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Crash

The Obsolescence Trilogy, Book 1
Narrated by: Price Waldman
Series: The Obsolescence Trilogy, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 46 mins
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And then it went dark…the world’s electrical grid was gone. 

Who would survive the chaos? 

For James and Alexa, they saw it unfold from their ranch, which was a blessing. They were away
from the chaos, and they thought they were safe. They thought wrong. 

What will they do? 

All across the country cities are in crisis. 

Logan and his family look out from their Manhattan penthouse. The world is crumbling before their eyes. Unprepared, he’s got to do something. They can’t stay. But how can they leave and where will they go? 

Someone has a solution. 

It’s Logan’s domestic android. 

Can he believe a machine? 

You won’t believe the twists and turns, but you’ll love the adventure.  

Get it now.                              

©2018 Chris Muhlenfeld (P)2018 Chris Muhlenfeld

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Crash

Well this was just fantastic!!!
Is it weird that I love Post-Apocalyptic/end-of-the-world type books so much! Yeah it probably is.
I have read many book of this genre and this is one of the best! There is so much happening it keeps your full attention all the way through.

I love that there are different groups of characters that you follow throughout the story. Warning - do not get too attached to any of them... people do die in this book. This is not a fluff story. It is gritty, edgy, sad at times and a little scary. That being said - great characters and equally great development.

Although it was very intense and very futuristic/sci-fi-ish it is also very easy to follow. An excellent beginning to a series that I will definitely want to continue!

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The narration was absolutely outstanding and in this case, really made the story for me! Often I will love the story but not really care for the audio but I give both the story and audio 5 stars!

If you are a fan of Post-Apocalyptic type books you will definitely want to give this one a try! I promise you will not be disappointed!

I voluntarily posted this review after receiving a copy of this book from The Audio Bookworm - Thank You!

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This audiobook is set in a possible near future and follows various groups of people after the world's power systems and technology fails. I liked most of the characters and found them believable. The story moves along at a good pace, switching between the survivors' story. But this is done smoothly with new chapters. The plot keeps you guessing as to whom the "big bad" actually is, and does draw to a reasonable conclusion., leaving the story open for a sequel. The narration was well done, with nothing too distracting to take away from the audio, and I felt the production worked well. I will definitely be looking forward to listening to the next instalment of this series when it becomes available. Good story.

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slightly biased he is my cousin

I really enjoyed the first book now on to the next one. can not wait

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Boring as hell!

This book was so boring I actually fell asleep a few times which listening. I figured out what caused the event within the first few chapters but continued listening hoping that maybe I was wrong. I wasn't which made for an extremely boring listen.

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