Into the Yellow Zone : Into the Outside

  • by Lynda Engler
  • Narrated by Ann Bumbak
  • Series: Into the Outside
  • 7 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After leaving her underground shelter with a passing mutant tribe, 16-year-old Isabella, her new husband Malcolm, two young tribe members, and two little children, seek the old scientist Telemark village's priestess saw in her visions. Is he looking for a vaccine to keep humans from suffering the ravages of their poisoned world? Or are Araddea's visions merely hallucinations born of her mutated mind?
Meanwhile Isabella's brother, Luke, is desperately trying to find them to deliver medication that can save them from a disease they don't even know they have. But Luke isn't just delivering meds...he has escaped the military base with knowledge of a government plan that will help clean up their toxic and irradiated world, but at what cost to mutants?


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Book 2 - mutants

Into the Yellow Zone is a story about post US times following multiple nuclear bombs going off. I had goose bumps going up my arms and neck when listening to the beginning of the book. Told from the perspective of a few people, the listener is taken on a journey to save the human mutants who’s genetics were damaged by the uranium. Great story. My only wish was that the narrator stayed away from reading in a monotone between character dialogue.
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- Book Junkie

Wonderfully written work with engaging characters

My second read/listen from authors Lynda Engler & Henry Dixon. Into the Outside was a wonderfully written work with engaging characters set in the not too distant believable future. The narrator’s voice inflections add to the enjoyment of a well-written work. I’m happy to see the story is not complete because it’s so engrossing that it needs completion.
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- Roger & Jean Fauble

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-29-2017
  • Publisher: Lynda Engler