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Clay just wants to get home. Six years ago, he moved to New York City after his wife and daughters were killed in a horrible automobile accident, and now, the day after Hurricane Sandy devastates the city and the tri-state area, Clay sets out on foot to escape both the city, and the prison of his old life there. What Clay discovers on his epic walk to freedom, will change everything...for everyone...forever.

The Cold War is about to get Hot, and sometimes just saying 'NO' is a revolutionary act...

©2013 Michael Bunker (P)2013 Michael Bunker

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An absolutely horrible rendition of a good story!

I read the kindle version of this book (and series) and loved it. The Audible version is horrible! Daniel Dorse comes across as a monotone, expressionless robot. I could not even finish the book! I love the Wick series and Michael Bunker's writings but the choice of this narrator was a BIG mistake. I have listened to hundreds of books as I travel the nation's highways AND have done narration for short stories, videos, and commercials since 1975. I know about good voices and reaching an audience. This "narrator" will turn people off an otherwise GREAT book.
Please buy and enjoy the book. It IS worth it. Don't get this audible version until they get a different voice.

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The pilgrimage of truth!

We enter the scene as Hurricane Sandy has devastated the city of New York and the surrounding area. Clay is an ordinary guy who hiked out of the city, into the mountains, intending to make his way back to his farmhouse in Ithaca some 150 miles, and finds himself in an utterly unreal situation. A fierce nor’easter develops, nearly fatal to Clay as he is unprepared for such conditions. He literally stumbles into a government security area that happens to be located in Warwick, which saves his life but may have been better off avoiding it. The unbelievable situation Clay finds himself entangled in begins to take shape as information slowly comes to light. The description of Warwick and what has taken place there is the focus of the story. In the beginning, it’s quite a bewildering tale. I found myself in Clay’s place, just as confused and anxious for information as was he. In the same vein, eventually, all was made clear. At first, I wasn’t sure how to rate this tale but in retrospect, I feel it was cleverly presented with great skill. Thought-provoking, as I am still thinking about it hours later. Suffice to say I enjoyed the writing and the story. As mentioned in the summary; This tale leads us, 20 years later, into the events of Michael Bunker's thriller, The Last Pilgrims. I shall look for that book, which will be even nicer if I can get the omnibus version.

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Another great book by Bunker

Great book just wish they didn't stop the audio with book 1 but kept it going through the whole series.
Makes you think. Are we just pawns of the the right and left while we are being controlled by a hidden third group.