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Publisher's Summary

Ten years after the deadliest pandemic in human history, the same devastating strain of influenza strikes America without warning. One man holds the key to stopping the deadly outbreak in its tracks and the governments of the world - including his own - will stop at nothing to find him.
From Los Angeles, to Boston, to the Northern Rockies - follow Navy SEALs, Army Rangers, and average Americans as they struggle to save America and themselves. Apache Dawn is the story of America's fight for survival against a terrible virus, foreign invasion, and political intrigue.
©2014 Marcus Richardson (P)2015 Marcus Richardson
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By Alexis on 06-13-17

Complete and utter nonsense

Would you try another book from Marcus Richardson and/or James Romick?

no

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I rarely write reviews, but I just could not leave this one alone. I am a big fan of dystopian future stories, but I found this one to be so unrealistic ( and I love me some zombies, if that puts it into context) that I had to quit. I have hundreds of audiobooks, this is the first I ever gave up on. The military characters were horrible, the native character was a walking, talking stereotype, and the story line screamed of globalist take over paranoia. If that's your cup of tea, you might love it, but it wasn't for me.

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By Ratman2455 on 06-12-17

Exciting Story

It was a little hard to follow at first, because I have trouble with names & sometimes have trouble keeping track of who is who in a long involved story like this. It is very well narrated however & I was soon totally engrossed. I somewhat hated for it to end. Although it's a fairly long story, the writing & narration were both excellent & I was never bored. I now need to find time to read or listen to the other 2 books in the trilogy.

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