They survived a journey across the wasteland to bring hope back to their friends and loved ones. But when Eric, Elaine, and Neil reach the seaside town of Bandon, one of the last bastions of civilization to have survived the apocalyptic worldwide blight, they find it empty. Abandoned. Everyone they know and care for has left.
Or been taken.
Only the smallest clues as to their whereabouts are left behind. But it is enough to send the trio heading north, sailing from town to town along the Alaskan coast, finding allies and confronting enemies along the way. Until finally they find themselves forced to enter a crumbling subterranean colony to rescue those they'd come for.
But once they enter The Pit, the lives they've known and the people they've trusted will change - forever.
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Mark Westfield is another bad narrator. He sounds like a deeper voiced William Shatner. Just minus a personality. Mark Westfield sounds like the guy from the monotone guy from the Clearasil commercials. If you're thinking about buying this audiobook, do yourself a favor and listen to the preview. This guy has less enthusiasm to his voice than a wall. Just cause the book is about the world being a dead wasteland, doesn't mean the narrator should like his soul is dead too.
Also, stop with the crappy sound effects. They were so cheesy and completely unnecessary and didn't help bring life to the book.
- Patrick Marks