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The Alpha Plague: Book 7

Flynn Golding has lost all of the people close to him. His mom, his dad, and now, Vicky.

However, he doesn’t yet know Vicky’s dead, so he doesn’t know who killed her. Convinced that Vicky chose to leave, he’ll find out the truth sooner or later.

When he does, he’ll have to accept his community is run by her murderers. The community that offers him safety, security, and three square meals a day.

Either that, or he’ll have to make them pay, therefore giving up his safe existence and reentering a hostile world.

The Alpha Plague is a post-apocalyptic action-adventure thriller. 

The Alpha Plague: Book 8

Flynn is a survivor. From the age of six to 26, he’s lived a life of chaos and never been defeated. In one of his most recent moments of darkness, he found hope in the form of another survivor named Rose.

Having escaped the queen and her wicked ways, Flynn and Rose decide to return to put a stop to her. The vicious self-appointed monarch can't be allowed to continue her reign. To take the queen down they need an army. The best place to find one is by liberating the prisoners held by her. To do that is to get close to her and risk capture. If that happens, they won’t walk away again.

But they have to be the change they want to see in the world. A lunatic ruling with violence and control, the queen has to be stopped. 

The only question is: Are they up to the task?

Listen to The Alpha Plague 8 to join Flynn and Rose on their quest to change the world for the better.

©2018 Michael Robertson (P)2020 Michael Robertson

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nothing like the others

Book7 and 8 felt rushed and without depth, but the most annoying part is the narrator, absolutely terrible, Make sure you listen to a sample before buying. but to be honest i wish id left the story with book 6.

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  • 16-06-21

OMG the guy reading is terrible

I can't even stand how terrible the guy reading is. he makes Flynn sound like such a little kid. it doesn't fit. but the book is good!!

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  • Zane L. Walls
  • 16-03-21

Did not like Performance

I love the overall story, and the series for that matter, but the performance of book 7 & 8 was not up to par with the first 6 books. It would have been nice to keep the same performer/performers that were in the first 6.

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  • M. Bergen
  • 24-06-21

Narration change?

I don’t know the reason for the change in narrators but Ellery Truesdell was a poor choice. He does a fine job reading and telling the story it’s just that his voice didn’t do justice to the characters, especially after 6 books narrated by someone else. He sounds like someone who should be narrating children’s books.
Overall I enjoyed the series but did notice some editing mistakes. One of the later books talks of Vicky thinking about her mom not knowing if she was alive or a diseased but the first book killed her mom off. Another time Flynn tells someone he was 6 when his parents died when actually he was 16.