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The Critically Acclaimed Zero Hour Series, Now in One Complete Edition! Zero Hour is an epic survival/thriller post-apocalyptic series from best-selling post-apocalyptic authors Mike Kraus and Justin Bell, featuring the complete 6-book series! A devastating attack. A family separated. A desperate struggle to survive. Jackson Block is trapped far from his family and thos The Critically Acclaimed Zero Hour Series, Now in One Complete Edition! Zero Hour is an epic survival/thriller post-apocalyptic series from best-selling post-apocalyptic authors Mike Kraus and Justin Bell, featuring the complete 6-book series! A devastating attack. A family separated. A desperate struggle to survive. Jackson Block is trapped far from his family and those he loves when a rogue state unleashes a devastating attack on the United States. To reunite with his loved ones he must fight through streets that have turned into a war zone as survivors and government agents alike threaten not only his existence, but that of the entire nation. Zero Hour is a near-future, what-if tale of the apocalypse told through a frighteningly realistic lens. Zero Hour is a 6-part novel-length post-apocalyptic survival thriller series that asks one simple question: do you have what it takes to survive? The story follows the unleashing of a bio-weapon on an unsuspecting American populace, killing hundreds of millions in the blink of an eye. This post-apocalyptic thriller is written as a collaboration between Justin Bell and #1 bestselling post-apocalyptic author Mike Kraus. Zero Hour is a gripping post-apoc thrill ride that takes a unique look at the post-apocalyptic genre and will leave you breathless with every turn of the page. This complete edition features all 6 books from the Zero Hour series: Book 1: Zero Hour Book 2: Scorched Earth Book 3: No Shelter Book 4: Beware the Scarred Book 5: Total Collapse Book 6: Final Plague


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The Critically Acclaimed Zero Hour Series, Now in One Complete Edition! Zero Hour is an epic survival/thriller post-apocalyptic series from best-selling post-apocalyptic authors Mike Kraus and Justin Bell, featuring the complete 6-book series! A devastating attack. A family separated. A desperate struggle to survive. Jackson Block is trapped far from his family and thos The Critically Acclaimed Zero Hour Series, Now in One Complete Edition! Zero Hour is an epic survival/thriller post-apocalyptic series from best-selling post-apocalyptic authors Mike Kraus and Justin Bell, featuring the complete 6-book series! A devastating attack. A family separated. A desperate struggle to survive. Jackson Block is trapped far from his family and those he loves when a rogue state unleashes a devastating attack on the United States. To reunite with his loved ones he must fight through streets that have turned into a war zone as survivors and government agents alike threaten not only his existence, but that of the entire nation. Zero Hour is a near-future, what-if tale of the apocalypse told through a frighteningly realistic lens. Zero Hour is a 6-part novel-length post-apocalyptic survival thriller series that asks one simple question: do you have what it takes to survive? The story follows the unleashing of a bio-weapon on an unsuspecting American populace, killing hundreds of millions in the blink of an eye. This post-apocalyptic thriller is written as a collaboration between Justin Bell and #1 bestselling post-apocalyptic author Mike Kraus. Zero Hour is a gripping post-apoc thrill ride that takes a unique look at the post-apocalyptic genre and will leave you breathless with every turn of the page. This complete edition features all 6 books from the Zero Hour series: Book 1: Zero Hour Book 2: Scorched Earth Book 3: No Shelter Book 4: Beware the Scarred Book 5: Total Collapse Book 6: Final Plague

30 review for Zero Hour: The Complete Box Set

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dusty Pruitt

    Close to home Pandemic A page turning set of books that hit close to home during our current pandemic. Great characters and story line. A story worth reading. Big D

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lynda Sadler

    It was alright. I finished the series, easy read and I would recommend the series.

  3. 4 out of 5

    RJ

    [1] Volume one introduces us to Jackson Block and some degree, to his fiancé Lisa. Jackson’s co-piloting a small plane headed home to Boston. Lisa lives in the small town of Aldrich, CT outside of Quincy. Jackson lives in Boston, where the action will be split between here and Quincy. Jackson is in Boston to improve his job skills, while Lisa went back home to care for her mother dying of cancer. The news media reports that people of Boston are dropping dead and planes are falling from the sky. [1] Volume one introduces us to Jackson Block and some degree, to his fiancé Lisa. Jackson’s co-piloting a small plane headed home to Boston. Lisa lives in the small town of Aldrich, CT outside of Quincy. Jackson lives in Boston, where the action will be split between here and Quincy. Jackson is in Boston to improve his job skills, while Lisa went back home to care for her mother dying of cancer. The news media reports that people of Boston are dropping dead and planes are falling from the sky. Jackson is in dire straights. A team of scientists from Ft. Detrick is on their way to Boston to find out what is going on there. So far so good; the plot thickens. [2] Volume two finds Jackson heading back to Aldrich to rejoin Lisa. The team of scientists from Ft. Detrick, Team Ten, finds unexpected trouble in Boston instead of clues. The bad guys make their appearance in the form of some motorcycle riders in the guise of a teamster motorcycle gang. And to top it all off, our ever-considerate government decides to solve the problem in Boston. [3] Volume three chronicles the aftermath of the fighting in Quincy. With the death of Mayor Harris and the revelation of his insanity, it was sensible for all the survivors to come together and decide what to do next. Ft. Detrick in Maryland seemed to be the logical choice. Jackson’s fiancé Lisa is a challenge, or a PITA depending on how you look at it. Her attitude towards Jackson is a mystery to me. [4] Volume four revisits our Russian antagonist Scarface, whom I neglected to mention until now, is still plotting his revenge against America, leading the teamster motorcycle gang to disaster. Not as much action in this volume, more character background, and personal introspection. [5] Volume five picks up our survivors at Ft. Detrick. It is here the scientists are working on an antidote for the virus that has killed eighty-percent of the world’s population. Jackson has been coughing for the past week or two. Now that they’re at Ft. Detrick perhaps they can figure out what’s wrong with him. Melinda, the young girl presumed to be immune, arrived at Ft. Detrick with the survivors so they have her to aid research as well. I’m disliking Lisa more and more. In her words, Jackson had burned the bridge between them in Boston. I don’t get it and neither does Jackson. Is my confusion a “man thing” or what? They both went to Boston, Lisa went home to care for her mother, Jackson stayed to continue working and fulfill the six-month lease on their apartment. Now she’s hitting on Jackson’s co-worker Broderick. In the meantime, Scarface and the National Survivors Group (NSG) have joined forces. Ft. Detrick is failing; running out of fuel and supplies. To make matters worse, NSA Agent Craig plans on silencing Ft. Detrick permanently. This volume concludes with a deadly attack on Ft. Detrick. [6] The final volume picks up after the destruction of Ft. Detrick. Jackson, Clark, Broderick, Lisa, Priscilla, and Melinda decide to head to the CDC in Atlanta so that Broderick can continue research on the virus. In route, our worn-out survivors encounter a remote hunting cabin, They take a well-deserved break to recuperate and get a decent night’s sleep, but the peacefulness does not last very long. The remnants of NSG are still on their trail and Scarface is out there somewhere as well. The Army wearing MOPP gear has established roadblocks around Atlanta with orders to contain or eliminate intruders. According to Broderick there are other secret labs around Atlanta besides the main CDC location. Perhaps they should try for one of those? Broderick feels he is close to a solution and he must continue his research. Will they make it to a research lab? Will they survive? Will Broderick find an antidote? Stay tuned for the action-packed, exciting conclusion.

  4. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn Wells

    Good story, a bit repetitive. Lots of weaponry description and military. I’m more interested in the survival aspects than the constant fighting but I suppose these things would come with a life changing episode. If I get to choose I’d prefer the EMP strike over a biological weapon-lol. As people die off at the beginning and the survivors are stunned they seem to be more concerned with getting their hands on weapons than food. Instead of finding sustainable shelter they start to wander to other p Good story, a bit repetitive. Lots of weaponry description and military. I’m more interested in the survival aspects than the constant fighting but I suppose these things would come with a life changing episode. If I get to choose I’d prefer the EMP strike over a biological weapon-lol. As people die off at the beginning and the survivors are stunned they seem to be more concerned with getting their hands on weapons than food. Instead of finding sustainable shelter they start to wander to other places looking for family and friends which is understandable but it seems your survival instinct would kick in at some point and you would be looking for the long haul. For quite a few it seemed more like a kill or be killed scenario. Lots of bad guys to hate on and a few good guys that were likable but I wasn’t able to connect as much as I should have. The personality and emotion just wasn’t there for me to empathize with them.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Beckner

