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Dust to Dust: A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

Deconstruction, Book 1
Narrated by: Lee Alan
Series: Deconstruction Series, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
4 out of 5 stars (21 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

"Maybe it's always the end of the world."

Tornadoes in New York. Earthquakes in Florida. Electronics failing across the globe. The Earth has had enough of humans and now it's fighting back. 

In the blink of an eye, Randall and his family are ripped from their life in the suburbs and cast into a struggle for survival. A series of torrential storms turn the roads into rivers and tears apart the power grid. Unexplainable earthquakes decimate the city, cutting them off from whatever civilization remains. And that's just the beginning.... 

Their isolated neighborhood can only protect them for so long. As society spirals into the depths, the worst of mankind lurch out of the darkness, to take what they can. 

In a world without answers or rules, where the costs of food and water are paid in blood, Randall must make an impossible decision. Does he risk the life of his young family and venture into the remnants of a ruined world or does he stay back and pray that help makes it before the gates fall? 

Four different stories, one terrible event...this is the Deconstruction series.

©2016 Rashad Freeman (P)2018 Rashad Freeman

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Lame

I found myself seriously disliking the main character due to his stupidity and carelessness. By the end of the book I did not care in the least if he survived or not. I can’t even bring myself to give this book one star. Whoops, never mind! I can’t submit a review unless I give at least one star in each category. Otherwise it would get no stars from me. Oh, and I didn’t like the narrator’s voice either.

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would have been a good story, except the hero was

would have been a good story, except the hero was a blithering idiot. I could not listen to more than 10 chapters. had to stop listening. very good narration. however that will only go so far.

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Interesting

Ok, hope for improvement in other books. Did these people not have any relatives they were concerned about.

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  • Peter R. Finch
  • 04-15-19

What a dreadful narrator!

The story has promise but is ruined by the narration. Lee Alan is just awful.