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  • By: Jeremy Robinson
  • Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
  • Length: 25 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (105 ratings)

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Hunger: The Complete Trilogy

By: Jeremy Robinson
Narrated by: Jeffrey Kafer
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Summary

Desperate to solve a global food shortage, ExoGen scientist Dr. Ella Masse oversees the creation and release of RC-714, a gene that unlocks millions of years of adaptation and evolution, allowing crops to use long dormant junk DNA to rapidly adapt to any environment.

The world’s food supply grows aggressively, occupying every inch of earth, no matter how inhospitable. World hunger is averted. Humanity flourishes. RC-714 is digested, absorbed…and passed on.

The Change affects small fast-breeding mammals first. They multiply with the same aggressive speed as the ExoGen plants, but an insatiable hunger drives them to violence. A war between species breaks out. When RC-714 reaches humanity, along with every other large creature on the planet, civilization implodes. Every living thing that consumed the ExoGen crops begins to adapt to a world full of predators, accessing genes dating back to the beginning of life itself.

Peter Crane and his son Jakob survive the Change, living in their family farmhouse and eating non-ExoGen food from a biodome, one of many provided by Ella Masse, who discovered the ramifications of her breakthrough too late. The pair ekes out a living in a world full of monsters, surviving until Ella shows up on their doorstep with her daughter, pursued by desperate predators and men alike.

As the farmhouse falls under attack, Crane learns that the end of humanity, of life on Earth, can still be averted—if Ella Masse and her daughter survive and if they make it to the other side of the country without being captured…or consumed.

Jeremy Robinson merges the science of Michael Crichton with the horror of Stephen King in this fresh take on the post-apocalypse, creating a true worst-case scenario for GMO crops that will have people reading labels before eating their next pepper, tomato, or kernel of corn.

©2023 Jeremy Robinson (P)2023 Podium Audio

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One for the Movies

From the start I was grabbed by this amazing book! The plot was unique, the storyline riveting. The performance by Jeffrey Kafer was perfect. I could only imagine what someone like Spielberg could do with the 'creatures' were this to be made into a movie. I am now looking forward to more Jeremy Robinson books!

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What an imagination!

Loved this! I am a scientist and loved the plot around genetics. the military aspect made it so cool and the characters were well fleshed out. can't wait for more from this author

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Drivel

Rhymes with light, rhymes with bright and also rhymes with flight. What a waste of my time and credit

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excellent read as always never fails to deliver

loved it great pace science horror action has it all. never fails to deliver

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lost its way in book three

The story and concept are good, and I enjoyed the first two books, even though the explanatory narrative was a little excessive.
However, in book three this went into overdrive, and I found the constant explanations and validations really annoying.
overall, the story went from being an interesting, believable and thought provoking concept ( books one and two) into a flight of pure fantasy ( book three)

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What a great journey.

I just wish there was more! I had not read the first 2 books, so was able to do the whole lot fresh. Loved it all.
Thanks Jeremy.

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another fantastic book by Mr Robinson

loved the book,
fantastic overall story.
fantastic trilogy and great character development.

and the final book was epic.

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Binge worthy story

I binged the book and now I have binged the audiobook!

Great story as always from Jeremy Robinson. Hooked from the beginning with characters that made me laugh out load and feel their pain like they were family.

Great narration from Jeffrey Kafer.

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Weird dreams from this one

I usually fall a sleep listening to an audio book but this one is giving me weird action dreams.

The book itself isn't too bad, feels long though and the narration is top quality.

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Great

Really enjoyed it. What a great idea for a film. Narration was excellent as well

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