Hellspawn Sentinel (Volume 3) : Hellspawn

  • by Ricky Fleet
  • Narrated by Jonathan Johns
  • Series: Hellspawn
  • 7 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A vicious betrayal against Kurt and his family has left the survivors reeling. The cracks that started to appear with the rescue of Debbie and Mike has fractured the group completely. Now the two rival groups must press ahead against all the odds, striving to reach shelter before the winter takes hold.
New friends have joined the fray and brought with them an unsettled score. The dangers of the dead are ever present, but they are now joined by a flying spy in the sky. Always watching, always seeking them to satisfy the psychotic whims of their old superior.
As they flee the burning city feeling bereft and broken, they must gather their energy for the final push towards Arundel and the towering sentinel that could be their only hope. More terror awaits on their journey and it becomes clear the shambling dead may be the least of their worries.
A reckoning between good and evil must be fought in the coming months, and it will be to the death. With their waning humanity, Kurt wonders if they win, will they in turn become the evil they seek to destroy?

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ANOTHER MUST LISTEN STORY FROM RICKY FLEET!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes! The story so far has just drawn you in, you must know what happens to these characters!


What did you like best about this story?

The charactarization.


What about Jonathan Johns’s performance did you like?

Johns has become one of my favorite readers. I have listed to other books just to hear him read.


Any additional comments?

LISTEN TO ALL OF THESE BOOKS!! You will not regret it.

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- A. Carpenter

OOH YES, A MUST READ

awesome, I continue to feel for these characters, and mourn their losses. superb job Ricky
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- HL

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-01-2017
  • Publisher: Optimus Maximus Publishing