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Forsaken World: Innocence Lost

Forsaken World Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Eric A. Shelman
Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins
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Summary

Ian and Lance are typical All-American teenagers: good at sports, martial arts, smart, and girl crazy. Best of friends, they are inseparable, when suddenly their lives are shattered. A meteor lands in Greenland with no warning, and with it comes new life. Ian and Lance's parents are stuck in Hawaii when the riots close in on their home. With their parents halfway across the world, the boys are abruptly forced to forsake their childhood in order to survive. 

As the dead rise, hungry for flesh, the boys lose their innocence as they must fight their way to their parent's cabin, a place of safety in the dangerous new world. Without an adult to guide them, will Ian and Lance survive, or will they succumb to the plague of the undead?

©2015 Thomas A. Watson (P)2018 Thomas A. Watson

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Awesome, Brilliant Just Amazing

Brilliant book Thomas Watson does it again. With excellent narration from Eric Shelman I can't wait till the 2nd book is released

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  • Kate B
  • 13-07-18

Loved how this came to life!

Bought this for a road trip for my husband and I to listen to. We love Tommy's books and Eric A. Shelman is so easy to listen to! Lance and Ian are a little over the top but I think that is one of the reason's we loved it. Great job guys!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 13-06-18

Spot on charcters

What are two things that make a great read? Thomas and Tina Watson that's what. Eric Shelman's performance is just icing on this cake.

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  • L. Barnett
  • 05-08-18

It's interesting enough to finish...

Do you enjoy the language and sociopathy of a 10 year old online gamer? Then this is the book for you! You're going to love the ongoing tampon jokes.

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  • terri
  • 20-07-18

Very juvenile

Was this written by a twelve year old that never had any parenting? The f bomb was used like a comma. So I guess the brothers wanted
the little sister could see how to use filthy language properly? I have worked heavy construction and an ex Marine, wow ! Try again mr. Watson !

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  • M. Philo
  • 20-06-18

loved it

waited a long time for this to come out. The story and narration top rate.

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  • Steven Prince
  • 18-06-18

this book started out VERY good.. UNTIL

Was really enjoying this book..started of very good UNTIL the trip to the cabin started.. The FOUL and shear amount of profanity basicly ruined the story... so..Mr. Author , if you want to sell books and have listeners loyalty.. STOP the unwanted and un-needed profanity..it DETRACKED from the story

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 20-11-18

Smart kids

Love the fact that kids can be resoceful. The boys and their pranks are great. Lots of action could do with less bad language but my teans did it to. I really like that each character feels alive. I can picture them easily. Hope they put all of it on audio.

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  • audra dryer
  • 28-10-18

Glad I listened to...

I am very glad that I found this little gem. Good story line. Great plot. Well developed and likeable characters. Perfect narration by Eric A. Sherman. I really hope the rest of the series shows up on Audible soon!

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  • Paul
  • 20-09-18

dont listen to the sissy reviewers

As some reviewers said there is a lot of profanity stop being pussies they're thirteen

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  • dylan
  • 09-08-18

Great story. Great Characters. Great reading

I loved everything about this, and cannot wait for the next few books to come on audio! Please ignore all the reviews about the profanity ruining the story, I thought it gave it GRIT and made the story seem more life like. If you don't like it, read some sissy kids fairy tale book, because this isn't a fairytal or a kids book. Keep up the great work, ignore these haters!

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