There is nowhere left to run. In the wake of the deadly plague that virtually annihilated the human race, a vast red jungle teeming with alien creatures and lethal plants is devouring Earth, swallowing buildings whole, and ruthlessly decimating what life remains. A witness to the terrifying transformation, survivor Emily Baxter thinks the odds against humanity can’t get any worse.
She is wrong.
The thrilling conclusion to the best-selling Extinction Point series, Revelations takes a humanity on the brink of devastation…and throws it over the edge!
©2014 Paul Antony Jones (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
I work in IT, I love reading, I love Writing and for those daily travels too and fro I love to listen to Audible books too
This is a three book saga and kept me interested. It is well written and a fun ride. Emily is tough, fun and someone you want around at the end of the world. our narrator Emily Beresford does an excellent job. Enjoy this three book story as one long ride, it is worth it.
I enjoyed the final title of this series very much. I much appreciate actually having a FINAL book in a series. The story in the epilogue should have been more detailed and longer. In fact, I believe the plot continuation in the epilogue would have made a great 4th edition (I can't believe I said that!).
The unique approach of 'The End' scenario.
The story was great. The narrator was great. Kept me listening to the very end. Also, I read this on my Kindle!! What a hoot : ) Liked the audible version best.
Makes you think about what really could happen to our world.
I wish I read it with my eyes. Jones is a good storyteller but the narrator uses sing-song tone like a librarian reading to a classroom of 6 year olds. Her Scottish accent is painful.
Child like and groan worthy.
Sorry. Audition narrators. I feel like maybe this was a family member.
Wow incredible, I loved these books! I listened to all Three in about a week. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I wish there was more, but were can you go? Perfect ending, I don't think it could've been any better.
This is one of a very few books, less than 1%, that I've regretted bothering with. This installment features a British naval crew who supposed to be elite special forces, a submarine, and a space station crew -- yet the author clearly didn't bother to do any research into how any of those things operate or what they can do. Monsters are introduced in one scene and ignored the rest of the book. The ending is so trite and worn out that I saw it coming hours and hours ahead. I'm tempted to write it here just to warn anyone over the age of about 12 away from this book, but spoilers are bad form so I'll just stick to saying "I told you so" to anyone foolish enough to bother.
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