Joshua's Tree

  • by N.W. Harris
  • Narrated by Joshua Bennington
  • 8 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When a skateboarding accident hurls 17-year-old Joshua Tyler into a dismal future overrun by flesh-eating mutants, he taps into the strength and courage hidden within him and manages to stay alive, only to discover his horrifying relationship to the scientific genius who brought all life on Earth to the brink of annihilation.
Aided by Nadia, a beautiful warrior student who believes he may be the prophesized savior sent to rescue her people, Josh learns to fight for survival. Terrified by the constant threat of a violent death, Josh wants nothing more than to get back to his own life. But the longer he survives in this strange place, the more he learns about its creation. Charged with the job of assassinating the enemy's leader, Josh begins to uncover his connection to the army of cannibalistic monsters-a nightmarish truth that could prevent him from ever finding his way home.


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Customer Reviews

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Fansasy that keeps you interested in the outcome

What did you love best about Joshua's Tree?

How the two main characters made the story work.

Have you listened to any of Joshua Bennington’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I first listened to Mr. Bennington's work on Adjuster Stories and it was a very interesting to hear him make the insurance claim stories come to life. I then listened to Boating: A Life's Journey which kept my interest all the way. He has a great voice and knows how to make a book and the characters come to life. I am looking forward to his next release.

Any additional comments?

I expect this book has a companion one on the way to us and I will be able to spend a few more hours enjoying Joshua Bennington continuing the story.

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- Harry Boyle

Teen skate-boarder goes for the ride of his life

What did you love best about Joshua's Tree?

"Azul" the Ceradel was it a cat with a horn? That only grazed like a cow but could run alday!

What other book might you compare Joshua's Tree to and why?

Back to the future. Luke gets to see himself as an old man.

What about Joshua Bennington’s performance did you like?

, I liked the reading. His narrator voice was just right as a story teller, it gave a nice background. Not too emotional The voice changes when he does a character's dialogue to an and that gives more feeling to the story.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Makes you think what science will do for us in the future.

Any additional comments?

This book ended in mid air. I would like to see a second book that finishes the story.

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- Neil

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-17-2014
  • Publisher: Neil Harris