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Sandstorms have ravaged the earth, and dark, mysterious Stormspheres protect the few remaining cities. While Gardeners tend the precious spheres, their Blackthumbs maintain the peace.

But for Blackthumb Julia Reed and her partner Zach Dias, Angel City's peace has shattered. Someone's murdered a Gardener, and the Blackthumbs' search for his killer takes them from Angel City's crumbling skyscrapers to the salt flats of the Pacific Desert. But what they find out there goes far beyond a simple murder.

All across the world, the Stormspheres are failing and the cities are falling. Julia and Zach may have just discovered why. They can save Angel City - but first they have to save themselves.

©2014 Erica Lindquist & Aron Christensen (P)2015 Erica Lindquist & Aron Christensen

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Unique post apocalyptic concept!

I loved this book! It has a very unique post apocalyptic concept different from any others I've read or listened to. I'd love to see a sequel to this book and see how humanity handles the new information that is essential to their survival. The authors did a great job with this book and Hollie Jackson was great with the narration!

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Engrossing World!

Whisperworld has one of the most engrossing settings that I've read. The listener is very gracefully introduced to the world through small details like slang or just the way people dress, rather than being beat over the head with endless exposition. It gets pretty racy at times; make sure to use headphones if you're at work!

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