• Dead Pit

  • Afterworld Apocalypse, Book 3
  • By: Camille Picott
  • Narrated by: Molly Secours
  • Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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A family torn apart. A sadistic warlord with a taste for torture. What lengths will a desperate mother go to protect the people she loves?

When their helicopter is shot down in the Alaskan wilderness, Li Yuan and Eugene are captured by a sadistic warlord. They are taken to an arena, where they will be forced to fight plaguers in gladiator-style events. Eugene won’t stand a chance in the arena. In an effort to keep him alive, Li Yuan strikes a perilous bargain with the warlord.

In the chaos of the helicopter crash, Aston manages to escape. Desperate to save his captured family, he sets out on foot to free them from the warlord’s vicious sport. Will Aston arrive in time to save them, or will Li Yuan be forced to sacrifice herself to protect her family?

Dead Pit is the third book of the high-octane Afterworld Apocalypse series. If you like the gripping tension of The Hunger Games and the undead action of I Am Legend, you won’t want to miss this next installment of Afterworld Apocalypse.

Grab your crowbar and enter the Dead Pit today!

©2022 Camille Picott (P)2022 Camille Picott

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Incredible

Wow, this installment of the series is soooo good. So many new characters and the story is super exciting and fast paced. The little family is in the run With plaguers on their tail and other groups wanting them it was non stop action. I honestly could not put this down!!! I am now going to wait impatiently for the next book❤️❤️

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Excellent action and a great overall story!

Camille Picott contines a wonderful series with book 3, Dead Pit. The action starts where book 2 left off and it continues to get increasingly better! The characters continue to be further developed as well as the world we find them all in. A great mix of action, emotion, and results. I look forward to Camille's next series! Audio Version: Molly Secours continues to do a wonderful narrating the overall story and with each individual character, really bringing the story to life.

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How far will a mother go for her family?

After reading Dead Pit in June the story was a challenge for me because it represented the first time in a very long time where I had a love hate feeling about a story – as you will see from my original review included below, and that hate emotion had nothing to do with the story sucking, in fact Dead Pit is a very well written action-packed story with characters I have become attached to. Now about a month after reading the story I have listened to Molly Secours excellent narration of the audiobook version and while I’m still having my original dilemma, I’m leaning in favor of the love category but there is still that incident that makes me want to hate the story. If you want t know what evokes this emotion, you need to read the book to figure out what I’ talking about.

I’m torn about whether to love or hate Dead Pit, its filled with intense action and the characters have begun to really resemble a family – dysfunctional at the best of times, but a family none the less, so why the hate? You need to read it for yourself and see. All I will say is get ready for the snow and some extreme action, not to mention being exposed to how far Morning Star will go to protect her family. Camille has this knack for writing stories that can be emotionally polarizing, and Dead Pit is one of those, in fact it may be the best example of her ability to shred your emotions. Ok, I do love the story, some parts much more than others. I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from the author and chose to provide my review.

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  • 08-28-22

Things just got a little chillier

(4 and 1/2 stars) I found this book hard to put down. The group have reached Alaska and things just got a little chillier. Expect suspense, adventure and thrills in the third instalment of this series. The narrator did a great job bringing the story to life, but because the speech was a bit fast at times, I listened to this book at a slightly slower speed.

Like books one and two, book three also ends on a cliffhanger. I recommend that readers who dislike cliffhangers wait until all of the books are released before starting this series.

I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author, and I'm leaving a voluntary review.