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The town of Refuge has finally come to a safe place. Surrounded by a serene freshwater ocean, it seems the town has been given a reprieve from the terror it has experienced since the shifts began. The wounded are treated. Fractured psyches are mended. And the search for answers begins.

But then, the town shifts again, and it is deposited in a world of massive scale, where trees tower like skyscrapers and the creatures flying overhead are the size of 747s. After finding a 300-foot-long severed tail, Sheriff Helena Frost and the newly deputized Griffin Butler lead a small team to the National Guard Depot, in search of weapons. The need for self-defense has never been greater, but the weapons are protected by two hostile forces: One familiar and the other beyond comprehension.

Despite the scale of this new world, and the vastness of their new enemies, nothing is more frightening than Winslow's newest theory - Refuge is lost in the echo.

Refuge is a serialized novel, co-authored by #1 Amazon.com horror author, Jeremy Bishop, and five other authors, including Amazon.com bestsellers Kane Gilmour and David McAfee, USA Today best seller, Robert Swartwood, and newcomer Daniel Boucher.

©2014 Jeremy Robinson (P)2014 Jeremy Robinson

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story was not to great

The story has with each episodical has different authour work on and this one changed has the new addition tried to give a light humor to situations or make vague indowindows of a chacthers actions. This was to apport for how the story was going but I can see how tge author was trying to humanize new and old chacthers for the listener.