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Pursuit of the Apocalypse

A Duck & Cover Adventure
Narrated by: Phil Thron
Length: 6 hrs and 51 mins
Categories: Fiction, Humour
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Summary

There’s a bounty hunter to catch, an army to shake and a biker gang full of dentists hot on his tail.  

The bounty hunter Mr. Christopher has kidnapped Erica, and The Librarian and his dog, Chewy are desperate to get her back. 

Willie and Coy like money and they are after The Librarian to collect the price on his head. Hawk and his gang of wasteland raiders are after Willie and Coy for a breach of contact. 

In the powerful city of Alasis, a movement is growing and the people consider The Librarian a hero. Lord Invictus wants the movement stopped and has sent the fearsome and mysterious Skinners to finish what Mr. Christopher started. 

In the middle of it all is a city where the citizens prize freedom and equality above all other things, or else. 

And, of course, there are bears. 

It’s the end of the world as you've never known it.

©2018 Benjamin Wallace (P)2018 Benjamin Wallace

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When things go from bad to apocalyptic....

Yet another fantastic Post Apocalyptic tale for everyone's favourite Liberian, however for Kerry things take on a tragic twist that sends him on a quest for revenge; brilliantly read by Phil Thron, another highly recommended Post Apocalyptic story, it would make an excellent TV show.

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as fantastic as the other books in the series

absolutely loved this as much as the other duck and cover books. great story. highly recommended

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  • Russdroppings
  • 11-01-19

Hope there's more

Really hoping this isn't the last in the series because the ending was such a downer. If it's a transition into a new phase of the librarian's life then ok, but if that's it, what a load of crap to end on.

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  • Benjamin W. Bass
  • 01-02-19

Going to need a moment...

The third installment of Benjamin Wallace's Duck & Cover Adventures is just as good as the first two... Full of the same humor and lighthearted murder that just gets you through the day.

Then you get to the end of the book and realize Benjamin has just stomped on your heart...

At that time you quickly go to the ole Audible library and find the next book... because you have to know what comes next.

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  • Steve
  • 13-12-18

That took a turn to the darkness...

Really enjoying this series. The ending of this book didn't seem to "fit" with the theme of the series. Took a pretty hard turn in the last chapter. I don't expect fairy tales and happy endings but I was a bit thrown off. Looking forward to seeing where this goes.

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  • Miss Gibson
  • 07-12-18

warning, partial spoiler

terribly unbelievable ending, otherwise good. great narration, just a ridiculous, unbelievable last page to free up the main character.

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