It's the end of the world, but not as we know it. A woman wakes up in a motel on the outskirts of a remote Oregon city with no memory of who she is, a gun at her bedside, and a state trooper uniform. As she explores the world outside the motel it seems that civilization has come to an abrupt end, and whatever caused it is still out there, looking for the survivors.
That's bad. But it might also be the most normal thing that happens to her all week.
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Good narration, fresh approach to the genre
I enjoyed the narration, especially the different voices of this particular narrator. It was a different type of post apocalyptic story, which was refreshing.
The plot is gripping and engaging, and I enjoyed the ending. With a great blend of themes and elements, the story will carry you through to the fun of a flipped story that keeps the listener guessing.
The narration is restrained and expertly paced. The story is conveyed through subtle changes in tone and inflection that suggests character, temperament, and state of mind. For the avid reader, audio performance is a convenience and an enhancement, especially in the case of this book.This one should not be missed!