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Extinction Audiobook

Extinction: Hell on Earth, Book 3

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After dealing with his rival, Pusher, and escaping the clutches of treacherous Prime Minister, John Windsor, Vamps and his last remaining friend, Mass, set out with the mysterious Aymun. A man who came from the gate that imploded on Oxford Street. The demons have destroyed civilization, but Vamps isn't going to take that lying down.

©2017 Iain Wright (P)2017 Iain Wright

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  • DBNB
    15/11/17
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    "Horrible editing and narration"

    A+ story. Narrator's accents are laughable and there are odd noises and pauses in recording.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Eric Sunde
    Tampa, Fl
    02/11/17
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    "Substandard Editing"

    Having read or listened to the first two books of the series, Extinction fell right in step with my expectations and I enjoyed it quite a bit. If this is to be the final installment (assuming a trilogy), then I think things were wrapped up pretty well.
    However, this Audible version is an abomination. I think the story and narrator will suffer unnecessarily due to the horrendous job someone did (or didn’t do) editing the audio. It really is as if the raw audio recording was uploaded and published, sight unseen (so to speak). The narrator makes a good number of blunders, which I imagine is common for everyone, but I also imagine he expected those to be easily edited out, which they should have been. There’s really no excuse for such a bad editing job. It takes away from the flow of the story. if I was the author or narrator, I’d be livid.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Maya K.
    Chicago
    18/10/17
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    "The demons killed all the British Narrators!"

    The book was great, the story was engaging and I think it had some really good moments that were just so heartfelt.
    The American accent didn't get noticed until the narrator started to botch things up. I wish I didn't have HD headphones. He Americanized purely UK things. Lucas sounded like a confused homosexual from an urban American upbringing. "I. That be the way lads." whaaa? The biggest mean angel, I am guessing drag queen of the century was not the intended idea. I laughed each of the 3 times I tried to listen to that chapter, meaning was lost. Besides those 2, you can hear pages flipping (how big of a book was he reading from?) which I have never heard before on any other books. There is also times were the reading stops and then repeats, I thought my device was messing up, but I ruled that out.

    I was surprised, Iain usually has excellent readers without tech issues. I hope the next book he can find a Reader somewhere in the UK.

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