• The Last Humanity: A Dystopian Society in a Post-Apocalyptic World

  • The Last Survivors, Book 3
  • By: Bobby Adair, T.W. Piperbrook
  • Narrated by: Sean Runnette
  • Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (261 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Fear reigns in the realm of the last survivors.

With death running through the forest on demon's feet and humanity bleeding dry in the hearts of men, does the deadliest evil already live within Brighton's walls?

©2015 Ancient City Publishing LLC (P)2015 Bobby Adair, T.W. Piperbrook

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really good!

great book! I finished it quickly and loved it! the entire series has been really good so far!

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Totally addicting!

A world that continues to suck me in, and not let go. With each book I get to know the characters on a personal level. It truly shows the struggle between the good and evil, that lives with in all of man kind. As well as the length we would go to for preservation and survival!

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excellent!

absolutely loved it cannot wait to get to the fourth book , the narration and storyline are magnificent

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Another great book in this series! I hope book 4 is coming soon. This story keeps getting better and better! The authors did an awesome job with the story and Sean Runnette is doing a superb job with the narration.

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This book is a lot of drama

Not much action in this book or series in general, not sure I will continue listening

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The next book better deliver

Only at the end do we finally get brief and short glimpses of ancient tech and the army seems to be setting off to war. Before that? Boring boring boring!

Ivory is a boy who knows a really, really old interesting dude. I otherwise dont really care much about Ivory yet. Not a lot of back story to him, and thank god for that! Do we really want to read about a boy getting flogged and a woman having to prostitute herself to survive all the time? Brae and Ella are still running around in the woods, but Brae takes a short trip into a town and gets into a stupid fight. Every boring little thing in all the characters desperate lives described in rich detail. All this stuff is just rubbish; who cares. All the stuff in these first three books should have been the first half of one book.

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