• The Walls of Lemuria: The Keo Storyline

  • A Purge of Babylon Novel
  • By: Sam Sisavath
  • Narrated by: Ryan Burke
  • Series: Purge of Babylon, Book 3.1-3.2
  • Length: 15 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 09-24-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Road To Babylon Media LLC
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 (65 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Combines the two-part Keo storyline, The Walls of Lemuria and The Fields of Lemuria, into a single volume and does not contain new material.
Every survivor has a story.
The Purge decimated the planet almost a year ago, leaving small bands of humanity scrambling to find sanctuary from the hordes of unkillable monsters that reside in the darkness. Keo is one of the few who made it through that harrowing first night. Trapped in a small town in Louisiana, he finds himself joining forces with a group of strangers to make sense of what's happening. Like thousands of others around the globe at that exact moment, Keo and his new allies will discover that braving the creature-infested first night is only the beginning. Every day from that moment on will be a struggle, and every night will be a nightmare. This is their story.
©2015 Sam Sisavath (P)2015 Sam Sisavath
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5 out of 5 stars
By onehundredyearsold on 01-04-16

You won't want to put this one down!

What made the experience of listening to The Walls of Lemuria: The Keo Storyline the most enjoyable?

Sam really fleshes out a character so that they become people you care about. You feel like you are with them in the fight to stay alive.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Keo has come to be a favorite character. Ex-mercenary but good guy, earns an important part in this post apocalyptic adventure. His skills, intelligence and humor are indispensable to the group's success. Why is he named Keo? Because (insert name here) was taken. ;-)

Any additional comments?

I received this Audible version for an honest review. I had already read the books and have loved the whole series. The Audible version was well read and a great way to spend time with my favorite series while I commute and work.

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5 out of 5 stars
By JaxJournalist on 10-07-15

Loved hearing this character come to life!

What did you love best about The Walls of Lemuria: The Keo Storyline?

This narrated version of San Sisavath's novel added tremendous depth to Keo, who is one of my favorite characters. He is an unlikely hero who repeatedly demonstrates the same honorable qualities that make Will and Danny, other primary characters in this series, heroic leads. The narrator did an outstanding job lending emotion and personality to Keo while staying true to gritty tone of the story. I love this author. I love this series. I love these characters. The audio version is just one more way to enjoy my favorite indulgence.

What did you like best about this story?

Sam Sisavath has managed to balance many nuances, resulting in a compelling, engaging story. There is romance, danger, adventure, drama and mystery. He doesn't cut his characters any slack when it comes to loss and struggle, but overall there is a theme of hope and redemption. Excellent world-building, compelling plot twists and fantastic characters. I think this series is comparable to The Walking Dead in that once you get attached to the characters, you'll keep coming back to see what happens next. So glad I can enjoy it on audio for those times I cannot sit down with the books.

Have you listened to any of Ryan Burke’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is my first audiobook by Ryan Burke. High points for his narration and representation of these characters and book.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Dead, not stupid.

Any additional comments?

Don't miss any of the books in this awesome series!

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