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The Bleed

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Narrated by: Scott Aiello
Series: The Bleed, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Summary

The first book in a new series spanning worlds and ages. A war is raging between gods and demons, with an unstoppable interdimensional terror - THE BLEED - destroying everything it touches. From ancient alien civilisations through to modern day London, through to deep space and beyond, nothing and no one is safe. The Bleed wants flesh. It wants to destroy life. It wants to be worshipped.   

London: next week.
The Bleed strains at the edges of reality, and God has come to help Earth make a stand against the demons from beyond, but it's going to come down to one frightened kid to save the entire planet from a blood-soaked fate.    

The moon: sometime in the future.
A covert mission to colonize the moon is Earth's last chance. The mission is going well, until the brand-new technology used to operate the colony begins failing mysteriously. Will the survivors of Earth's civil war be caught up in a larger conflict they couldn't ever know anything about?   

Another world: another time.
The gods of this world left to fight the Bleed. The war raged on the horizon, at the very edge of this reality. One morning there are screams at the shore and the red tide arrives. The war against the monsters of the Bleed is no longer forgotten history, it's happening now.  

It Always Bleeds Through. Three Worlds. Three Authors. The Mother of All Apocalypses.

©2020 Mark Tufo/David Moody/Chris Philbrook (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Dreadful accents ruined fantastic book.

The English accents are dreadful, they made it hard to listen to this book. It would be a 5 star but the narrator when trying to speak in an English voice is comically bad.
The story is great & very entertaining. But the accents really bring you out of it, making you hate parts.

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Great new series!

Two of my favourite authors have come together with a new author to me and written the start of a fabulous new series. I love the characters, the concept and the story. It feels fresh and original but with the great writing and characters of three experienced authors. I can't wait to read David Moody's works now. And of course I can't wait for book two of The Bleed.

Good narration if you can ignore the dodgy English accents. They certainly didn't spoil the story for me.

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  • jonathan
  • 19-07-20

Very disappointed in this book

Book was very slow and all over the place. Couldn't even finish it because it couldn't hold my attention.

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  • Aaron Starcher
  • 16-07-20

Amazing

I'm not even sure where to start with this review, this story is nonstop action from beginning to end. If you're familiar with Philbrook, Tufo and Moody this falls right in line with their writing styles, but the collaboration is something truly beautiful. The biggest suprise was Scott Aiello. I'm not sure how he does it, but his narrating is something of pure magic. The way he alters his voice for each charecter makes it hard to believe that he's the only one narrating.

Ok, the story (without spoilers)...God's, but not in the sense you may be used to. The God's are a race who have strengths, weaknesses and agendas. They are all preparing for The Bleed, which is telltale sign that they are losing the war with the demons. The story is split into three sections. You follow characters on the moon (Fuck you Sandra) as they flee a failing station. You will follow two half-gods as they track down the secrets of their mother and you will follow Jenny as she makes first contact with a God.

Every story will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Waiting for P2 and P3 till 2021 is gonna be torture.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-07-20

Tufo wtf?

This book had so much potential. "Spoilers" This books contains no Supernatural creatures or beings, only aliens and mutants.

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  • Dwight A.
  • 14-07-20

I'm hooked like a freshly born crack baby!

I loved it. Short introduction narration bit was slightly tedious, but everything else was awesome!

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  • Cynthia Whedbee
  • 16-07-20

Everything I hoped for and more

This book is fantastic.

It has multiple layers and the characters are JUST like people you know in real life.

The excitement doesn’t just end with a good guy or bad guy winning!

I will wait IMPATIENTLY for the next one!!

Scott Aiello’s performance is flawless and makes the story INCREDIBLY realistic!!!

DARN great all around!

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  • Pr3f1x
  • 18-07-20

Story is all over the place

Loved Scott Aiello's Narration but the story is all over the place. I always felt like I was missing chapters.

Seems the books written by three people who shuffled there parts like a deck of cards

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  • justin
  • 16-07-20

even better than I expected

let me start by saying that mark tufo, chris philbrook and david moody are on my favorite authors list, but i always get nervous about collaborations. This book how ever was absolutely awesome, all the storys were interesting and they way the its written leaves you hanging on for the next book. Well done guys!!!

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  • ronda
  • 16-07-20

I wanted to like it

This book just goes all over the place I wanted to like it but could not keep up keep thinking I missed a chapter very disappointed starts one place than like you are not even on earth I give up sorry guys this more like 3books out together with no Rhyme or reason.

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  • Jennifer miller
  • 15-07-20

Wow!!!!

When I started this book I thought I would listen for a couple hours then go and mow the lawn....The lawn still needs mowed and the book is finished lol.. What a great story as well as an awesome narrator!!! Can't wait for the next one.

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  • Christina Marie
  • 29-08-20

I won’t lie...it was tough to follow at first

When I first started listening I was so confused because there are 3 seemingly different stories happening at the same time, but not...time also seems to be wonky while this is happening. I feel like there is so much being thrown at you at once. When I got to the end I decided the story could actually be going in a direction I liked. So I relistened and it made a huge difference for me. I liked the writing and storytelling.

The narrator did a really good job giving life to each individual character, even though there were 2 characters voices that were comical - I pushed through them.

The ending will leave you wanting to see where the story goes next.

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