• Control System

  • Natural Laws Apocalypse, Book 3
  • By: Tom Larcombe
  • Narrated by: Derek Shoales
  • Length: 13 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (176 ratings)

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Marc's Safe Zone, and his network of interconnected Safe Zones, has been upgraded to an Industrial Technology level. With the new tech level comes a number of items that they've desperately wanted to build. Now railways, lighter than air travel, primitive firearms, and more are available, once the requirements for their tech chains are satisfied.

Marc has finally managed to get the day to day running of the Safe Zone out of his own hands and into hands he trusts. His mother is fully into the administrative end of things and his father, while head of the defenses, has now been granted build access on the pedestal so Marc is free to explore and grind for levels.

With the System trying to bypass its restrictions, the elves building a new settlement in Marc's Captured lands, and what seems like a major quest that needs doing, Marc's been slowed, if not totally stalled, on the expansion of both his Safe Zone and the network of Safe Zones that allow him to Capture land. Fortunately, the lighter than air tech chain offers a number of benefits, including the ability to search the surrounding areas and track down other survivors in their own Safe Zones.

©2021 Thomas Larcombe (P)2022 Tantor

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Can’t wait for book for 4

This book series is actually amazing and it takes an interesting look at the apocalypse I can’t wait for the next one

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Glad I stumbled upon this series

This is a great system apocalypse book. Can't wait to get the next book!

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Sadly disappointing.

I really enjoyed the first two books. Unfortunately, you can tell from this one that the author is pretty young. He has issues with authority figures, and you can tell that he thinks to himself, "When I'm the boss, I'm going to do things differently." He also goes on some pointless SJW virtue signal rants that kind of ruin the flow of the story. Also, every single woman in this book is a jealous, abusive, creature that can't see that there are more important things to worry about, and most of them men are dumb, pushovers.

The narrator sounds like he's talking into a large empty jar with with the microphone inside it. Lots of echoing.

Overall, the book is worth listening to if you enjoyed the first two, but don't make it a priority.

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