• Cannibal Warfare

  • A Post-Apocalyptic Virus Thriller
  • By: Jordan Vezina
  • Narrated by: Randolf Rebrick
  • Length: 6 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (57 ratings)

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Cannibal Warfare

By: Jordan Vezina
Narrated by: Randolf Rebrick
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Publisher's Summary

Senior Chief Cotton Wiley thought he had left his days of fighting behind in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the world had other plans. First a deadly virus ravaged humanity and then the attempt at a vaccine turned most of the survivors into genetically engineered cannibals. Now the former SEAL has a new mission: Get his daughter through the wasteland of what was once America and to a place where she has a chance at a future not soaked in blood.

Roland Reese took the shot that killed the President of the United States, and in doing so plunged the entire country into a vortex of chaos from which it would never return. Now he has become the self-designated “King of Central Texas” and enforces his treaty with an iron fist. Like everyone else in the Texas Meat Belt Roland has a bloody past, but the secret he guards closest may prove his undoing.

Harris Pembroke always dreamed of a life in Special Forces, but flat feet kept him from serving his country and forced him into the humdrum life of an insurance salesman. Then he took the vaccine and felt his humanity slipping away as the entire world he knew was pulled out from beneath him. Now he has a second chance to live the life he always dreamed of. When the zero hour strikes will he have the courage to make a stand against the evil rapidly overwhelming the world or will he prove himself to be the coward he always secretly feared he was?

Cannibal Warfare is the first book in the Texas Meat Belt series and features a complex cast of characters, unexpected plot twists, military realism and non-stop action.

Don’t fear the end of the world. Fear what lies beyond the end.

©2021, 2022 Jordan Vezina (P)2022 Jordan Vezina

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Fun Fast Listen

Fun fast listen that builds on current events with a what if scenario and expands from there. The characters are compelling and the narration is good.

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An interesting, suspenseful tale with likable, unique characters and well narrated. Look forward to more from the author.

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Good Story

I really enjoyed this story. Great characters, plot and timing, along with a great narration make it a joy to listen to. There is a book 2 and I will be digging into that one soon.

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Not my cup of tea

Good story but not into cannibalism I thought it was going to be more of a zombie story. However great writing and story.

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Unique twist on the zombie genre

Jordan Vezina’s Cannibal Warfare is kind of hard to describe. It’s kind of a quasi-zombie-esque action thriller. What do I mean by quasi-zombie? Well people have been changed after receiving a vaccine from the government. But unlike so many other tales, in this story the people don’t become brains craving zombies, they develop a hankering for human flesh. Yep they become cannibals! Cannibal Warfare details the journey of former Navy SEAL Cotton Wiley and his young daughter as they trek across the ‘Texas meat belt’ doing whatever they need to do to survive in this crazy new post apocalyptic world. Solid story with plenty of action…and the ending…well, no spoilers but it definitely sets up thing to get kicked up a notch for the next book.

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great story!

Had me hooked and reeled in, and next thing I know the book was over... Need the next one ASAP!

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great listen

Interesting view and great story line. The spin at the end has me intrigued for the next book.

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Great Twist on a Genre

Just when you think you’ve read every type of Zombie/Apocalypse type of book along comes this gem. It’s premise is a huge paradigm shift on what’s been a tried and true model. I won’t tell you spoilers but it’s refreshing and really makes you look at the whole Apocalypse scenario from a completely different angle.
It does mirror some of the recent unpleasantness that we’ve had to endure the last few years so hopefully no one takes this as prophetic. (Although I did just order my steak medium RARE instead of medium….). It does almost give you a feeling you’re closer to the story line. Because you hear the same arguments and see some of the predicted outcomes
The narration was fine. No Skippy and the Merry Band of Pirates but not you 11th Grade Econ teacher either. Good pace not monotone decent characters
I recommend this book wholeheartedly. The only hiccup is waiting for the series to continue on Audible. I mean….I may have to start reading!

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Great Post Apocalyptic

Great Narration. Great story with knowledgeable action and not too much drama. Some of these types of post apocalyptic stories could be drama set anywhere, this has the setting really be a part of the story.

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Good book

That’s a good book that I would recommend but I found some of the characters to be unrealistic a bit, as someone who shoots guns I know it takes thousands of rounds to remain accurate and I don’t think it’s always possible that you can pick up a gun that’s been thrown on the ground and have it still cited in and dead on. Also the story could’ve been flushed out just a bit more but I will definitely be picking up the second one.

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worth a listen to!

liking the story so far, if you're interested in apocalyptic military fiction I'd say go for it.
great narrator but sometimes there is a bit of an echo to be heard in the background but it only lasts for a few seconds.