China : The Flense: China

  • by Saul Tanpepper
  • Narrated by Doug Greene
  • Series: The Flense: China
  • 9 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

China is book one of The Flense quadrilogy, an international technothriller from the bestselling author of <>Gameland.
Hundreds die in a fiery train crash in northern China. A cargo ship smuggling refugees is lost to calm seas off the Libyan coast. Entire villages in Ghana are abandoned overnight.
Contracted by an apocalypse prepper group to investigate a series of seemingly disconnected global tragedies, a young medical investigative reporter, Angelique de l'Enfantine, uncovers a disturbing pattern to the tragedies. Are they harbingers of an impending biblical catastrophe? Or practice runs by a fanatical organization bent on global annihilation?

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Intrigue and deception, trust no one

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

If you like suspenseful stories about government cover-ups, black ops groups and more cover-ups then I recommend this story. It has it all


What was one of the most memorable moments of China?

The end scene was an eye opener for the main character, Angelique. Slightly disturbing and fast paced.


Which scene was your favorite?

The village scene when Angelique was waiting for the town to come back from the burial ceremony. You could feel the intensity and panic.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

See above. No Spoilers.


Any additional comments?

This is a long story, but worth it. Doug Greene did a very good job of narrating. The only issue I had with him was his voice being slightly staccato at times. It also sometimes lacked warmth when necessary. Overall a very good story.

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- Charles

Promising story but a little slow at times.

This is the first volume (really the first 3 volumes of what I believe is a 12 part story). I must admit there is plenty to like, interesting characters, a mysterious storyline, but at times it seemed a bit slow with chapters that didn't really seem to add to the story. But overall there is definitely more good than bad, and I'd really like to see where the story leads.

This is the first time I've heard Doug Greene's narration and while he has a pretty good voice, he has a rather odd delivery style, with strange random pauses. I swear at times it reminded me of the bizarre way William Shatner paused while portraying Kirk on Star Trek. And as odd as it might sounds, I can't say I hated it, it made me laugh, though I'm fairly confident that wasn't his intention. Would I .......listen to him again? Yes, yes I would.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-29-2017
  • Publisher: Brinestone Press