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Publisher's Summary

The Preppers were right. And the time is now.

The Blue Plague came roaring out of the Congo and into the United States - and it can't be stopped. The Infected become violently insane and impossibly strong. They're not zombies - no, that would be too easy - they're something much worse. The Infected are violent and unstoppable, but they can think. They can heal from most wounds. And worst of all - they can reproduce.

Bruce, Debbie, Mike, and Nancy have been preparing for the worst for years. There's nothing to do but bug out - and they know exactly where to go. But on the arduous journey to reach the sanctuary of their farm, they confront thousands of The Infected. Along the way they make some invaluable new friends, and together, the emboldened troop kicks the hell out of the Infected - and the equally dangerous marauders who are willing to murder anyone in their way.

Join Bruce, Mike, and their newfound friends as they battle their way across Infected Louisiana, thwarting every foe imaginable in order to reach the sanctuary of their farm.

Blue Plague Book One: The Fall is a survivalist adventure filled with courage and betrayal, tragedy and hope.

©2017 Thomas A. Watson (P)2017 Permuted Press

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Story line very good. Performance Awful. Sad.

Would you try another book from Thomas A. Watson and/or Eric Davidson?

I have read The Forgotten Forbidden America series and The Dark Titan series. Both Series had very good narrators. I'm surprised more care was not taken to secure a talented narrator.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked Bruce and Mike.

Would you be willing to try another one of Eric Davidson’s performances?

No.

Do you think Blue Plague: The Fall needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes with a different narrator. Personally I don't enjoy listening to Eric Davidson.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Bad narrator

If you are going to use the same narrator for the rest of the series, don’t bother. He is the worst!!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Horrible narrator!

Narrator sounded like a cheesy 80s game show host. This was a decent zombie book but this guy voice acting needs hella work.

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  • Brian
  • McDonough, Ga.
  • 01-11-18

oh well.

I couldn't imagine how much money they spent and how perfect these characters are. Just totally unbelievable.

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good book, ok narrator

I like this series of books. But the narrator on this book could be a little dry at times. He has a very deep voice but it does not lend itself to listening to for a long time. I hope very much that they do the rest of the series but maybe use a different narrator

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Great book!

Wow, loved this book and bummed that the rest of the series isn't on audible yet. I might have to actually break down and actually read! The characters are great and well thought out. The narrarator did a great job sucking me into the book and into the characters lives.

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Loved the Story

I loved the story. I just had a hard time with the narrators voice. It was distracting and took away from the story line. I listen to a lot of audio books and if the voice is not there it is a hard book to listen to. I have listened to it 3 times now but the voice makes it hard.

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you can tell this was the author's first book

I am an avid Thomas A Watson fan and have listened to all of his book available on audible. This was a good story and it's interesting to see the roots of his style and story telling. storyline was good, watson-esque, a little raw.

The narrator almost killed the book for me. I just kept thinking how much the better the audio book would have been with a better narrator. It was like listening to the entire story read by a monster truck or WWE announcer.

Overall this doesn't turn me away from the author but I'll probably not listen to another book from this narrator/announcer.

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  • M. Philo
  • Pacific Northwest, USA
  • 09-20-17

THE AUTHOR DIDN'T CHOOSE THE NARRATOR THE PUBLISHER DID!

Long story short, the narrator wasn't a good fit for this awesome book. This story is in Louisiana. The narrator has a very northern voice. For someone who doesn't know the story would have difficulties with different characters. There wasn't much difference in voices. I love this story, but wished the publisher had chose a different narrator.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful