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Publisher's Summary

From G. Michael Hopf, the acclaimed apocalyptic and best-selling author of The New World series, is back with an exciting new and dark apocalyptic novel, Day Of Reckoning.

The day started like any other, but it ended with the human race fighting for its very existence.

It was:

A day of sorrow.

A day of sacrifice.

A day of death.

A day of reckoning.

©2017 G. Michael Hopf (P)2017 G. Michael Hopf

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great story in the makes

great new story line in the works, cant wait until more books are finished and released.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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The Beginning of something Great.

As usual G. Michael Hopf delivers,a new take on the modern world and the many threats faced.
he builds up the story with an Arsenal of characters and a solid plot.the action is well paced and I listened to the book in 24 hours.
looking forward to the story continuing. a very timely read.

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This was a winner

This book was great. It was almost two books in one. I can not wait to see if there is a sequel.

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Sadly it could happen thus way

This book deals primarily with the discord within the U.S. leaving the world vulnerable. it is a bit frustrating as the end of society does not begin until the end of the book (which is sad in itself that it is disappointing to those of us that like a zombie story).

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Not bad, not great

Would you try another book from G. Michael Hopf and/or Joseph Morton?

I am a fan of Hopf's work, but i cant say so much for Joseph Morton.

Would you recommend Day of Reckoning to your friends? Why or why not?

Maybe, it wouldnt be the first book recommendation i would give.

What aspect of Joseph Morton’s performance would you have changed?

Joseph Morton is not a horrible narrator, but he also isnt really good. He sort of reminds me of listening to "Grandpa's stories" kind of thing. He has very little voice flexuation, but he is able to make slight little changes from character to character, but he runs out of distinguishable character voices quickly.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No.

Any additional comments?

I generally enjoy Hopf's work, but I think the narrator left me cringing on this one. This PA story twists the modern day terror treat with a unique perspective on a mutant/zombie bio threat. Joseph Morton has a limited scope of voice manipulation and I've listen to many other books he has narrated. There were a number of moments that I got tired of listening to Morton, but the story itself kept me engaged. There are roughly 4 or 5 separate character story lines to follow in this book and for the most part its pretty easy to track. Hopf writes the book as both a solo novel and also leaves plenty of room to write a sequel or start another series. If he changes the narrator, I might stick with it.

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fantastic

loved it must read if you love suspense and thriller stories. keeps you on the edge of your seat!

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So bad.

Listened to first chapter and bailed. The narrator sounds like I imagine I might if I had to read this out loud.

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horrific storyline but great listen during work

holy crap the setting for the attacks, the mental picture garnered... just damn...
went generous with the stars as the subjective nature between 4 and 5, well it was a good listen, plenty of characters to keep up with, to love and loathe, and the premise of this strain of zombie type weapon, makes a good combo. I'd listen to more...

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Justification of a Trump voter

It's as if the author needed some way to justify voting for Donald Trump, and thus concocted this scenario. Thinly veiled political rants are only overshadowed by the monotone of the narrator. Voice acting? No. Character differentiation? No. It felt as though the narrator was reading this book for the first time. Terrible.

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I want my credit back.

The description and plot about this book was very cryptic. I searched online for more info. I didnt want another zombie book.
Well. It's another zombie book. They are all the same ! Couldn't finish it.

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  • sarah
  • 11-06-17

great read loved it!!

great story line with some good twists and turns. couldn't put it down so finished it quicker than I wanted too! found an error which is a suprise with Hopf where the reporter stamped on his phone being wise so he wasn't followed but 48 hours later put his phone on charge in his flat back in France. slight irritation with that not being spotted by editors but other than that I loved it and can't wait for book 2.