From G. Michael Hopf, the acclaimed apocalyptic and best-selling author of The New World series, is back with an exciting new and dark apocalyptic novel, Day Of Reckoning.
The day started like any other, but it ended with the human race fighting for its very existence.
A day of sorrow.
A day of sacrifice.
A day of death.
A day of reckoning.
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Not bad, not great
I am a fan of Hopf's work, but i cant say so much for Joseph Morton.
Maybe, it wouldnt be the first book recommendation i would give.
Joseph Morton is not a horrible narrator, but he also isnt really good. He sort of reminds me of listening to "Grandpa's stories" kind of thing. He has very little voice flexuation, but he is able to make slight little changes from character to character, but he runs out of distinguishable character voices quickly.
I generally enjoy Hopf's work, but I think the narrator left me cringing on this one. This PA story twists the modern day terror treat with a unique perspective on a mutant/zombie bio threat. Joseph Morton has a limited scope of voice manipulation and I've listen to many other books he has narrated. There were a number of moments that I got tired of listening to Morton, but the story itself kept me engaged. There are roughly 4 or 5 separate character story lines to follow in this book and for the most part its pretty easy to track. Hopf writes the book as both a solo novel and also leaves plenty of room to write a sequel or start another series. If he changes the narrator, I might stick with it.
- omar conger
great story in the makes
- Christian South