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Escape the Virus: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller

Last Pandemic, Book 1
Narrated by: Andrew Tell
Series: Last Pandemic, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
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Summary

Highly contagious, a deadly virus rips through the country like wildfire. No one is safe.

Albuquerque, NM is quickly overrun. People drop like flies. And with no one left to keep things running, they'll soon be plunged into darkness. City services grind to a halt. Those who manage to stay uncontaminated are left to compete for quickly-dwindling supplies.

Matt's a normal office worker with an eye for being prepared. But now that a real catastrophe has hit, he quickly realizes that he's not prepared enough. Much of his gear is back at home, and he's trapped at the office. Will he be able to cross a city that's quickly descending into chaos?

Matt's coworker, Jamie, finds herself flung into the violence and insanity. Her only way to survive? Pair up with someone who seems to have it figured out. For her, that's Matt. Her only problem? Their handful of dates a month ago didn't exactly end well.

Escape the Virus is book one of Last Pandemic, a post-apocalyptic survival thriller series. It deals with real people fighting for their survival every inch of the way.

©2019 Ryan Westfield (P)2019 Ryan Westfield

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  • arley r earnest
  • 23-12-19

Hoping the 2nd one is better.

I really struggled through this book. Poor Word usage. Poor character development. Narrator was ok.

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  • Christopher Hall
  • 20-02-20

Slow and lacking

I understand this is the first book in the series however, it’s slow. The internal conflict of the characters is over emphasized in comparison to the action. I’m a native NM and live in ABQ so I thought it was cool to have an apocalyptic book based here. It was good but not what I was expecting after reading over 50 other books in this genre. I think A. Americans’ Going Home series, Franklin Hortons’ Locker Nine series, William Forstchens’ One second after series have set the bar high. I’m going to read book 2 hoping it gets better. And what’s with almost every author writing “clips” instead of “magazine” when discussing weapon reloads??? Come on man!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-02-20

terrible

could not stand the narrator . turned it off after 5 minutes . wish I could get a refund

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  • Jeffrey Nichols
  • 09-01-20

Horrible

Should be removed from Audible. Depressing. Author writes from a self defeated suicidal POV. BAD

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  • wendy
  • 23-12-19

Unrealistic characters

Definitely a struggle to finish. I only did so because I paid for it. By the end of the book I wished every one of the characters had died because any people as stupid as they were deserved not to make it.
Conversations and character rections were overdone and overdramatized.