American Exodus: A Post-Apocalyptic Journey
- Narrated by: Steven Varnum
- Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-10-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: JK Franks Media
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Steven Porter had a mostly charmed life, one that most people would envy, that is until it all vanished. He was far from home on that day when his world changed forever. How far does the devastation reach - the whole country, the world? Millions of people are fleeing the cities trying to find safety. Steve finds himself as one of those lost souls wandering the highways. Each step forward is fraught with peril. What will he find if he even makes it back home?
To survive the dangerous journey, he must battle hunger, thirst, and the relentless attacks by others as well as a seemingly brutal response by our government that raises more questions than answers. What's left of his world? Normal is a fading memory, survival is all that matters. His challenge is simple, adapt or die.
American Exodus is a companion novel to the popular Catalyst series. This gritty standalone get-home journey offers an intimate view of one man's harrowing mission to return to his family.
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By Cycletrash on 01-30-18
Keep Them Coming!
I was provided this free review copy audio book by the author or narrator." This review is for the audio copy of: American Exodus: A Post-Apocalyptic Journey: Catalyst by JK Franks and narrated by Steven Varnum. So you need to know that this is my favorite genre of audio books and that this is the third book by this duo that I have listened to. So here goes: It was great. That’s it. That is all you need to know. So get it and listen to it and if you disagree with me, then leave a review. I’ll leave you with the fact that the first two books were as good and you can find my reviews for them. This one is a different storyline for a different group of people set in the same world. So a great idea that was well thought out and executed. While the story for this group has a satisfactory ending, it can keep going. I for one hope that it does and I cannot wait for the next book. Oh, yeah. I was listening to a different book when this opportunity came up and I jumped this book ahead of that and 2 or 3 others that were already in my listening queue. Great work JK and Steven, please keep it up!
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By Dajo on 03-09-18
Survival without weapons. That’s new
The second half of the book for me was better than the first half. Though I don’t know how realistic it would be to survive this situation with virtually no weapons, it was good to see this version. He makes a point of avoiding trouble rather than meeting it head on, which is different than most books in this genre. Main character is no coward, but is smart and goes around trouble if possible. And there is a lot of trouble.
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