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Melt

A Thrilling Post-Apocalyptic Survival Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Chris Abernathy
Series: Melt, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
4 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A new, frighteningly realistic series from number one best-selling post-apocalyptic author Mike Kraus

A bold scientific breakthrough? Or an end to modern society as we know it?

It was supposed to be a groundbreaking demonstration: Melt, a newly created compound, promised to revolutionize waste processing. When things don't go as planned and the city begins to implode, Bill and Alice Everlee are caught on opposite sides of the divide. Stuck at ground zero as the city begins to sink around her, Alice races to discover what is causing the disaster and how to stop it - if she even can. 

Meanwhile, having received a frightening message from his wife, Bill hurries to pack everyone up at home before racing to a remote cottage in upstate New York to begin preparing for the coming storm.

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Just Bad

Main character is a woman who is just unbelievable. The premise of the story, while it might be possible, would never have the reactions from those involved. The ‘hero” woman is just ridiculous in her role. She goes from knowing everyone’s job and what they should do, to not not being able to judge the warning level to give her family. First it’s a major “run, run, run’ AS IF THE SKY IS FALLING, to “its ok honey false alarm.’ Totally ridiculous. I tried very hard to finish, but then when some woman living next to the husbands fall out shelter decides she’s gonna go rescue the “hero”, it was just to ridiculous. Nobody would react the way these folks do. Rushing into and around as tough women, yet acting so stupidly. Ugh.

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