Sixth Cycle

  • by Darren Wearmouth, Carl Sinclair
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • 7 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the blink of an eye, the world changed.
Danger lurks around every corner.
Captain Jake Phillips wakes in his crash-landed craft and finds Earth transformed into a frightening new world. He faces two immediate threats that will test his survival skills to the limit.
Mutated beings prowl the landscape, hunting humans and searching for the remaining resources. Without a plan in place, the battle will be lost, and humanity as Jake knows it will be destroyed.
Sixth Cycle is a gritty postapocalyptic story of survival and adventure.


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Wonderful story line easy to follow and great choice of narrator you won't be disappointed.
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- Christina

A story of could have been so much...

I tend to listen to anything one Mr R.C Bray narrates as he has the great ability to turn a story I don't naturally gel with into something which is acceptable. That is not to say that there is something below par with this title!

However, I finished listening to this one and felt it could have been so much better! This could easily have been the surprise title of the year for me and I do listen to a lot of titles! It has an element or feel of 'Planet of the Apes' to it. In the sense of 'what has man done?' While at the same time a cowboy and Indian feel with a Wild West theme. It has a mutant, although to tell you the truth I was hoping for a zombie theme.... But don't tell anyone that :-)

But then when I sit down and think about it some more, it could have also been so much worse with those different types of elements contained within. I get the feeling this title could have been so much longer with so much more character development from all of the different parties. I thought it felt like a story made for a movie straight out of the box.

The narration was good, usual R.C. Bray standard. Speed was increased to just 1.25x so no significant impact to your $ per hour calculations.

This one will keep your commute to work from becoming to stressful or boring, but as it stands it is not an outstanding title when it had the chance to be outstanding.

All in all just one out of two thumbs up from this fat man!
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- The Zombie Specialist

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2015
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing