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The Complete Disruption Trilogy: Books 1 - 3

Narrated by: Kevin Pierce
Series: Disruption, Book 1-3
Length: 39 hrs and 6 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (83 ratings)

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Ready for your next audiobook? How about almost 40 hours of non-stop action, brought to life by award-winning narrator Kevin Pierce?

A corrupt president...A world without power...A handful of survivors battle impossible odds in the madness.

The Complete Disruption Trilogy begins with Under a Tell-Tale Sky, McDermott’s acclaimed post-apocalyptic epic. In this pause-resisting thriller, a lone ship carries the world’s most valuable cargo in a world gone violently insane. Can the captain overcome mutiny and betrayal and guide his vessel to safety?

Follow a cast of unforgettable characters as they navigate a societal collapse that threatens their very existence. These three pulse-pounding tales paint a harrowing portrait of a frighteningly plausible future, and are sure to keep fans of A.G. Riddle, Hugh Howey, and Justin Cronin resisting to pause long into the night.

Get all three audiobooks of the Disruption Trilogy, complete and unabridged in this omnibus edition. That's almost 40 hours of nail biting suspense that Audible listeners have awarded a combined total of over 2,300 reviews with an average rating of 4.7 stars!

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Half good half lacking

There are parts of this story that are decent. I REALLY could have done without the Arian Nation and black Gang storylines. They simply were not feasible to me. I also tired very quickly of the language. Despite the language being used within a story line for which one would expect it, it just came off as over used, repetitive, and ridiculously exaggerated. I also don’t believe either’s miscreant group’s leaders would be able to pull off the leadership and organization in the story. They’d all kill each other off within their own groups way before organizing to the extent this book attempted to portray. Character development was weak in my opinion, although I like how the mother of Jeremy was so bad ass, and Jeremy himself was a great character to add to the story. I kind of liked the Cajun army thing too. Maybe that was it, there was just too much going on, not enough character development /or lack of substory behind the characters. I get it all tied together in the end. Not a bad book, just not one of my favs.

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  • hj
  • 09-17-19

Realistic and eye opening

I’ve never read or listened t a book before that felt so much like a warning call to action. The book had me reviewing my own preparedness and increased my desire to be mor self sufficient. Well Done.

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OUTSTANDING

Great books. I really like how practical and realistic these books are. it will open your eyes as far as being prepared. I have been a prepper/ survivalist for many years. my eyes where opened after my service in the Marines. I saw many countries and thanked God I was born in America. I also learned just how vulnerable we are in our country.

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wow

great story top to bottom. believable, interesting, well developed characters. a must apocalyptic story read

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Really good but wanted more at the end.

This is another series of what happens when the power is gone. It's thought provoking to the point you may think about prepping. The dark side of the series is the evil people who have little to no morals. You can understand the prisoners but not your alleged elected officials going south. It's not too hard to imagine when you realize how the media is used to shape the facts to fit the narrative they want. It seems that our founding fathers are a lot wiser then people want you to believe. There are a bunch of hero's and thank God that most of them were given a reprieve on what appears to be a death sentence. It seemed that the author had to hurry to sum things up. The ending left a lot of what happened to these folks? The author would do well to do another book so we could to see what happened and there is an ending with hope for the human race..

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great book to listen to

bit slow to start but gets there and keeps you there. missing a few people in the end.

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a lot of research

I live in one of the areas in the book and he made it believable

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Great! Nothing less

Excellent listen! Put together extremely well! Kevin Pierce is amazing as always. One of the better of the 70 in my library.

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Excellent book and performance

Due to finishing this trilogy and finding it superb, I will soon begin listening to the Dogan series. But this one was fantastic! Realistic to the very definition of it.

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Great thrilling look at waht may come.

I have listened to many post Apocalyptic book series. This one ranks right up there with the best of them!! I really did enjoy the story!

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  • chris cain
  • 09-06-19

Sounds familiar

I’ve only listened to the first book so far, I bought it based on the reviews... it might be a decent story but for me it’s the same old generic American “prepper” and the downfall of American society! Well I’m glad I don’t live there because every post apocalyptic book seems to have the entire social structure and law enforcement collapse within 3 days of losing power! With “gang bangers” or lunatics taking over within a week!!! Couldn’t listen to any more! In the U.K. if we lost power for 3 days we’d be complaining that the weather was aggravating the issue, our fish fingers defrosted and are no good and having to boil water for tea on the hob instead of the kettle! I doubt anyone would rape pillage and murder for some canned fruit! And why as a reader, would I care about the ins and outs of a fart of some gun with stupid numbers and unbelievable technical specifications of weapons that mean nothing to anyone but a gun shop owner? We don’t care just say he had a gun or he had a big gun! Yes you may pick up I’m a bit peeved... spent hours picking a book listened to 15 hours only to find its almost identical to “the day after” and various other generic American hero prepper saves the world story. If you’re after something different, with some originality try peter clines the fold or 14. Dark matter is a good shout too, even wayward pines or extraction at least have some original ideas. Rant over
If you’ve never listened to a post apocalyptic downfall of American society in an incredibly short time with a prepper generic hero who saves the day, before, you might enjoy this as a first! Can’t fault the narrator though

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