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Publisher's Summary

Don't just survive the apocalypse -- live!
His son died, and his wife left him. Then the world ended. It was about to get much worse.
Tom was already prepared for society's collapse when the nonstop solar storms arrived. He just hadn't planned on the loneliness.
When a woman and a little boy show up, they bring with them much more than Tom had bargained for. He'll not only have to battle for his life; he'll need to fight for a reason to live, as he recalls the painful memories and the songs linked to them in Hell's Requiem.
©2017 Toes in the Water Publishing, LLC (P)2017 Toes in the Water Publishing, LLC
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By anne on 08-09-17


** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

I was confused with this story at times, it jumps around a bit, and once you listen to the whole thing, you will go... hmmmm? I loved the playlist, and it is a very realistic take on the end of the world... when his wife cries because there is no wifi in the beginning.. I totally lol'd, because that would be me! I felt bad for Tom at times, because he never stopped grieving his son.. and I can totally relate with that. Kevin Pierce does End of the world/Apocalypse/Prepper like no other... I really like listening to him... he rocks this genre!

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By Edain on 08-07-17

Music and the End of the World

I enjoyed this book though it was a little on the darker side. Not so much from the story but more from the internal mental struggles Tom puts himself through. It was refreshing because it was not the same old story line. It felt a little like the Stand mixed liberally with other apocalyptic elements. The story twists with the addition of the boy and his mother which took me by surprise and makes me wonder where that plot line will go. I look forward to the sequel.

Kevin Pierce did a great job on the narration as usual. I feel that if Kevin is narrating that it will be a good story.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

While I was given this book in exchange for a review, I have reviewed the book honestly to the best of my ability. I would never recommend a book to someone else if I would not purchase it myself

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