    There is good character development. There are many characters - then they die. That is my main pet peeve. A new character is introduced. We learn details about their lives, their thoughts, then they die. I would have preferred to read a man walked up after hearing someone gasp, help me. When he got closer, he was shot. I really didn't want to know about him. There were so many people in the book that I started making a list and writing down notes. Then I had to cross them out the names. I got dis There is good character development. There are many characters - then they die. That is my main pet peeve. A new character is introduced. We learn details about their lives, their thoughts, then they die. I would have preferred to read a man walked up after hearing someone gasp, help me. When he got closer, he was shot. I really didn't want to know about him. There were so many people in the book that I started making a list and writing down notes. Then I had to cross them out the names. I got discouraged and didn't care after awhile. I read the first two books, then parts of the other four.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Diane Diorio

    Starts a little slow but definitely picks up When I started to read this it was a little slow but I decided to just keep reading a little longer sometimes a slow starter can end up a favorite and so I’m really glad I kept reading the ins and outs the secret rooms elevators and whole floors that were unknown when yo get emotional about a character you are hooked and I found I loved and hated many more than 1 I was devistated at the lose of some and absolutely hated others that got lucky time and a Starts a little slow but definitely picks up When I started to read this it was a little slow but I decided to just keep reading a little longer sometimes a slow starter can end up a favorite and so I’m really glad I kept reading the ins and outs the secret rooms elevators and whole floors that were unknown when yo get emotional about a character you are hooked and I found I loved and hated many more than 1 I was devistated at the lose of some and absolutely hated others that got lucky time and again and just would not die I would love to read more about the future of America and see if it survives

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kay

    Box set a readers bonanza For three days sleep was the last thing on my mind as I read the box set of Zero Hour. What a journey that was, for there is so much to follow, to understand, even to learn. The series showcases humanity buckling under an impossible weight. How thought processes are warped and twisted. How power is still desired and sought. Yet how family can be made from strangers. It is a war on many levels and thankfully not everyone forgets to care. All this written with clarity and Box set a readers bonanza For three days sleep was the last thing on my mind as I read the box set of Zero Hour. What a journey that was, for there is so much to follow, to understand, even to learn. The series showcases humanity buckling under an impossible weight. How thought processes are warped and twisted. How power is still desired and sought. Yet how family can be made from strangers. It is a war on many levels and thankfully not everyone forgets to care. All this written with clarity and vision. Excellent!

  8. 4 out of 5

    M.J.Shand

    Superb story line. I must e I enjoyed the full series and it certainly deserves five stars. But may I make a couple of issues. Fire need to be stzrted, either by man, accident, broken has mains, faulty electris. They will happen but not to the intensity written herein. Concrete pavements rock, brick etc. are not subject to spontaneous combustion. But that's enough, the characters were so identifiable, the scenery and action scenarios were so easy to imagine. A thoroughly goog read. So, onto the ne Superb story line. I must e I enjoyed the full series and it certainly deserves five stars. But may I make a couple of issues. Fire need to be stzrted, either by man, accident, broken has mains, faulty electris. They will happen but not to the intensity written herein. Concrete pavements rock, brick etc. are not subject to spontaneous combustion. But that's enough, the characters were so identifiable, the scenery and action scenarios were so easy to imagine. A thoroughly goog read. So, onto the next one. Well done the team. Kind regards Gramps

  9. 4 out of 5

    Koa Feliciano

    Lots of action, very entertaining. This was another one of those books that had many levels, one on top of the other which gave it depth and meaning. Many characters were set up to be cared about only to be unceremoniously removed from the story. That means they were killed off just when you were growing feelings for them. You will have to read the book to find out who survived the telling of this tale. Overall good solid entertainment will have you wishing for another set.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Coralee Malinich

    The bell rings loudly! Justin Bell has written the best apocalyptic story of the last few years! Sure Mike Krause has his name on it too, and he’s a great author in his own right but the Zero Hour is Justin Bell. It’s not often that I’ve cried as a series was winding down but I did this time. Please come back to this story some day. Great characters who deserve to live on!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Judy Jarrell

    Excellent and timely given what's going on today Found the story engrossing and the characters well developed. Not many grammatical errors but a few sentences that could use a bit of rethinking. A different set of villains worked well. Might serve as a way for people to think about where genetics is headed. Excellent and timely given what's going on today Found the story engrossing and the characters well developed. Not many grammatical errors but a few sentences that could use a bit of rethinking. A different set of villains worked well. Might serve as a way for people to think about where genetics is headed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dan Fowler

    Good but not good! Very elementary writing. The plot was ok but wading through screaming people, screaming bullets, screaming cars, screaming animals, etc., was tiring and time consuming. If a good proofreader and/or copy editor would "rework" this book, it would be great. I'll not read this author again u until he learns how to write. Good but not good! Very elementary writing. The plot was ok but wading through screaming people, screaming bullets, screaming cars, screaming animals, etc., was tiring and time consuming. If a good proofreader and/or copy editor would "rework" this book, it would be great. I'll not read this author again u until he learns how to write.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bettyj

