Audiobook: Devil’s Homecoming (Blackout #6) by Bobby Akart (Narrated by John David Farrell)

A fitting finale to this series

5 out of 5 stars

When you put hours and hours into a series of books you really want it to have a great ending.  Devil’s Homecoming had a really enjoyable one.  It was one that you were hoping for 4 books ago but things kept happening to the remaining survivors.  Akart was able to take 5.5 books of information, history, and feelings and pull together a believable and enjoyable finale.

Devil’s Homecoming picks up right where Hornet’s Nest left off — on Main Street where FEMA officials are trying to round up the people during their Thanksgiving celebration. The main characters of all 5 books up until now are all in play to try and end this nightmare once and for all.

The Tiger Tails really took my heart this series – I love their tenacity and ability to save the day throughout.  Akart wrote them in such a way that they were believably young but also able to do a lot since they had to grow up quickly throughout.  The same can be said about the Ryman daughter.  She was into normal girl things and golf before the CME hit the Earth and since then she’s grown up quickly from book to book.

This book was well worth the wait and thankfully Akart didn’t make us wait years to get through the entire series. I loved the story arc’s within each book and the overall arc throughout the series.  I felt like he put a ton of thought into what and why things were going to happen.

Overall, I’m happy to be done with the Blackout Series but I’ll be sad to see all of these characters go. I am excited to move onto Akart’s newest series: Pandemic.

Book Description:

Audiobook: Devil’s Homecoming (Blackout #6) by Bobby Akart (Narrated by John David Farrell) five-stars
Devil's Homecoming by Bobby Akart
Narrator: John David Farrell
Length: 5 hrs and 38 mins
Series: Blackout Series #6
Published by Bobby Akart Inc. on June 2, 2017
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic
Pages: 302
Format: Audiobook
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Build. Destroy. Rebuild.
The dawn of human existence has proven ...
we are warlike creatures.
Civilizations are built, then they're destroyed.
After the destruction, will you have the tenacity to overcome obstacles and rebuild?

Your fellow man may be the biggest hurdle because Hell is empty and the Devils are all here.

In the final installment of The Blackout Series, DEVIL'S HOMECOMING, an unexpected turn of events deals the rebuilding effort a near deadly blow as the United States Government, in the form of a FEMA occupying force, descends upon Savannah. The FEMA battalions leader is hell-bent on revenge and he is proof that in a post-apocalyptic world, hell is empty and all the devils are here.

I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Also by this author: 36 Hours (Blackout #1), Zero Hour (Blackout #2), The Loyal Nine, Cyber Attack
Also in this series: 36 Hours (Blackout #1), Zero Hour (Blackout #2), Turning Point (Blackout #3), Shiloh Ranch (Blackout #4)

About the Author:

Author Bobby Akart is an Amazon Top 5 ranked Author for both the Science Fiction and Religion/Spirituality genres. He has written fifteen #1 Best Sellers in both fiction (Pandemic Series, Blackout Series and Boston Brahmin Series) and non-fiction (Prepping for Tomorrow Series).

His new Pandemic Series, a post-apocalyptic medical thriller series, has produced two bestsellers thus far and has been described as frighteningly realistic.

Bobby has provided his readers a diverse range of topics which are both informative and entertaining. His attention to detail and impeccable research has allowed him to write bestselling books in several fiction and non-fiction genres which were described by one Amazon Top 500 Reviewer, and Vine Voice as “interesting and original. Ripped from the headlines doesn’t begin to describe the excellence in this post apocalyptic fiction series.”



I’ve loved reading since I was little when my dad would read me Dr. Suess books. Fast-forward a little and I noticed that he was always reading on his lunch breaks at work, and I wondered why.Then, I found a book that took me to another place and time, to another feeling,another sense of “being”.It was the first book that I ever fell in love with, and I’ve been chasing that feeling ever since.

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