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Summary

This is the way the world ends.

On a warm summer night in New York City, the apocalypse begins. Within days, the deadly Medusa virus is sweeping the globe like a wildfire, pushing humanity to the brink of extinction. As civilization crumbles around him, survivor Adam Fisher will discover a flicker of hope that will send him on a quest through a ruined American landscape.

He joins forces with Sarah Wells, a soldier harboring a tragic secret and Freddie Briggs, an aging football star grieving the loss of his family.

To survive in their frightening post-plague world, the group must face challenges unlike any they have ever known, including the rise of a dangerous new enemy that will threaten the survivors' fragile existence.

©2015 David Kazzie (P)2020 David Kazzie

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One of the best books I've read in a long time

This is one of the best books of this type I have read in a long Time

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Wonderfully written and narrated book. Amazingly poignant for these pandemic times. Kept me hooked from start to finish

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  • Jasonbullet
  • 13-02-20

Good story, Average narration.

I just recently started listening to post apocalyptic books. I thought this was an interesting take on the genre. There's no mystery to how the plague start or what the cause is. I liked that aspect of the story, I found the characters interesting and pretty well developed. The narration was pretty average. It wasn't bad, I'm just used to narrators putting a little more effort into different character voices. It felt like he was reading the book not performing it. All-in-all I'd say The Immune is worth a listen.

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  • woulf
  • 04-02-20

Not good

it's so hard to find a not-stupid apocalypse novel. This was so shallow and boring, yet was somehow still full of situations and reactions that weren't believable.

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  • Joe
  • 06-07-20

Poorly conceived & predictable

The protagonist is oddly a horrible dad, loner facing medical board problems who suddenly becomes a leader without cause. Few characters are developed and none well. Only black character is a homicidal maniac. Brutal depiction of everyone being either godless, spiritually naive or rejection of previous faith with “FY to God” used several times. Authors less than subtle atheism continues oddly with numerous “GD” and sarcastic references to Christianity or belief in general. Descriptions are glossed over for larger pictures but the books overflow with painfully laborious metaphors. Just about every scene is predictable based on author somehow seeing himself in the protagonist. The book actually would have been better had the idiot doctor stayed true to his character... man of weak character who is not heroic and a relational failure. And amazingly protagonist goes from being totally unable to hold a gun to magically (we are not told otherwise) quick draw & outshooting two different men with gun experience. Hmmmm. This genre deserves much better.

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  • Bob Wise
  • 28-06-20

great story

Loved the story. Wonderful growth of characters. Wish the narrator was a little better, very little acting ability.

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  • Evon Davis
  • 21-05-20

This is a real "page turner"!

I couldn't put it down. Great characters. Fast paced action. It's a novel I will surely listen to again. I liked the reader too. I bought it accidentally with one click, but I'm so glad I did!

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  • Sharon
  • 11-04-20

Horrible narration

The story is interesting, but the narration is the worst I’ve ever heard in an audiobook. The sample doesn’t provide the range of just how bad the narration is.

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  • Christopher
  • 23-03-20

The narrator is painful

It’s like he can’t read more then 3 words without stopping. It’s so jerky I couldn’t finish the book

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  • althea3679
  • 19-09-20

Engaging Read

I listen to audio books while traveling and before sleep! This book was engaging and I could not get enough! It is right up there with Swan Song by Robert McGammon and The Stand by Steven King! Get the book, you won’t be disappointed!

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  • Robert Cartier
  • 27-08-20

Great Omnibus!!!

I was initially concerned the book would be too long to hold my attention. I was wrong. Kazzie writes a masterpiece about a man (Adam Fisher) emerges into a world where most of it's inhabitants are dead by a virus. Over the next 16 hours (audiobook) he comes across all sorts of survivors like himself who are immune. The book is told like a journal, as his almost daily exploits are narrated. Kazzie does a good job explaining this new world, where thereats are around almost every corner. It makes you feel as though you are there. You feel for Adam's pain. In this masterpiece something's villains come out of nowhere. Lee Goettl narrates this gem. Some critics didn't like his style. I found no problem with his technique. Great job all around!

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  • James W Walker
  • 04-11-20

There were a lot of holes in this story.

The narration seems robotic and emotionless. It made it hard to give this story my full attention at times.