Genesis : Extinction Point

  • by Paul Antony Jones
  • Narrated by Emily Beresford
  • Series: Extinction Point
  • 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After an alien invasion devastates humanity, a battered group of survivors huddles in a remote outpost, fighting to endure in a now-hostile world. Resources are dwindling, and internal power struggles threaten to tear apart the fragile last vestige of human society.
Emily Baxter remains haunted by vivid dreams of Earth's new masters. With these nightmares comes concern for her son, Adam, the posthuman world's firstborn child - a child who is ominously marked with red-flecked eyes. While Emily's husband is off on a dangerous mission, she is accused of committing an unthinkable crime and resolves to clear her name by journeying, along with her stepdaughter and their dog, Thor, into the alien wilderness that was once Earth.
All around Emily lurk mysterious new dangers that threaten her and her companions at every turn. Are these perils the final stages of an apocalyptic invasion or the harbinger of something even worse yet to come?

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Reader almost ruins it

Story is enjoyable and compelling, but please, please, please find a different reader for the next audiobook. This one's incessantly repetitive cadence and melodramatic breathiness almost forced me to stop listening. She. Is. AWFUL.
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- P. Moran

I do not remember the narrator being this annoying

I listened to the last three books and enjoyed them. I don't know if the narrator changed her style or the director told her to or what is going on, but I don't remember them being this obnoxious.

At the end of every sentence she extends the wooooooooord. And trails off in a slightly hoarse whisperrrrrrrrrrrr. But not when she's talking for the characterrrrrrs! Only the narration part, which is, unfortunately, most of the tiiiiiiiiiiime. It's like on the last word, she suddenly started smoking 18 packs a day and had a strooooooke. I recommend upping the playback speed to minimize this annoyaaaaaaaaaance. If reading this bothered you, then don't bother listening to this boooooooook.
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- Jennifer Jones

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-03-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio