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Publisher's Summary

The entire Wasteland Chronicles series

No one expected Ragnarok. The miles-wide meteor fell from the sky in 2030, taking most of humanity with it. The lucky ones took refuge in the Bunkers. The unlucky ones had to deal with the meteor's aftermath...and the alien virus it unleashed.

Now, that virus is evolving, creating an army of mutants and monsters, mixing Earth genetics with something...not Earth. As humanity struggles in the wastelands of what's left, it might already be too late...

...unless a band of young heroes can rise up, and fight.

©2013, 2014, 2015 Kyle West (P)2021 Tantor

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Really Enjoyed

I read mixed reviews on this one. Some didn't like the story, some didn't like the narrator, and some complained about the characters. I thought all were spot on. I enjoyed the whole series.

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Fallout 3 anyone?

Right from the start this story reminded me of a video game I played in the 90's. I loved the game but this book... not so much. The Protagonist is unlikable to me. He is just a whiny 16 year old that just made me angry most of the time. If I heard "my Dad" one more time I think I would have screamed. The Narrator could have not have been more poorly chosen. He was so monotonous I couldn't stay focused on the story. His voice was a good match for a tennage boy but he didn't put much emotion into any of the dialogue. I didn't care about any of the characters which is an important connection for me..... I WANT to care about them.... mentally cheer them on.... but this guy couldn't bring them to life for me. I'm sorry but I couldn't finish the book.

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Young Adult ,Fallout inspired fantasy.

It's not bad, but its written for a young audience. 30 years ago I probably would have loved this, but at 40 and after reading hundreds of PA books over the years this just has nothing to hold my attention. I made it about six hours in before I realized it was just background noise and I wasn't paying any attention to it.

Really, not bad if your looking for young adult apocalypse pulp but if you've moved beyond that you will probably end up bored.

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  • RJ
  • 05-15-22

Catching the stars!

Apocalypse #1 – Origins #2 – Evolution #3 – Revelation #4 – Darkness #5 – Extinction #6 – Xenofall #7
After a slow beginning, the story began to pick up speed, capturing my interest and imagination. I believe the turning point was when our adventurers journeyed to Nova Roma, “New Rome”, meeting Emperor Agustus. The action escalated to a whole new adventure. The main plotline of the Xeno Virus, the Great Blight, and the coming invasion of the Xenos’ came to fruition. The prior explanation of the bunkers and the backgrounds of the characters came together to make more sense, fitting in with the whole of the story. New and old characters, such as The Voice, Karen Black of The Reapers in Los Angeles, Marcus and The Exiles, Char and The Raiders, and The New Angels, gaining importance. The world was going to need fighters when Xenofall came. We receive a long explanation by The Wanderer, known as Askalon, about Xenominds, Elokia, and Radiskins. What remains is the familiar story of creation and the age-old battle of good versus evil; moral versus amoral. To stop the Radiskin, Eskowa, and the Xenomind, they would have to be infected with the Elokia virus. This plot arc remains throughout the rest of the series. I was confused by the oddity that a character was killed in one book, and reappeared in the next. Other than that, and the exceeding length of the series, it’s not a bad story if you can stay engaged. By the time of the conclusion, I was glad it had ended.

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It is great

I most don't like listening or reading books but I can not stop reading this I would reccomend this book to a lot of people

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couldn't stop listening

very good collection, hope to find more like this.
it was nice that it would read without stopping

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Story was pretty good...imagination was great. To much drama...many times I felt like I was watching a soap opera.

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okay if you're 16

absolutely inconsistent in the storyline. really struggled to finish. no consistency in storyline or narration . it killed 50 hours, but had me rolling my eyes constantly over the last 25.

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too long for the story and characters

I listened to the entire series but it was painful at times, seems this was targeting teenage audiences/readers, it jumped all over the place as the teen heroes changed their plans and broke promises at every turn

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head scratching

many aspects of this story don't make sense. a bite infects , but then it doesn't? we have hydrogen space ships , but can't use them to drop a hydrogen bomb on the bad guy? no we have to send people in ? what? it's interesting enough to kill time but not much else.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-06-21

Time period gumbo.

I was with it, really enjoying the story, society has crumbled and your trying to survive in a hostile environment. sounds good right?

suddenly you have a spaceship, and space station.. then one of your team gets kidnapped so you parachute... from a spaceship.... into a town from the 1700's..... while on your way to see the ruler of a city from the roman emperor days....

i feel like they picked every time period, put them in a pot and hoped for the best. its a no from me.
a street gang has a freaking rail gun to shoot "dragons" ffs.
its all over the place.