The Complete Exodus Trilogy

  • by Andreas Christensen
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • 14 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This is the complete omnibus edition of the Exodus Trilogy, which has captivated listeners all over the world.
When an object threatens human civilization, it becomes clear that we need to venture to the stars. With just a few years' warning, this will be a race against time, and only a small number of colonists can be saved.
In an America turned authoritarian, a small group of people draws up their plans to change not this world but the next. The confrontation seems inevitable, but who will prevail and at what cost?
A world divided makes their separate plans. Some will fail, some will prevail, and some will stay hidden until the time comes to unveil their plans and schemes. In desperate times, humanity will show its darker side, and even the best of intentions can result in the worst of outcomes. Will human ability for compassion and unity rise up or succumb to fear and ruthlessness under pressure? And when the starship Exodus leaves for distant Aurora, more than 40 light -ears away, nobody knows that this journey will end up answering some of humanity's greatest and oldest questions: Who are we? Are we alone? Where do we come from?
This omnibus contains Exodus (book 1), Aurora (book 2), and Genesis.

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Good Story, Did not like the Narrator

Looking for a book 4. hope it will have a better narrator. Mr. Kafer is too wooden for my taste.
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- T. Olson

Not About The Wonder Of Discovery

This series is trite and unimaginative political drama. It's really more like a poorly-written Steven King story, where the "backdrop universe" is a far-secondary part of the story, and the characters' interactions and inter-relationships are the principle focus. The problem is that those relationships and interactions are fairly shallow, stereotypical, unimaginative, and uninteresting. Thank goodness for the ability to play the audio at accelerated speed, or I would have bailed on the story before the end of the first book.

If you're looking for a story that revels in the challenge and awe of interstellar space flight, exploration of new worlds, and the fantastic technologies to make it all happen, look elsewhere. The travelers might as well have hopped a bus to their new world, and checked in to the local Travelodge.

And a minor irritation: While the narrator performance is okay overall, his tone and cadence for every sentence throughout the three books is essentially the same. The monotony gets to you after a while.
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- JLB

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-02-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing