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Publisher's Summary

In the not-too-distant future, a young woman bears witness to the end of her world. Earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanic eruptions rock the planet, reducing cities to smoking rubble, burying entire islands and coastlines beneath cataclysmic waves. Religious fervor and human evil erupt and entwine, becoming a maelstrom of madness in the days after, bringing with it the horror of apocalyptic war.
As a population in the depths of despair struggles to overcome insurmountable odds, can a single glimmer of hope flare into a beacon for the survivors? This is her tale....
The world is ours...and now, it's Story Time.
©2011 Linell Jeppsen (P)2012 World Castle Publishing
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1 out of 5 stars
By John on 01-06-13


Wow. "Bad" does not even begin to describe this book. I'm not sure what was more unbelievable, the flying school bus, or the idea that a Denver Nugget would drive a Prius. The narrator droned-on in a monotone voice, and it took all my will just to get to the rather abrupt ending. The bad guys were all bigoted, gun-toting White Christian cannibals (with bad teeth), while the good guys were a rainbow coalition of peace loving do-gooders. This was, hands down, the most politically correct science fiction story I've ever read (heard?), and it was neither believable or enjoyable. Save yourself eight hours of your life you'll never get back and spend your credit elsewhere.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Linda Archinal on 05-06-14

I like the book hate the narrator

What did you like best about Story Time? What did you like least?

It's an intriguing switch on the apocalypse - a bit too hard core on good guys - bad guys

Would you be willing to try another book from Linell Jeppsen? Why or why not?

Maybe - I like the unique viewpoint

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Bigtime by a very flat monotone delivery

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

No. I like happy endings at home

Any additional comments?

If the narration was better I would have been happy to listen. Unfortunately it put me off

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