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Publisher's Summary

The town of Whittier is isolated in Alaska, and the people all live within towers once used by the military. The tourist season is over, and winter is on the way. Then, a body washes up on shore. A body that says it's from the government facility across the sound at Esther Island. With a storm coming, the citizens of Whittier have to deal with this on their own. They put the body in the basement of the towers, but their doctor wants to find out what killed this man. Was it a disease? How dangerous is it? Then, the horror begins.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Tatiana on 05-08-18

Get out now before you buy this book

This was a boring book filled with idiots doing things that didn't make sense. In addition to being idiots, the characters were totally uninteresting. I would not have cared if they all killed each other. Nothing about this was scary or even remotely entertaining. The narrator was mildly interesting, but only in the sense that his upbeat performance was totally incongruous with the supposed mood of the story.

There were multiple issues with logic in the way situations were presented. Characters would say things like, 'all evidence points to' such and such, when literally none of the evidence showed that. I question the reasoning skills of whomever decided to publish the book this way.

There are so many great books on Audible, but this is not one of them. I advise you to run away from this page right now and never return. Don't make the same mistake I did.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Walter W. Chu on 07-10-18

On the Plus side

On the plus side the story is pretty fast paced. There’s not chapters of character development that leads no where. The concept for the plot is pretty old hat right up to and including the evil military types who knew everything was going bad and let it happen. Some of the characters seem central to the story yet go no where. They seem to just be filler to lengthen the book.

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