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Tulsa

Narrated by: Christopher Harris
Length: 7 hrs and 59 mins
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Summary

All the electricity has gone out, nobody knows why, and it's five months later. Food is scarce, and gas is scarcer. The world isn't sudden chaos: it's simply quiet and lost. Survival depends on trusting the right people, and staying away from the wrong ones. But how can you tell the difference? 

Tulsa is a ground's-eye view of the apocalypse: a front-row seat to the slow-motion unraveling of society and the things we believe comprise identity. As the world falls apart, there are people everywhere - trustworthy or treacherous - and somewhere in the countryside, there is a particular farm....

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Great post apocalyptic tale

Great story, a view of America in the style of a 21st century Steinbeck. Excellent narration by the author, highly recommended

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  • D. J. Bragdon
  • 24-10-18

Sometimes the journey is not enough.

It was a good enough story, but I couldn’t sync with the narrators style of speaking, and that was a bit distracting. I also found myself wondering what the overall point was, and realized that sometimes it’s just about telling a story, however for this particular story I needed a bit more to satisfy me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-10-18

Captivating Listen!!

Purchased “Tulsa” because I’m a fan of author/reader, Chris Harris, fantasy football work. The apocalyptic subject matter is out of my comfort zone but I’ve found it utterly riveting...especially Harris’s reading. You can feel every tense and unexpected experience of the protagonist.

This audio book is a “set it and forget it” fantasy star!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-06-19

Great!

I purchased the book because I was having withdrawals of not hearing Christopher Harris's voice from his beloved podcast. I'm not a book person and have a short attention span but Tulsa was fabulous. Truly enjoyed the story line and characters. I cant wait for the next one,maybe listening aboard my yacht.

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  • Patrick Newton
  • 29-10-18

Horrible narration

The story was ok, but the narration was horrible. Seriously ruined the book. Professional narrator needed in this case, and I would guarantee higher ratings.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 16-10-18

Great book!

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for an intriguing and exciting story. It was interesting throughout and the ending had me on the edge of my seat.

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  • J
  • 16-10-18

Starts off with a Bang and Accelerates from there

Tulsa is a tale of what happens to society once the power grid goes down and it's everyone for themselves to survive. A scary yet captivating look at the dark side of humanity and what we are capable of if America became a lawless third world country. Highly recommend!

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  • mathew
  • 16-10-18

Riveting

A twisted thriller that will pull at your heartstrings. Chris is a literary wiz and talented raconteur

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  • Nick
  • 16-10-18

He’s not just a guy

Take a walk on the wildside. This mild mannered Fantasy Football Host has a dark side. A really well constructed novel. He uses dirty words I never thought he’d say.

A wonderfully narration of a great story.

Definitely worth a listen to support this man and his dreams.

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  • Steven
  • 14-10-18

Gestalt

This was a great story depicting what life would be like if the power grid suddenly went down for good in the US. Chris does a wonderful job depicting people's emotions and thought processes during this time of crisis.. I thoroughly suggest you give it a read.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-09-18

This time, the echo chamber is right

What was I doing when the power went out? Managing my fantasy football team that no one cared about. Big Ben was on the road and I was going to sub him for some Tier 2 also ran with a juicy divisional match up. But I didn't. Beyond the echoes of a thousand talking heads, I chose the counsel of some yacht dwelling blowhard from New England whose voice seemed more reason than bluster. But I couldn't quite submit before the wifi dropped out and civilization shortly followed suit.

Six months later my days are spent wandering the streets, playing possum and hiding amongst trash bags from unionized mobs hell-bent on my destruction. Who could’ve predicted anosmia would be my upside in this post-apocalyptic hellscape?

But today is the day I fight back. Consumed by hunger and badly limping, I hole up in the fortress of one of my former oppressors. Far removed from my previous life battling dry cleaners and office politics, my current foe is an overlooked, industrial grade can of guacamole hidden in this derelict Mexican grille establishment.

After hours of struggling to relieve the jar of its creamy avocado treasure, I spy can opener perched high atop a storage shelf. Too high to reach given my diminutive stature, I swing aloft with my makeshift crutch, but it doesn't budge. Dammit, Chipotle, you win again.

If you haven't yet, I highly recommend you pony up for Tulsa. Great book, thanks Harris!