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Resistance

Charlie's Requiem, Book 2
Narrated by: Duke Fontaine
Series: Charlie's Requiem, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 53 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (515 ratings)

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The city has become a warzone. Charlie and her companions must survive the gangs and corrupt government agents that are out to stake their claims on the nation’s riches. Should she try and flee to the countryside, with each neighborhood a potential trap and every house a threat? Or should she stay and fight the building tyranny?

Dwindling food supplies and the daily risk of capture are taking their toll. Mistakes are fatal, and the exhaustion that comes with living under constant danger is wearing them down.

Betrayal, pain, and death are the norm. Who can they turn to when everyone is the enemy? Charlie’s world is about to change, and decisions that she and the others make will lead to life or condemn them to a quick and merciless death.

©2017 A. American and Walt Browning (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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couldn't finish it

I absolutely love the survivalist / home series. I absolutely love Duke's narration. I struggled to get through the first book in this series due to poor characters and a low energy feeling to it. All of that prefaces this: the story is very hard to follow and the characters aren't likeable. I haven't been given a reason to care about them. Duke seems to be reading slower than normal and with less energy.

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it says book 3

the book is labeled book 2 but says book 3 at the beginning and end

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Another solid performance by Duke Fontaine.

I am enjoying the series but wish the old man and the guys from the home series would make an appearance. I mean after all they are in the same general area with the same emp event and the same antagonists. I guess I just miss Morgan, Thad ,and the bunch.

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Much better than Book 1

Moves faster than Book one. Faster pace without all the seemingly meaningless background. It is good.

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pretty good. Refinitely worth your time.

pretty good book. Definitely worth the time. a good series do far. Can't wait for the next one

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Don't want to put it down!

I enjoy listening to this narrator. These authors never seem to disappoint me, I never want to stop listing to the story and can't wait to get back to it when I can. they include a variety of characters and values that make you realize that not everyone is a protector or cares about others. makes you really think about disaster situations and what would be safe. On to book three.......

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Good continuation of book 1

And the great story continues! Like the characters and their stories. moving on to book 3.

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Great book

i really enjoyed it but hard to keep up with all thw stories at the beginning but still a great book..

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Great read over alll

I enjoyed the story for the most part, it got a little slow in some parts. I thought it strange in places like when John and his partner surrender, he had to know he would be killed.

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love it..I love these types of books. I hope you write more books like these..

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  • Thj Williamson
  • 04-13-19

wow<br />

great story brilliantly written I cant wait for book 3. need to find out what's happened

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  • sarah MacHattie
  • 10-17-18

Great read full of action and suspense

full of twists and turns and suspense with no bits to bore you which I liked. Great characters l, great plot and unfortunately very real and likely. Great book. Didn't give 5 stars cos couple of silly errors. like a t one point one character refers tonuimseof in first person which is an error as first person is only Charlie. and book seems to he mainly about other who are more interesting than main cahactoer so don't know why it's called Charlie's Requiem when she is more of a background character but hey they you are. and don't like how Horhay was a strong leader in the start but then rolls over and becomes a mouse in th3le second which is just wierd. why would he suddenly take instructions of a non military girl? He was strong and independent and full of leadership. note knew his own mind and was far more aware of tactics than the rest of them. a guy like that wouldn't step back and let some servillian girl take the lead. very odd that.