Maximum Violence : Arisen

  • by Michael Stephen Fuchs, Glynn James
  • Narrated by R.C. Bray
  • Series: Arisen
  • 8 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In Canterbury, as the virus rages out of control, one troop of Royal Marine Commandos fights a 360-degree battle for survival while also racing to rescue the Channel Tunnel survivors from a relentless siege, all before Hellfire missile strikes and carpet bombing kill anyone left alive. Across the Atlantic the crew of the USS John F. Kennedy risks a catastrophic reactor meltdown to get out of the path of a 10-mile-wide tide of the dead while onshore, at the naval air base, Wesley's tiny team maintains a lonely vigil that turns horrifyingly dangerous as the edge of the storm hits, pushing desperate civilians ahead of it.
In the air above, Gunnery Sergeant Fick leads a handpicked fireteam of spec-ops marines halfway across North America to take and defend an airfield on a remote island but learns, to his cost, that it is a place with a terrible history and very dangerous secrets. Finally, out on Lake Michigan, Alpha team races toward extraction...but first must fight their most harrowing battle yet, this time against the living, who are both more treacherous and a hell of a lot better armed than the dead.
Who will be left standing at the end? Find out if your heart can take the strain in the biggest and most explosive Arisen book yet: Arisen, book four: Maximum Violence.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Another short story!l

The story is good but disappointing at more than a few points. I don't like pawing so much for such a short book. I understand that this is done to increase profits however at some point I will get mad enough to stop buying them. But like the fool I am,I keep buying them.
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- Michael Belmont

Maximum Boredom

Another Arisen book where the lead characters make stupid decisions unlike any military leader in history. "Let's stop for this boat in the middle of the lake and abandon all sanity regarding our mission to save humanity and while we're at it, let's send our medic down to the depths of said boat without any security and we'll just see how things shake out." There are plenty of ways to add plot depth to a story without causing characters to abandon all common sense.

And for gods sake, why is there still no character development? I don't know anything about these people and somehow we're supposed to be concerned for their well being? To say that these characters are shallow would be a massive understatement.

And for the record, I fast forward during chapters that involve Britain. I couldn't care less about these people that I don't know....there's even less character development here than other parts of the book which is a disaster.

Great narration, horrible story. I'm done buying these books. I don't care what happens to them at this point.
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- Stephen G

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-01-2015
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing