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Revelations

Extinction Point, Book 3
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Series: Extinction Point, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
4 out of 5 stars (423 ratings)

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There is nowhere left to run. In the wake of the deadly plague that virtually annihilated the human race, a vast red jungle teeming with alien creatures and lethal plants is devouring Earth, swallowing buildings whole, and ruthlessly decimating what life remains. A witness to the terrifying transformation, survivor Emily Baxter thinks the odds against humanity can’t get any worse.

She is wrong.

The thrilling conclusion to the best-selling Extinction Point series, Revelations takes a humanity on the brink of devastation…and throws it over the edge!

©2014 Paul Antony Jones (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved

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  • Garry
  • Cannington, Australia
  • 04-25-14

very enjoyable ride

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This is a three book saga and kept me interested. It is well written and a fun ride. Emily is tough, fun and someone you want around at the end of the world. our narrator Emily Beresford does an excellent job. Enjoy this three book story as one long ride, it is worth it.

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Completely Terrible. Fails on every level.

This is one of a very few books, less than 1%, that I've regretted bothering with. This installment features a British naval crew who supposed to be elite special forces, a submarine, and a space station crew -- yet the author clearly didn't bother to do any research into how any of those things operate or what they can do. Monsters are introduced in one scene and ignored the rest of the book. The ending is so trite and worn out that I saw it coming hours and hours ahead. I'm tempted to write it here just to warn anyone over the age of about 12 away from this book, but spoilers are bad form so I'll just stick to saying "I told you so" to anyone foolish enough to bother.

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Revelation s

Each. Took in this series bets better a d better! Of course I am going to have go Save for the 4th and final book.

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The series - 2.8 books too long

This series was a super yawn fest. At times, I skipped entire chapters, as nothing of importance was missed. The best of the series was the epilogue in this Book 3. Listen to that and be done with it.

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Very suitable ending for a fantastic series

I struggled a little to adjust to the new situations in this last book of the series, as it went from having very few human characters to adding a whole float of them, and from having invaders that are mostly the vegetable and insect kind to more intelligent and insidious creatures. Yet, the ultimate, unifying theme is evolution, and how, if the human race is to persevere in a new adverse environment, we would need to evolve and adapt, rather than fight and try to retain the old world. The more you fight evolution, the more likely is your demise. The ending gave me goosebumps. Excellent storytelling to the very end.

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Interesting ending

It kind of dragged on for awhile. The series itself was interesting. It wold make a good mini series.

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A good finale

I hope you've read the first two because they are fun and interesting. with an ending you won't expect

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  • Diann
  • United States
  • 03-30-15

Very interesting book

Where does Revelations rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This books ranks in the top 20% of my reads.

What did you like best about this story?

It's a creative and thought out version of the alien take-over story.

Have you listened to any of Emily Beresford’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is the first time I have listened to Emily Beresford and I would definitely listen to more of her performances.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

This book was suspenseful at times but would be good to listen to at one time.

Any additional comments?

The only thing I did not like about this book was the repetitive us of some phrases. "Tell Tell" "Sing Song" "Find Purchase". These phrases were just used too many times in the books. Other than that, this series was very good.

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Good story, sub-par narration.

this narrator could benefit from both a voice and accent coach. worst Scottish accent ever.

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This is the last one for me

So this is where I am parting ways with Emily and the other survivors. I usually don;t but I read the reviews of book 4 and listened to the sample and I was shocked at how the narration sucked.
Anyway, book 3 is wrapped up with a nice conclusion and it seems like a good place to stop.
Some of the story does not make too much sense and the self appointed leader of humanity, Emily is getting annoying at times. Overall a three star finish for me.

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  • Maxine
  • 07-27-15

Enjoyable

Good story. Narration good for first two books but the last book was painful to listen to !
The attempt at Scottish accent was truly dreadful and spoiled a good little story . I ended up giving up the audio and reading last book on my kindle.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 08-24-19

great story but poor narration

As the last book in the trilogy i really enjoyed the story however the narrator's attempts at English and Scottish accents was so woeful, it was off-putting. I could actually feel myself cringeing at the shockingly bad Scottish accent which would not have been so distracting had the accent not belonged to a main character. The narrator's own American accent would have been better than this horrendously mispronounced attempt at a Scottish dialect. (Hint - "reporting for dooty" is never going to be a British pononunciation of duty (jooty) no matter how many Rs are rolled in the preceding words.)

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  • Chris
  • 08-16-19

A mediocre Storyline with appauling narration

This was included in Amazon's Kindle Unlimited, as such was "free". DO NOT WASTE A CREDIT ON THIS.

I just wasted around 9 hours of my life. I could put up with the story, but the accents made this TRULY AWFUL.

I did laugh out loud at times though - being Scottish, living in Wales, I do have the occasional put on accent from colleagues at work (Hey Yooo Jimmy, etc,etc) so am used to really rubbish accents, .. BUT, this narrator brings this to a new level. Really. I can't bang on enough about it. As it's the 3rd book, you've already made up your mind about the story. It's not the best but fine for running / cycling - not too much thought required really and very predictable.

The accents will haunt me forever!

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  • Philip
  • 08-08-19

Poor in comparison to the first 2 books.

A turgid and padded storyline with mostly unintelligent dialogue. The narrator's accents are appalling, making all English characters sound like either Mary Poppins or Dick van Dyke. And I swear the story's Scottish character sounds more like Sven the Viking than Billy Connoly. One to miss.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-20-19

Great story but <br />

loved the story but the poor quality of the narrator 's accents spoiled the flow of the story.

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  • Martin
  • 09-18-17

Is there a next?

while I enjoyed this book like the other 3, I had hoped for a little more than at the end. hopefully there is a book 5, but until then there are a lot of questions in answered.

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  • Amanda
  • 09-17-16

Enjoyable but....

Really enjoyed the story line, I know everyone isn't great at accents but the Scottish attempt ended up irritating me for some reason haha

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  • A. Quartly
  • 08-06-16

Lked the story, terrible accents

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I've enjoyed the story line in this series, never been predictable!

What didn’t you like about Emily Beresford’s performance?

The narrator can't do a Scottish accent, which is a shame given one of the main characters is Scottish. He had some Scottish moments, mixed with Indian and Welsh at times!

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  • Steve Sparkes
  • 05-21-15

Easy going and enjoyable.

Really enjoyed this. Well read and a easy going enjoyable story. If you like science fiction you'll properly enjoy this.

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  • ceesaunders
  • 02-14-15

Why the awful accents??

I've listened to all three books of the extinction point trilogy... The first two were brilliantly narrated. But, Emily! Part three? Either narrate in your spoken tongue (preferable) or get language coaching. The English, Scottish and Welsh accents are so incredibly bad that I've had to stop listening. I'm sorry, I have rarely posted reviews, but just had to put this one out there. I cringe at every accent!

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