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Reality after reality is being destroyed by THE BLEED. With their options narrowing by the second, and with their group scattered far and wide across the multiverse, it's down to less than 10 people to try and save the lives of billions upon billions of others.   

If they fail, THE BLEED will rule. Nothing and no one else will survive.    

IT ALWAYS BLEEDS THROUGH. THREE WORLDS. THREE AUTHORS. THE ULTIMATE APOCALYPSE. 

©2021 Mark Tufo, David Moody, Chris Philbrook (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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What a Great collaboration for this series.

No spoilers in this review, just my opinion of this book and the series as a whole. Kindle Unlimited suggested this series to me as I am a Mark Tofu fan. I read/listened to The Shrouded World collaboration and didn't like it at all. Thank goodness I took a chance on this collaboration as
I was drawn into the three different worlds during the first book, but that feeling kept growing as the main characters slowly came together as each book went on. Then, as the third book brought everything together in such an interesting way, I was rewarded with a satisfyingly conclusion. My faith in Mark Tofu, as a writer, has been renewed. I loved the sarcasm that Maddie uses in times of stress. It seems like in this day and age, sarcasm is a lost art. Mark Tufo uses it absolutely perfect and in the way it should be used. I don't know anything about the other two authors, but their writing styles were quite interesting. I may check out some of their books. As for the narrator, Scott Aiello, he did a very good job of doing male voices and different accents, but couldn't quite get the female voices to sound different. It was difficult to tell one character from another. Glad I had the book to read along with the narration or I wouldn't have known who was speaking, that excules the Maddie character. You couldn't help but recognize her voice. All in all, this was a very fun, exciting, action packed series. Loved it. Will recommend to family and friends.