The Death: Extinction : The Death Trilogy

  • by John W. Vance
  • Narrated by Guy Williams
  • Series: The Death Trilogy
  • 4 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The world is now on the brink of a sixth major extinction event.
Those who have survived don't look at themselves as the lucky but the cursed.
Devin is desperate to find Tess. Operating on a hunch that she may have survived, he will complete his transformation into the man he never imagined he could be. With mercy only for the innocent, he will deal lethal blows to those who dare get in his way.
Travis finds himself lost following Lori's death, but Cassidy will give him purpose again. Longing to find Tess and Cassidy needing to know if Devin is alive, they both will venture across the wasteland that is America. The road will be long and harsh but the two will find solace in each other.
Chancellor Horton has escaped with a new virus more lethal than The Death. He is determined to fulfill his plan of world domination but what he doesn't realize is this new virus is unpredictable and if released will doom many species on the planet.
As the world careens towards another disaster, can Devin, Travis and Cassidy complete their journeys and reunite with the ones they love?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Expected more...

The first two books in this series were amazing. It's not that the quality of writing fell off but I feel like the author just kind of threw in the towel in regards to the story itself.

Many people will be unhappy with this book due to the fact it doesn't end in a way pleasing to the average reader. That being said, my beef is more with the effort given to the storyline, not that it was such an abrupt ending. Vance did the equivalent to putting in your second string team when down late in a game...just kind of gave up on what could have been one of the best apocalyptic/dystopian fiction series to come out in along time.
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- Marnikca

So disappointed, returning

The blurb is totally misleading. Devin doesn't transform, but remains the useless twit he was in the beginning. Devin, next time you meet an evil pirate on top of your woman, just shoot him rather than scream and blather about how you don't have time for this. I was screaming aloud obscenities at him.

Travis, no "solacing" going on there, more like arguing than anything. Our brilliant and heroic marine feels every bone in his body that this is bad news so instead of hitting the gas and driving away, walks into a trap.

Instead of what I was anticipating where all the characters would finally meet up and have some resolution, many things just felt manufactured and unbelievably stupid as if the author was fed up with his story and needed to end things.

Pathetic and sad little story, so much so I have to return it. What a let down compared to the first book.
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- Tilo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-01-2015
  • Publisher: John W. Vance