Narrator: Christian Rummel
Series: The Remaining #4
Published by Audible Studios on 27 August 2013
Length: 19 hrs and 28 mins
Genres: Horror, Military, Zombie Apocalypse
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This is the destiny of those who stand for others. Their honor will be bought in blood and pain. The Camp Ryder Hub is broken. Lee is nowhere to be found, and his allies are scattered across the state, each of them learning that their missions will not be as easy as they thought. Inside the walls of Camp Ryder, a silent war is brewing, between those few that still support Lee's vision of rebuilding, and the majority that support Jerry's desire for isolation. But this war will not remain silent for long. And in this savage world, everyone will have to make a choice. To keep their morals. Or keep their lives.
©2013 D.J. Molles (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
The military guys take a huge hit in this book of the series. LaRousch is facing challenges that he may not live through sanely; Harper is losing men left and right; and Hardin – well, he’s no where to be found but is suffering beyond what any man should. Camp Ryder is taken over by Jerry and his men. The Followers make a major appearance and it’s up to the ladies left at home at Camp Ryder!
This book, like the others is chock full of action and adventure. We see many of the characters who have been very well developed begin to question their beliefs and desires. Betrayal everywhere the eye turns with twists and turns that are mind boggling. Will Jerry destroy Camp Ryder? Will the ladies save the day? Where is Lee Hardin? Will LaRousch survive?
If you thought the other books had some jaw dropping moments, Molles is not done with you yet! I could not believe the places he took his listeners and then dropped bombshell after bombshell on them. This is what makes a good author, but what makes them great is heir ability to keep track of the storylines and keep them in a format that allows the reader to enjoy and also keep up. Molles is great at this! There were times I wanted to shout at Molles and say, “What are thinking????” Not one to disappoint his readers, Molles kept the action going and further developed bordering characters so there was a bonding between the reader and the characters.
Molles is vivid in his details and description. He hooks the reader into this and won’t let them go until the very end.
Christian Rummel did an excellent job of narration. Listening one could hear and feel the range of emotions – pain, agony, loss, confusion, anger and more of each character. Rummel never disappoints. It is a long book but one worth the listen; you won’t be disappointed and Rummel makes the book go quickly.
There were no issues with the audio production, everything was clear and well produced.