Metal and Ash : Apex Trilogy

  • by Jake Bible
  • Narrated by Julie Hoverson
  • Series: Apex Trilogy
  • 17 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What began in the wasteland of Dead Mech, and continued alongside Europe and Asia in The Americans, now has its epic conclusion in Metal and Ash.
Commander James Capreze and his team of mech pilots must no longer battle just zombies, cannibals, religious cults, and the ever-dreaded dead mechs. Now, they will be put to the test by the forces of the Three, as the evil alliance bent on dominating every inch of the world attacks from two fronts, forcing Capreze to split his forces and make alliances with those he had been sworn to defeat. The wasteland becomes the setting for an epic fight for basic human survival like it hasn't seen in hundreds of years.
Will 50-foot battle mechs be enough against hundreds of thousands of techno-zombies ready to wipe everything living off the scorched map that is the wasteland? Join Capreze, his mech pilots, the refugee Americans, end every denizen of the wasteland as they make one final stand to keep the Three from bringing humanity's downfall. Alliances are formed and broken, mech pilots are made and murdered, secrets are revealed and agendas destroyed, and thousands of bodies fall and rise again in the Apex trilogy finale: Metal and Ash.


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Customer Reviews

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The (literally)explosive conclusion to the trilogy

If you could sum up Metal and Ash in three words, what would they be?

Non Stop Thrills

What did you like best about this story?

This story took the two very different books that came before it and brought them together in extremely satisfying ways.

Which scene was your favorite?

Without spoiling anything... there was a moment of glorious redemption that was deeply satisfying.

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

Again a difficult answer to make without spoilers. As invested as I was in all the characters I had learned to love, hate, or hate/love in the first two books, there were resolutions to their stories that were both uplifting and tragic.

Any additional comments?

A wonderful end to a trilogy I enjoyed very much both in reading them and then in listening to the audio books.

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- W. Wright

Average story this time

Probably because I didn't keep up with all of the side stories. Towards the end is was good but it was not easy to follow throughout. I would recommend that if you decide to read this book we read the first two very shortly after that I read this so you understand what each character is supposed to be done in this book.
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- Nathan

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-01-2015
  • Publisher: Jake Bible Fiction