Friday, 30 September 2022



Title: Dangerous World
Series: EMP Aftermath
Author: Grace Hamilton
Publisher: Relay Publishing
Release Date: 14th September 2022

BLURB from Goodreads

You don’t survive the apocalypse without making a few enemies…

Laurel has found a safe haven at Lone Oak Hospital. But her loved ones are still back at South Minneha, and her mother desperately needs her. Winter has blanketed the city in impenetrable layers of snow making any chance of returning to her hospital on foot almost impossible. Then disaster strikes Lone Oak Hospital and, in order to survive, Laurel must venture out into the harsh Minnesota winter, and risk everything in a world gone dark and cold.

Meanwhile, Bear has reached South Minneha, only to find Laurel gone. As the temperature plummets, he struggles to keep the other survivors from freezing to death in the brutal cold. And when the blizzard finally lets up, he faces a difficult choice: leave now to search for Laurel, or risk being snowed in until spring.

The Minnesota winters are deadly, but they’re not the worst thing out there. Laurel and Bear have made enemies… Savage foes, who hunt them even as they search for each other. And they’re slowly closing in.

A new storm is coming. And Bear and Laurel must unite if they are to have any hope of survival.

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This is another great installment in the already addictive and brilliant EMP Aftermath series! Both this book and the series so far are packed with action, adventure & emotions galore. I really loved the short but sweet introduction to Mae.

I am certainly looking forward to reading more!There were lots and lots of 'endings' but lots of potential for how the series could continue.

I love the way you are immediately pulled back into the world and turmoil created by Grace Hamilton. It doesn't really matter how long ago you read the previous book, you slide right back into the story as though you had never left it. The way Grace writes makes it very easy to visualise the book, so its kind of like watching a movie in your own head as you are reading the book. 





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