg! I hate when I am at the end of Mike's books.....I get so involved in his books I feel likely an enveloped totally! Ok.....ready for the next one Aaarrrgg! I hate when I am at the end of Mike's books.....I get so involved in his books I feel likely an enveloped totally! Ok.....ready for the next one

  23. 4 out of 5

    shirley j kidd

    The shadows_Escaping Darkness Book 6 Is this the way this series ends or is there another book in the making. I hope so to find out about the waste land

  24. 4 out of 5

    Connie Nealy

    Wonderful! The next amazing book of Escaping Darkness. You will love the characters and the quick action and thinking involved. This is definitely a must read. Do you yourself a favor if you’ve not read the first ones, go back and start at book one.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pam Shelton-Anderson

    I felt like this book was a bit of a letdown and was more about setting the pieces up for the next book. There was some repetition with some characters and what they were thinking and feeling from previous books (especially Jorge). I don't know that a rogue organization like the Authority would be able to control a large swath of the country with federal and state forces not being seen at all. It does set up for a major confrontation next book. I felt like this book was a bit of a letdown and was more about setting the pieces up for the next book. There was some repetition with some characters and what they were thinking and feeling from previous books (especially Jorge). I don't know that a rogue organization like the Authority would be able to control a large swath of the country with federal and state forces not being seen at all. It does set up for a major confrontation next book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

  27. 4 out of 5

    Shakira Gruber

  28. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne Redman

  29. 5 out of 5

    carolyn elliott

  30. 5 out of 5

    joann alvarez

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