• Terminus

  • Lee Harden, Book 6
  • By: D.J. Molles
  • Narrated by: Christian Rummel
  • Length: 13 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (564 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The only way out is through. 

Greeley, Colorado lies before him. Griffin’s army presses at his back. 

Lee Harden is out of options, and out of time. 

Inside the city, Sam Ryder is trapped behind enemy lines, and Acting President Briggs still maintains his stranglehold on the country - and Lee’s destiny. 

Choices. We are made by choices. And they make us. Choices are being made by every individual swept up in this conflict. Abby - Sam - Abe - Brinly - Angela - all of them making choices, with irreversible consequences. 

And all of those consequences fall on Lee. 

As Lee fights to adapt and maintain control amid the chaos of a city under siege, all of those choices will reach their terminus in this explosive conclusion to the Lee Harden series.

©2021 D.J. Molles (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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Tedious so tedious

Ugh… this book is filled with 10% action and 90% descriptive description of descriptive thoughts. Thoughts filled with descriptions of doubt spoken by similar descriptions of descriptive doubt. Get what I mean? Flowery words spun and spun around millions of descriptive words until a sole action is taken and the chapter ends. Only to go on to the next with more of the same.

To be honest, you could start this book with two hours left and get more out of the whole book because that’s where it really starts and that’s where all the ridiculous descriptive descriptions of thoughts and more thoughts end and the story comes to a somewhat decent and satisfying end. With one glaring exception. In the prologue we hear some pretty damning info. Once that info finally comes to light, it’s not passed on to anyone important. Nothing is done with that info and that info changes everything in my mind. If this is really the end of the series then that exclusion in just annoying. Great narration as always.

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A Lame Ending to a Great Series

*Spoilers*

From the beginning the story was completely off. This story is NOT about Covid and never has been. Trying to tie it to Trump and COVID just had me shaking my head. The next 70% of the story was gunshots and explosions. At the end… it didn’t make any sense. War Criminal? Subs? The rest of the world??? I was hoping for another Primal. That was a great one!

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A truly sad ending

This was a sad and pathetic ending to an epic dystopian series. Hard to believe it came from the same author as the previous books in the series. D.J Molies is a great story teller and a good writer. Christian Rummel brought the stories to life, but in this case not even Mr. Rummel could make an engaging tale from the jumble of meaningless violence, disjointed rambling plot line, and endless cliché. I have read and enjoyed the entire Remaining series. The books were great fun. But after this one I am done. I found this book so disapointing that I will be hesitant to read another of Mr. Molies books.

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Amazing

Everything about this book was amazing. I can honestly say I did not see the ending coming and that I am excited for future works.

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Great addition - anti-climactic

Worth the listen. I mean, If you’re this many books in you have to listen. The end seems a little…. Lazy. Just saying. Still good.

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Basically game of thrones s8

Come on man you didn't need to rush to wrap up the best post apocalyptic series in the game and ruin it with unexplainable drama and uncharacteristic behavior.

I hope you revisit this universe someday

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Realistic and depressing end to this series

Let me start this review by saying Lee Harden is one of my two favorite book characters of all time. This is saying something since I have read many good series. That being said….

I disliked this book immensely. I read a lot of post apocalyptic books and this is a constant gut punch until the end. I just felt numb to the ending. There is so much death and destruction that is unnecessary and overdone, in my humble opinion.

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1. The ending does provide for an expansion into another storyline in the “Remaining” universe.
2. Christian Rummel is a wonderful narrator. His performances never disappoint. This book is no exception.
3. The story does give the reader great insight into the motivations of many characters and their growth over the series. Sometimes the “bad guys” aren’t so bad and sometimes the “good guys” aren’t so good. Mostly, people are trying to do the best they can with the circumstances they are faced with. As always, there are powerful people and forces beyond our knowing.
4. The ending does provide resolution for the reader and could definitely be a final book for the entire “Remaining” universe.

If DJ Molles decides to write another series for this universe, I will definitely give it a try. But if it ends up being another depressing series of gut punches, I would likely stop reading the series.

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I hope we get a little more!

I love the Lee Harden series. hopefully we can get a few more 🙏

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Dragging

Last 2 books have been hard to get into. They seemed to drag and drag on topics that don't really add to the overall story. Have felt predictable in how they are going to play out.

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Great ending to the series

Great ending that ties the series up. cannot wait for theses characters future. .

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  • Dominic Hyde
  • 05-02-22

brilliant saga

I really loved this Saga of story's, very well preformed. definitely worth a listening to.

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  • Tom
  • 03-06-22

Enjoyable but weak plot and unanswered questions

Pick this up if you are a fan of the series but the plot felt rushed and left unanswered questions about the primals. The start of the book was a bit lacklustre but the final third was action packed and I couldn’t put it down. Narrator was excellent as usual.

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  • Cameron
  • 01-19-22

Another incredible book by DJ Molles

The only thing that I'm not 100% happy with, when leaving this review...is the fact that I cant give it more stars. 10/10 from a huge fan in NewZealand