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Former army grunt Jonah Browne was vacationing in Germany years ago, when the Molting began. Today, he’s a man tempered by his determination to keep his family safe from Molters, spending every waking moment defending against the bloodthirsty creatures.

But now, a new threat lurks near the cabin.

A community perseveres in those same German mountains. Desperate to survive, they are willing to sacrifice anyone - and often do. Their methods are barbaric, but the alternative means falling to the Molter horde.

©2019 C.A. Gleason (P)2020 C.A. Gleason

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As good as the predecessor of this series. Well worth listening to, and look forward to the next part.

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as good as the first

really liked that it followed the main guy. lots did not make it. very good, one of my favorites(all 3 were)

i got free copies.

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Wow!

Can honestly say that I didn't see that one coming! Not gonna tell you what cause you are gonna have to listen to this book to figure it out... Yep, great story..had me hooked from the start. Narration was on par no complaints. I think you will enjoy this one.

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Great series

I’ve listened now to the first three of this series and so far I really like it. I’ve listened to a lot of post apocalyptic books and most are all the same just different people ,same scenarios . I like this because it’s different instead of the same ol emp or virus it brings you monsters, some creature and some human. Something different and interesting. The main characters are likable and you can connect with them whereas some books I’ve read you really don’t care if they survive or not to be honest. Hyka, not sure if that’s spelled correctly or not lol, the 8 year old little girl reminds me a lot of my daughter Ellie who’s also 8 in so many ways so FYI to the writer I will be very upset if anything happens in future books to her. The narrator I think does awesome job with different voices as well . Long story short if you are looking for apocalyptic series, something out of the norm you won’t be disappointed and I definitely recommend this one. I was given this audiobook in exchange for honest and voluntary review. Can’t wait for the fourth one!

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Slower than the first..

OK so it received a free copy of this book in exchange for an unbiased review.

With that out of the way, first thing you'll find, is that this book is relatively slower than the first. I say relatively, because the first book is, if we're being honest, like three stories in one so not really all that fair to compare the two. But this book is somewhat slower as it focuses on just one main location. Of course it starts off right where the last book ended, our reluctant hero turned family man is doing his best to survive and keep his family alive while doing it. .. all that may not be enough though, for the molters are changing.. and with change comes lowering survivability for our trio.

Great book in the series, really looking forward to the next book as well as the action and questions to be answered!

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Alone, Cold and still alive.


This book takes place up in a mountain cabin. And a lot of work to stay alive. I wanted to know how the rest of the world was holding up. More army reaction and battles. Looks like the next book hold more for us. Still very entertaining, can't wait to see how we fight back.

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Being Hunted.
I liked the previous books in the series and thought the concept brilliant.
Though I found this book, The characters spend far too much time on introspection. Not enough action.
Narration is good.
I just hope that the next in the series gets back to a fast pace and more action - less talk.
I received a free copy of this audio book at my own request and voluntarily leave this honest review. .

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  • RJ
  • 02-16-20

Mystery of the Molters!

The collapse of Henrytown was heart-breaking. Jonah, Doreen, and Haika headed for the cabin Henry told them of. Jonah still wrestles with his misplaced guilt over the death of his friends. Even after Henrytown, Doreen and Haika, and all the good that had come into his life he could not come to terms with the loss and responsibility he felt. Jonah continued collecting supplies, arms, and ammunition while he made daily perimeter checks for Molters and Behemoths to keep his new family safe. Doreen and Haika were his life, and he would let nothing hurt them. Some distance away lies Fort Perry, populated by a mixed bag of survivors, led by Archer. The story cuts over to this community but I’m not sure what role Fort Perry or its occupants play in the big picture. We get the impression that the Molters are evolving but evidently, the full effect is being reserved for another volume. I like the characters and the story has real potential but it’s not going anywhere. To be honest not much has happened in this second volume. Similar to the first volume everything seems to be background information. Then abruptly ends; quite disappointing. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Missgotty
  • 01-05-21

Not really being hunted

In comparison to Book 1, this book is vastly slower paced. It mainly focuses on Jonas's family domesticity and him safeguarding their home rather than him actually being hunted by the Molters. There is way less action in this book. It comes across more as a family drama rather than a horror book, with lengthy discussions between Jonas and his partner that went on for far too long. If you are into family dramas you would probably like this book. There was a second story interjected but just like the family drama, not a lot actually happens in terms of action or story. The pacing was also off. There would be a series of long narrative about Jonas/partner dynamics and then the occasional short insert of the other storyline which was very unbalanced. The story is also very isolated and needed the injection of more diverse characters other than what was already presented or just more action. On a positive note you find out some significant information about the development of the newly spawned monsters, and a character from the first book. The narrator did an excellent job. I was given a copy of this book for free of my choosing and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Mia Harper
  • 07-10-20

Creepy!

Wow, this book was incredibly creepy, it gave me the chills, and I couldn't put it down. Things are looking more desperate by the day for Jonah and his family, but he's a smart man, if he can keep it together they may survive. I can't wait for book 3 to find out whats next!