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Publisher's Summary

It began in First Activation, when military veterans Harry and Jack arrived at a silent JFK airport and a New York City full of madmen driven to kill one another.
In Second Activation, the two brothers escape from Monroe, Michigan, and head for New York to face down Genesis Alliance, a despotic organization that is implementing the chaos to create a new order. Caught in a race against time, confronted with a local team intent on revenge and expecting the imminent arrival of a larger reinforcement, Harry and Jack must avoid existing dangers, gain allies, and stop the Alliance from launching its next Activation.
With the fate of the remaining population at stake, Harry and Jack know that stopping the Activation means going to war once again....
Second Activation is the sequel in the high-octane and thrilling postapocalyptic Activation series.
©2015 Darren Wearmouth and Marcus Wearmouth (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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2 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 12-02-17

ONLY FOOLS RUSH IN

THE BOOK JUMPS RIGHT BACK INTO ACTION
AudioBookReviewer, states it plainly. This is action packed and that is all it is. A lot of listeners love to listen to people running around shooting, killing, hiding and running away. If you are one of those people than like some reviewers who have never meet a book they didn't love, you too will love this. Call me weird, but I like character development, lots of sciencey stuff and maybe a conspiracy theory. While book one has sciencey and conspiracy, this does not add anything new to book one. It didn't in the first four hours, which is all I could handle.

For me the journey through the Activation series ends here.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Matthew on 12-28-15

The activations continue...as does this journey...

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

In almost every instance, having an audiobook on the go is time well spent. This one is definitely no exception. Well drawn characters, excellent and interesting narration, and a plot that is entertaining. Well worth it.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

No real surprise. To be continued, so far as I can tell.

Which scene was your favorite?

The city scenes are fascinating speculation.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Definitely, but it would need some aggressive editing.

Any additional comments?

This book is worth the credit if nothing else but for the performance by James Langton, who is quickly becoming one of my favourite readers on Audible. This less of a story, and more of a journal of a journey, but however you want to describe it, it is well worth the investment of time and credit.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Revey on 04-25-17

Second activation, 2nd thoughts!

I'm in a bit of a dilemma I'm enjoying the story but I'm unsure if it's getting a little predictable. Realistically it's a new world order and with any apoplectic event the survival rules a very different. There again authors can only surmise what could happen. The pace of the story is fast, realistic and the sub story has its rationale and to some extent closure. The human carnage does not allow for any lasting relationships there again that happens every Monday night in the Walking Dead. Let's see what the third instalment brings?
RA

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