• Sandstorm: Publisher's Pack 2

  • Sandstorm Series, Book 3-4
  • By: T.W. Piperbrook
  • Narrated by: Scott Brick
  • Length: 13 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (149 ratings)

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By: T.W. Piperbrook
Narrated by: Scott Brick
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Publisher's Summary

Sandstorm: Publisher's Pack 2 contains the final two books in the Sandstorm series!

Dustborn, Book 3:

Danger comes in many forms. 

Tired, dirty, and sick, the Red Rock survivors eke out an existence on the Watchers' cliffs, hoping to avoid the monster. But life up high is almost as bad as life on the ground. Water is scarce, and no meal is guaranteed. 

And deep inside the tunnels, a new threat is building, something that might consume them all....

War Torn, Book 4: 

To survive or to die? 

Facing threats in every direction, Neena, Kai, and the Right Cavers struggle to stay alive. Meanwhile, Bryan and his marchers confront The Abomination, while Raj endures a personal crisis. 

Will anyone survive, or has the Red Rock colony reached its end?

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Great story!

Excellent dystopian series! Definitely one of T.W. Piperbrook's best I've listened to! Sad to see it end already, but I'm excited to see what he's working on next! Scott Brick does an outstanding job with the narration, but that's no surprise! Brick is awesome!

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First book was clean, then this had a sex scene

It is rather annoying to start a new book series and think you have found one that is free from sex and clean other than violence only to find out that mature themes are introduced in later books. That happened with this book and it is too bad because I really like Scott Brick as a narrator.

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Great narrator, sloppy writing

Message to the writer feel free to hire a editor or something! Maybe you could just pay more attention yourself. Not worth a credit!

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So painful

The first 2 books were promising. The third was just ridiculous and so sloggingly slow, the fourth was just a mess. The characters are ridiculous (except for the main ones) and I still find it hard to believe a 10 year old child (Raj) acts/thinks the way he’s portrayed. Just save yourself the trouble and don’t listen.

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Interesting but not great.

The performance was good but I found the interactions between the characters a little unrealistic and hard to believe.

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I enjoyed this series, except...

Two of the characters expressed way too much regret for their actions. People die, actions have consequences, but to have these two characters continually blame themselves is just too much. When one of them would say “it’s all my fault!” I found myself thinking “of course, why not blame yourself again! I liked the story, but preferred listening to secondary characters.

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Decent

I don’t regret the purchase but I’m not calling my friends and family to tell them to read this one. Author developed some characters, but not many. Too many main characters felt like they were given a superficial attempt when developing them. 3/5 is probably a bit generous of a rating.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-23-22

Echo’s of dune

A great fast moving novel set in a arid back ground where everything is short supply and tensions are high.

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  • LYNNE CEPROW
  • 07-15-21

Wow

Absolutely loved this pack 1 and pack 2 books. Enjoyed every minute of the reading. I could imagine the scenes. Kept me going until the very end.
Love Piperbrook series. Will always keep an eye out.
Recommend highly

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-10-20

It is worth the listen

I really like the world T.W Piperbrook creates in these books, his sence of survival in harsh lands is what has me wanting more. I got this after finishing The Ruins, which is amazing from start to finish! how you feel for the characters, their pain and suffering is not dragged out too long and just before you feel frustrated, BOOM redemption.
In saying that I'm hoping not to spoil anything but Sandstorm is the opposite. in my opinion After about 10 hours in books 3-4 the characters you are meant to love do not show any true strengths. After book 1-2 the character build I thought was ready. A leader needs to have some want to win rather than just compassion after so much suffering, they get bullied and tormented the whole story without a satisfying payback and it left me feeling frustrated pretty much the entire 3-4 books!
Scott Brick got me through it with his great narration.
I will continue to support T.W Piperbrook as his stories are a great listen regardless.