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Publisher's Summary

Friday's liberation from the Bone Flayers should have meant the end to Robinson Crusoe's troubles on the forbidden continent, but a reemergence of the Rendering Virus now threatens to destroy everything he loves.
Desperate and short on time, Robinson and Friday must now set across the wasteland of North America, overcoming new conflicts and new enemies in hopes of finding the mysterious City of Glass - the one place in the world that might hold the key to the world's cure and their last chance at survival.
©2016 Erik James Robinson (P)2017 Erik James Robinson
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5 out of 5 stars
By Todd (Toad) Vogel on 04-21-18

Great series!

This is the final book in a great post-apocalyptic series! It's been many years since I read the original Robinson Crusoe and I don't remember much from it, so I can't really compare the similarities aside from a few names. Great narration by Malk Williams!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Ken on 12-09-17

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I have enjoyed this book and the entire series. The performance was wonderful and focused on the story with just the right amount of voice differences to set the characters apart. Well done!

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