Brushfire Plague: Volume 1

  • by R.P. Ruggiero
  • Narrated by Melissa Sutton
  • 9 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Surviving is just the beginning....
When a virulent plague erupts across the globe, Cooper Adams faces a daily battle for survival as society unravels at a dizzying pace. As he organizes his neighbors for self-defense and strives to save those around him, he soon discovers the first clues about the origin of the Brushfire Plague that is killing untold millions around the world. In his pursuit to learn the truth, Cooper must combat looters, organized gangs, and those protecting the Brushfire Plague's secrets. When his son falls ill, his search to uncover the plague's origin and a possible cure transforms into a race against time. Ultimately, Cooper faces a paralyzing choice between exposing what he has learned with potentially shattering consequences and abetting a horrible secret and giving his nation a chance to recover and rebuild.
The truth becomes more terrifying.

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Customer Reviews

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Resident Evil... Without the zombies.

Not in a bad way, mind you.
A pandemic story without zombies is quite refreshing given how inundated the media has been with them as of late.

A practical and unfortunately realistic take on how a pandemic and subsequent collapse of rule of law might play out. The ending might have fallen together a *BIT* too cleanly, but the scenario and motivations for doing so are ripped straight from recent news and debates.

The main character is realistic. He has his flaws, he loses his cool and he makes mistakes. He isn't overpowered by any means and doesn't always make it out of fights without losing blood himself.

My one complaint is that the story has a bit of a stutter in finding its pace starting out, but quickly moves into its own as it progresses.

The narration is solid and I have no complaints. She did extremely well with the reading and perhaps the only negative thing I could say is that her melodic voice doesn't really suit the somber atmosphere of the tale. Instead, I felt like Jake, being read a bedtime story recounting the events rather than experiencing them from Cooper's perspective. That aside, which isn't really her fault, she did a marvelous job.

All in all, definitely worth the listen and a different take on the usual survival story. I'd recommend it to anyone.
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- Lee Renllaw

Additional editing needed

Any additional comments?

In Chapter 27 about the 6 minute mark, there is a editing goof. A second party corrects the narrator and she continues.

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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-26-2015
  • Publisher: Prepper Press