man, woman, & dog walking away in snow

Edge of Collapse (Edge of Collapse #1)

man, woman, & dog walking away in snow

Edge of Collapse



If you are a post-apocalyptic fan, this is one you won’t want to miss!  Edge of Collapse combines a serious, prolonged kidnapping with an EMP that causes the country to lose all power, phone service, and everything else that runs with the help of a computer. Wow!  I’ve read quite a few apocalyptic books and this was by far the best!

Hannah was kidnapped five years ago and has little hope left.  She is often tortured and feels she will never see her family again.  Her kidnapper is a wolf in sheep’s clothing who lives amongst those he’s hurting.  His devilish needs are a well kept secret. 

The loss of power gives Hannah an opportunity she never saw coming, and she makes her escape. Of course, that can’t be easy. It is winter in Michigan and the psychopath who captured her will come for her.  He’s determined to find her.

I was enthralled throughout this story.  Hannah is one tough cookie.  After all the suffering she’s been through, she fights for her freedom with the help of a former military man she crosses paths with in the forest.  

I was on the edge of my seat needing to know that Hannah would be OK.  I wanted the psychopath caught, even though that was unlikely in the now apocalyptic world.  This man is pure evil in human form. 

Edge of Collapse is one of those books that you can’t put down.  I read until the wee hours of the morning to finish it.  When I finished, I downloaded the next book in the series and really wanted to start it.  I made myself wait until the next day and now I am flying through book two, Edge of Madness. The Edge of Collapse Series has seven books to carry on this incredible suspense.  Yes, seven!  I am headed to bed right now with plans of finishing Edge of Madness.  Tomorrow, pow, onto book three.  I don’t know if I can handle not knowing what is going to happen as this series progresses.  I’ll need to add a bit of extra reading time to my days.  

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