Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Can't Wait Wednesday-Gates: The Arrival


If the power grid was going to be wiped out, how far would you go to keep the lights on?
Finn Lawrence has known for years this could happen. But what he didn't expect was world devastation. A terrorist group unlike anything they've seen before. They're being destroyed by their own computers. A virus that could take out the whole world. It's time for Plan B.

If strangers are the only people you can trust, can you really trust anyone?
Erik Gentry has to get out. His job as a senator's aide is over, especially when there's no government left. His only ally? Abby Myers, a woman he barely knows, who can shoot. She's an asset, as long as she doesn't point the gun at him.

The apocalypse makes you question everything. Harper and Tara have been best friends for years. They've grown apart in some ways, but when the lights go out they'll both find they have some growing up to do.

Who you were doesn't matter anymore, only who you will become. Some will rise and some will fall. But for now, the only safe place they know is behind The Gates. 


I can never resist an apocalypse book by a new-to-me author! I've already downloaded a sample so I hope to be trying it soon.

16 comments:

  1. Hope this one hits it home for you. It does sound right up your alley!

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    1. I'm excited for some of these newly discovered reads!

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  2. I love tales where long time relationships [love, friendship, family] are tested! Life as we Knew it is one of them!

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    1. I liked the first book in that series but wasn't as keen on the rest of the series.

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  3. This one sounds really intriguing - I hope you enjoy it. I like the cover - particularly the title font.

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    1. It has that something lurking kind of vibe to it!

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  4. This sounds like a good one. I can see this one hopefully being really good.

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    1. I can never resist this kind of read! I have high hopes for this one.

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  5. Hope it turns out to be a good one!

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  6. Apocalyptic books are my all time favorite, and this one looks amazing. Definitely adding to my TBR!
    Here's our WOW: http://jennreneeread.blogspot.com/2018/02/waiting-on-wednesday-olivia-twist-by.html

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    1. I do love a good apocalypse to read about as I'm in my cosy bed reading! There's something comforting about that!

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  7. This definitely sounds like one for you. Great cover too and a new author.

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    1. It does doesn't it! It's always fun to try a new apocalypse author!

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  8. Ooh, I like the sound of this one! I enjoy apocalyptic stories that really put the characters to the test.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. It's fun to be with the characters during a disaster and watching them struggle. I need to grab this one when time allows.

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