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Publisher's Summary

Erin Miller was alone in the world after her Uncle Ernie died, but he left her a hunting lodge full of secrets in the Kiamichi Mountains of southeastern Oklahoma. She packed up her belongings and left Tulsa, determined to make the lodge into a home. Just as she was settling in and making friends in the nearby town of Kanichi Springs, events on the other side of the world and across America caused drastic changes in her life and the lives of all Americans. Erin and her friends soon found themselves struggling to survive and help others in their Kiamichi Refuge.

©2016 Carol A. Madding (P)2017 Carol A. Madding

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  • Michelle
  • San Diego, CA, United States
  • 12-06-17

poor narration

sound quality poor narration also poor. otherwise the story had potential but for the narration quality which was poor.

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Couldn't even continue after the first three mins

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I can't even tell you if the storyline was good. The narrator was so bad that three minutes into the narration I had to shut it off and return the book. I could have done a better recording in my closet. It's a shame because the reviews from those that have read the book were great and it really sounded like a story I would like.