Summary

Mason Loss was a single father separated from his seven-year-old daughter, Lydia Nicole, when the United States was suddenly devastated by several massive coordinated EMP attacks.
Having sustained life-threatening injuries in his search for her, he awakens from a two-year coma to find that the world is not the way he left it. To make the situation worse, Yellowstone has erupted and expelled an ancient microscopic organism that threatens the course of human survival.
Now, Mason must traverse the ashy suburban landscape in search of his now nine-year-old daughter. Along the way, he discovers a far more terrifying enemy than humankind can safely manage.
©2017 Leslie D. Hogan (P)2018 L. Douglas Hogan
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4 out of 5 stars
By Nat 87 on 22-03-18

Interesting idea

I liked the story with it's mix of post apocalyptic, dystopian and zompoc. It had several stories within stories, which made it an interesting listen, however I found the narration a difficult listen. There were several errors where lines were repeated and it just didn't flow with the narrator trying to create too many character voices, especially the "journal writing voice" which was in my opinion just uncomfortable.

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5 out of 5 stars
By cosmitron on 15-03-18

A story for Trumpland

Would you listen to No Light Beyond again? Why?

No once is enough.

What other book might you compare No Light Beyond to and why?

No other it is unique nothing can compare to the dark nature of the story.

What does Chelsea Stephens bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She amplifies the emotion of the various charactors.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

N/A

Any additional comments?

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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3 out of 5 stars
By S Atherton on 20-03-18

Scattered and Erratic Effort

The start of this book feels like I wandered into a sequel and was getting a summary of book one. I had to double check that there wasn't a prior book. The writing is choppy and full of clichéd statements, and the plot line jumps around in fits and starts with detail in some places and then a summarization in others. The characters don't necessarily act in ways that I would think someone would act two years into a collapse situation. There areto many convenient plot twists that don't add to the realism of the book. Having an EMP, Yellowstone blowing and zombies is a bit of overkill as well. There may be a sequel to this book, but I won't bother.
The narrator isn't particularly effective either and struggles with the choppy writing and plot. Using a female voice for primarily male characters is distracting and not a good foray into audiobooks.
I was given this free audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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