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Paige is on a desperate quest to find her missing brother Todd. She has convinced her boyfriend Jason and their friends Heather and Rich to undertake a road trip from Louisiana to Las Vegas along the same route where her brother vanished nearly a month earlier.   

A broken down car forces the group to seek help in Travis, an isolated West Texas town seemingly deserted from all outside appearances. But this is no ordinary ghost town.   

Travis harbors frightening secrets. A mysterious energy barrier traps all visitors within the town. Signs of violent struggles are present in many buildings. And horrifying changes have overtaken the few surviving residents.  

Paige is inexplicably reunited with Todd behind the barrier. Their efforts to unravel the frightening mystery behind what happened in Travis bring them face to face with an adversary from across the stars. An enemy they never knew existed has come to Earth. Now the fate of the entire human race could hinge on the survival of Paige and her friends.   

Amazon best-selling author John Coon delivers a captivating science fiction thriller that explores what it means to be human and the terrifying implications of humanity not being alone in the galaxy.

©2019 John Coon (P)2019 John Coon

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-05-20

Captivating sci-fi story

I loved every second of this audiobook. The story hooked me from the first chapter and the characters felt like real people. John Coon does an excellent job of crafting suspense from start to finish.

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  • Enewman
  • 17-09-19

Gripping sci-fi thriller

Great story. If I had one complaint, it would be that I wish the book were longer. At times it felt like it were rushing along to a conclusion. Would have been a great candidate for a series rather than stand alone book.

The narrator was good, but her male narration voice felt awkward for some reason. But not enough to take you out of the story.

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