    Just wow Omg I really loved this series. The characters. The whole that revealed Jackson still alive. Please please please write more about these characters. I delayed put off set it down for a couple of days because I did not want it to end. Fantastic job. J.b. and M.K. just wow.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    Just Great! I started this terrific series just before the C event. I was torn between this page turner and the similar apocalyptic events in the news every day. I finished the series but the conjured apocalypse continues. The whole thing is an incredible meeting of fiction and reality. If America is still around read this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Laurn Valentine

    Analogy Central I couldn't get past the 1st book I tried and I tried but the analogy is was just so irritating everything has been compared to something I think not I mean come on it was just too much too much it was annoying. And then I'll talk with that it was too much explanation I mean you don't have to explain every step that a person takes just Write the book. Analogy Central I couldn't get past the 1st book I tried and I tried but the analogy is was just so irritating everything has been compared to something I think not I mean come on it was just too much too much it was annoying. And then I'll talk with that it was too much explanation I mean you don't have to explain every step that a person takes just Write the book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Bobie Williams

    The New Beginning I’ve all 6 series, tried to read more slowly lol because I knew I was coming to the end. Awesome stories and characters, couldn’t get enough. These are two of my favorite authors and together they are fantastic. I don’t feel the thrill is gone with these two but the beginning.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    The Series Definitely a must read! Not too much violence, or boring technical stuff, but I think it’s just the right mixture. They do get hung up a few times but that’s to be expected when your priorities keep changing. They never lose sight of the endgame though and that’s what matters.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jessie Mckissick

    AWESOME! FANTASTIC! EXCITING! The Zero Hour Series is an excellent read with a wonderful storyline and the characters are so realistic that they could walk off the pages and sit at my table. We have two of the best authors and they did an exemplary job!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda Boyle

    Spellbinding This is a fast-paced series that doesn't let you put it down. I sit on the edge of my seat, bitting my nails and wait mesmerized waiting for the next twist of the story. I would recommend this series to anyone who loves a "triller". Spellbinding This is a fast-paced series that doesn't let you put it down. I sit on the edge of my seat, bitting my nails and wait mesmerized waiting for the next twist of the story. I would recommend this series to anyone who loves a "triller".

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mrs.R.S.Levermore

    Engrossed Having finished reading this during our lockdown, it was very scary. Apart from that , a fan of anything Mike Kraus has written with Justin. This saga once started is a job to put down. Really enjoyed it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bruce Rogers

    Awesome Concept This series of books is a awesome take on the demise of our nation. I love the fact that as in real life no one comes to America’s aid. If you like post apocalyptic books this one is a keeper. I highly recommend it. The characters become old friends really fast.

  22. 4 out of 5

    William

    These 2 writers work good together This is a variation on the apocalypse. HARD to say alot without a spoiler. I`ll just say it is a good read. I do recommend it highly. GARRY OWEN These 2 writers work good together This is a variation on the apocalypse. HARD to say alot without a spoiler. I`ll just say it is a good read. I do recommend it highly. GARRY OWEN

  23. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Mallard

    Great Ride Hated to say goodbye to the characters at the end of this series. I didn't want the story to end. In my opinion that is the highest praise for any book. Great Ride Hated to say goodbye to the characters at the end of this series. I didn't want the story to end. In my opinion that is the highest praise for any book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Teri Congdon

    I thought this series was exceptional. The characters were very well developed and interesting. What I would change is all the hissing. Was very distracting and made me think of snakes.

  25. 4 out of 5

    PATRICIA BURNS

    Did you hear that?

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn R Owens

    Great READ! Read the entire set. Could not put it down. Really detailed and realistic, would recommend this thriller to anyone who appreciates a gripping novel.

  27. 4 out of 5

    BJ

    Terrific A really terrific story from start to finish. I am glad that I got the boxed set because the story flowed right into the next book seamlessly.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stanley Tresch

    Just read it! Caught the bug, The rest just happened ! Story ,characters ,action...it leads you every where , but always Leeds you back to where you started!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gary Gaudet

    Over all a very good series. There were some technical inconsistencies that as a veteran I saw but good character development and continuous action made it worth the read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Laila Nasheeba

    Excellent read! An exciting series. So real one can imagine this happening. Many die but that is to be expected in life. I highly recommend this series.

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