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When friends join ex-soldier Jonah on a European vacation, they discover that the beautiful German town where he was once stationed is now completely vacant. But the strangeness doesn’t end there. One of their group falls into a coma, another sees a strange creature, and large mounds of dirt appear everywhere.

Before they can determine just what is happening, Jonah realizes that something very deadly is watching from the shadows, waiting to hunt them. The pleasant vacation turns into absolute terror as Jonah and his friends struggle to survive.

But what they stumble across in the depths of an abandoned military base threatens not only their lives, but also all of mankind.

©2012, 2015 C. A. Gleason (P)2017 C. A. Gleason

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Jonah is nobody's hero...

A good start to what promises to be an interesting series, plenty of action, thrills and spills, and stomach churning gore! I didn't like MC Jonah very much to begin with, but he grew on me, I really liked the narrator David Drummond and can't wait to start book 2.

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Good book

The book was good, not brilliant. Set in Germany, makes a change from US. Classic horror format if you fancy a bit of eww.

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 16-10-18

Different Take in the Apocalyptic Genre

This played out like the typical zombie apocalypse story but without zomibes. Quite frankly I think I would have preferred zombies because the molters were never really explained to my satisfaction. I liked the concept and think there is a lot that can be further explained but they seemed more of a backstory to the overall struggle to survive in the apocalypse story. As far as the characters went I really didn’t like the main character, Jonah. Dishonorably discharged from the military for drinking and while he has the skills of a trained soldier he wasn’t in long enough for me to believe he was some super survivor. Things seemed to be too convenient for him and it seemed his only real struggle was alcoholic demons which brought out the worst in him. I found myself drawn to more of the other characters in the story over him. I appreciated him growing throughout the story but that is to be expected. The premise and plot of the story were great. Had some feel of some late night horror movie and I’m totally into those. I just wish there was more substance to this versus the standard apocalypse story. I thought this had a lot of potential that was unrealized. These style stories either focus on the internal human struggle or the external survival in a world of monsters, I don’t think this one did either above and beyond, which is needed to stand out amongst the crowd. I think this was left open for another book so hopefully that one will have more about the molters and answer some of my questions. The narrator did a fantastic job. I really enjoyed every aspect of his narration especially his deep voice. He had great subtle character voices that really helped bring the story to life. As this was the first time I have listened to him I hope to hear more in the future. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Simone
  • 05-09-19

Travel Apocalypse

'Molters' really went for it, and that's something I always appreciate. I'm not certain that what Gleason was going for was 100% accomplished, but the story is fun and interesting nonetheless. There were some gaps in the plot that were difficult to over look and I never got a full picture on what the monster really was. I'm not sure I would recommend this one, but it certainly wasn't a terrible listen! David Drummond delivers a good performance. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Deedra
  • 07-11-18

Molters

I'm still not sure if I liked this book or not.It was pod people like.It was gross.Narration by David Drummond started out weak but did pick up.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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  • Erika
  • 04-10-18

A different kind of apocalypse

This story was different and is a bit sci-fiish. There are references to the molters evolving from something on Earth, although, that is only speculations by the main character, Jonah. He's an ex soldier and when bodies start piling up he takes charge. He's forced to or die. There's a long string of characters in the book and it could almost be divided into two separate books in a series. The story had a good flow. The narrator matched my thoughts of the main character and it had enough suspense to intrigue me. It also has a fair amount of death. In a situation like Jonah faces death would be unavoidable. I don't normally have problems with character dying anyways but in this case it fits well. There are a few heroic moments for Jonah as he attempts to slay the molters that keep his life on edge. Overall, I really enjoyed it and would reccomend it to anyone who enjoys zombie/apocalyptic type books and movies.

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  • KD
  • 18-09-18

Stars slow then picks up

This book is about 3.5 starts but I rounded up. It started slow and I didn’t really care about the characters at first. Which is bad for a survival tale, they get a little better but can be kind of annoying.

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  • xenduro
  • 10-06-20

listened to all 3

really liked that it followed the main guy. lots did not make it. very good, one of my favorites(all 3 were) i got free copies.

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  • Mark Mackey
  • 03-06-20

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It was a good thing I started off with part one instead of part three like intended. Was this interesting and enjoyable, yeah, absolutely, with likeable characters and writing. Now onto the other two parts.

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  • Maly C
  • 03-06-20

Entertaining

Really enjoyed this book, there were couple of spots that had me guessing but it finally all came together. Different zombie type of book not the typical but just as entertaining. Narration was great, no issues. sucked me in pretty quickly.

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  • Lonnie Armenta
  • 02-05-20

Get your guns, the end is near.

I received this book in exchange for my honest review. 5 out of 5 stars Just loved this book. Didn't take long before things go south. And the fight for human existence is on. The narrator totally fits the character. Cant wait for book 2 "Being Hunted" Great start to this series.

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  • Pam
  • 19-04-20

A different kind of Monster

This was a really great listen. Its kind of hard to describe! Let's just say it was different! In a good way! I really enjoyed this and would recommend this listen. The narration was good and the character development was a little confusing at 1st, but once it gets going it becomes clear.