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Publisher's Summary

Famine, Death, War, and Pestilence - the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, the harbingers of Armageddon. These are our guides through the Wastelands.
Wastelands 2: More Stories of the Apocalypse is a new anthology of postapocalyptic literature from some of the most renowned authors in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror genres today, including George R. R. Martin, Hugh Howey, Junot Díaz, David Brin, and many more. This eclectic mix of tales explores famine, death, war, pestilence, and harbingers of the biblical apocalypse.
Like its predecessor, Wastelands 2 delves into a bleak landscape to uncover the raw human emotion and heart-pounding thrills at the genre's core.
©2015 John Joseph Adams (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Skyboat Media, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By LisaD1974 on 03-25-15

excellent company.

I bought this book prior to a solo road trip. Not a moment went by that I was bored or frustrated as the packing and tone of each story are unique. A most welcome experience.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Gambol on 05-29-16

Better than the first anthology.

An even stronger collection than the first anthology, at least in the first half. Narration is mostly top-notch with a couple of notable exceptions. Taylor Meskimen (not listed in the credits, narrator of Colliding Branes (sic)) was especially painful to listen to; baby voice, ssssibilant sssss's at the end of wordsssss, abuse of the "eh" sound ("rafferinces" viz references, "naxt" viz next, "daffinately" viz definitely, "taxt" vis text, "gnatworking" viz networking, "claverly laveraged her interast", etc. I stopped listening when she referred to sex as "sax".

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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