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Lethal Seasons

A Changed World, Book 1
Narrated by: Derek Dysart
Series: A Changed World, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
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In the near future, a virus has whittled down the human race. The remaining population struggles to survive in a world ravaged by extreme weather. A reticent government provides food and vaccines and keeps the ultra-fast trains running. Cities are empty, farms deserted, factories abandoned. The world is running on a skeleton crew.

Nick lives at High Meadow med center. The people there stay hopeful as they work toward self-sufficiency. He counts survivors for Angus’s research. He wants his life to stay as normal as possible in a world he barely understands. 

Wisp is a fugitive. He lives off the land, moving from town to town, hiding his extrasensory skills. He is a Finder and will accept the right kind of job. Silence and subterfuge keep him alive. 

Lily is a young girl with long brown hair and eyes the color of ripe cherries. She is searching for her brother. They were separated while fleeing armed men. She is part of something that started before her birth. 

When these three lives intersect, a chain reaction of death and violence will change the course of the future and impact the very survival of the human race.

©2014 Mary Alice Sabo (P)2019 Mary Alice Sabo

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A thought provoking story that has me eagerly awaiting the sequel

Derek Dysart does an amazing job of distinguishing each character in Alice Sabo’s novel and keeping the listener informed and waiting for more. The story is plausible in today’s and tomorrow’s world. I’m really looking forward to the sequel.