The Search : Once Upon an Apocalypse

  • by Jeff Motes
  • Narrated by Holly Henrichs, Michael Stadler
  • Series: Once Upon an Apocalypse
  • 8 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

John and Jill have finally made it home only to find their children are not in Repose. Where are they and why aren't they here? Questions are answered and new ones abound as we go back to The Day. Follow along as the Repose Alliance Group comes together to brace themselves and their community for the trials ahead. Some will thrive, some will die as desperate people begin to do desperate things.
Carefree days are gone as a boy must become a man and a girl must become a woman. Are they ready? Trying times are ahead....


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Customer Reviews

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is it over yet?

Don't feel bad about skipping over this book. It is painfully slow and every single little detail is described. They are always praying about something. I could even fast forward 30 seconds and they would still be praying about one thing or another. The author pushes his Baptist beliefs throughout the character interactions to a point of taking away from the story. It is so obvious you can see it coming.

The narrating is so inconsistent it is hard to keep listening or keep up. The narrators will start with what they think is a Southern accent and move to a New York accent and then try to have a black accent but the black accent will turn back to a New York accent midway through the book. It's amazing this audio was released with this narration.

I am so glad this book is over and won't be reading any sequels.
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- Amazon Customer

More Story. Less filler.

I like the story line in general, however the author is more dedicated to making sure every character prays repeatedly than keeping the story flowing.
The first book was much better, this one has veered heavily off into to weeds.
I understand the authors mindset and as a Christian myself I am sure I would be bathing any apocalyptic situation in prayer, however the author is making the reader wade through the molasses thick pasture of repetitive prayer and mental gymnastics of each character without moving us forward in the plot line.
I love the accuracy of the story, but the detail could be shortened to get this story line out of low gear.
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- Bruce

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2017
  • Publisher: Pine City Press