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Summary

Led by his curiosity and fueled by intelligence, Dr. Marcus Leon embarks on what he believes is the greatest scientific experiment of all time. One that ignites a firestorm of controversy. Not only does Marcus intend to extract DNA from the blood trapped in the Shroud of Turin, but he will clone the image upon it. 

The experiment is a success and the masses embrace the clone as the embodiment of Christ, failing to recognize that science can replicate the body, but cannot touch the soul. 

Devoid of this essential spirit, the clone is nothing more than a directionless vessel in need of a captain. A position quickly filled. The arrival of the clone begins the end to all humanity. 

Last Days Trilogy includes all three books: Last Days, Exodus, and Purge.

©2017 Jacqueline Druga (P)2018 Jacqueline Druga

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I like this audio book s lot one of the best ones I have had this year

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  • I'm a Realist
  • 17-08-18

Overall I think it was worth a credit

This was a decent listen. There were times where it was predictable, but I enjoyed it for what it was. More so I really liked the idea of the trilogy and and the overall story. Honestly I'm having a hard time pinpointing what could have been done better, and I'm torn between details/writing and narration/delivery. The main characters were absurd at times, and there seemed to weird swings between what was accepted and what was not, considering how the story was progressing. Anyway I'm not the best critic but I was very interested to read the reviews of others since there weren't any when I bought it. I was surprised to not see any low star reviews.

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  • Geoff
  • 11-08-18

Great story!

Pretty gripping from start to finish. A bargain to have all 3 of these for 1 credit. The narrator did a good job, excellent quality. As far as the story, it's not a post-apocalyptic story, but the apocalypse hanging in the balance. The characters are all very important. Very well done!

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 08-08-18

Awesome Non-zombie Apocalyptic Trilogy

Last Days Book 1
Having read the publisher's summary I knew that I had to listen to this trilogy. Have to say I wasn't let down. This book isn't standalone by any means so there is only a slight climax and ends at the start of everything. This whole book is pretty much a buildup to the second book.
Not your typical end of the world story and so far it is definitely seeming like a cool story. The premise of the story is quite outrageous, but done quite well and approached the same way I would expect it to be in real life, or at least how Hollywood tells me real life is. Not sure that the science behind any of this is correct but that doesn’t impact the story itself.
I actually don't really care for either of the two main protagonists. The only person who actually seems to make any sense is Kyle. Devante is so far my favorite. I know you shouldn't root for the bad guy but his character is the most intriguing and the most fun. I know Reggie is supposed to be the fun one but she annoys me.

Exodus Book 2
Enjoyed this story a lot more than the first one. Since the first book was essentially a buildup to this book we get a lot more action and no slow roll. The first book abruptly ended, as does this one.
We finally are getting closer to the end of the world. Split between those who believe in Devante and those who oppose him. Both sides get ready for battle and a surprise guest shows up to lead Marcus and Reggie into battle. If they make a movie about this I think Paul Bettany should play this role.
Starting to like Marcus more but Kyle is still probably my favorite next to Devante. I really like how Devante, not being from this century, doesn't know how modern things work. Michael is a dick. It is really annoying how Michael, not being from this century, has no idea how modern things work, including words, people, relationships, showers, etc. Reggie is going to become the savior?

Purge Book 3
Great way to end the trilogy. The battle was good and the ending, although sad, was fitting. Glad to see that Reggie continues to be the bad-ass she was in the last book. Got a little tired of her complaining about not having a sword, but the resolution to that was fantastic. Really enjoyed how everything came together. Each book seemed quite different and this one was perfect for the ending. Keep in mind this needs to be heard in order and I’m happy to say there is no hook ending leaving it open for another.
Things got a little weird for me between Michael and Reggie. I wasn’t really sure what the whole point of his desire to be intimate with her was. As a point of explaining how he was not human but took on human aspects I can get, but it just got creepy and didn’t portray how I would want an angel to behave when they descend to defeat evil. I want something more like Michael from the movie Legion. Prefer a bad-ass over an emotional train wreck. I definitely prefer Devante over Michael, he didn’t have the weaknesses that I felt Michael has. I have to say though that I loved how Michael called everyone a jerk not knowing what the actual meaning was.

Rick Gregory did a great job with the narration. I have always enjoyed his character voices and he continues to do a really great job. Rick's different tone between Devante, arrogant and pompous, and Michael, foolish yet confident, is perfect. He really nails those characters. All and all he really brought these stories to life and his voice really adds to the emotions and personalities of each character. Glad he was the narrator for the entire series.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • medy
  • 02-08-18

Last Days Trilogy

I enjoyed this book from beginning to the end. The characters were well developed and I enjoy the banter between them. I laughed and I cried a little. I enjoyed this book from beginning to the end. The characters were well developed and I loved the banter between them. I laughed and I cried a little. Good audiobook.

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  • Todd (Toad) Vogel
  • 02-08-18

Biblically Apocalyptic!

This trilogy is awesome! It is now one of my favorite post-apocalyptic series! A doctor trying to clone Christ, what could go wrong? Dr Marcus Leon has always questioned his religious beliefs. He's a man of science and needs tangible evidence. What better evidence can you get than seeing Christ in the flesh. He intends to extract DNA from the Shroud of Turin and clone whoever was supposedly wrapped in it. The cloning is a success, but definitely not what he expected. He calls himself Devante. He is the Anti-Christ and he is ready to bring the end of days to mankind. As Devante gathers his army from Hell, Marcus, Regina, and the Archangel Michael gather an army of their own to fight back and save humanity. This is a great Sci-Fi trilogy that I highly recommend! Rick Gregory does an outstanding job with the narration!

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  • Sidney
  • 27-07-18

Really different approach to the end times

This story involves a young scientist who is trying to create a clone using the DNA from the Shroud of Turin. The process goes horribly wrong when word gets out and people start to turn against him and when the clone is taken over by evil.

The story revolves around two people. The scientist Marcus and the girl he has known since birth Reggie. Their adventures trying to correct the situation and the family involvement and those they care about involve death and destruction as well as love and commitment.

The story involves much death and destruction by the forces of evil yet manages to throw in many humorous zings throughout. A very well done story.

The narration is superb. Great range of voices and accents make it easy to tell the characters and it is done well with emotion to boot.

This book was provided free with the expectation of a review.

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