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During a business trip to Uruguay, Nathan Reed’s commercial airline is caught in a powerful storm over the Amazon jungle. The plane crashes somewhere along the Brazilian-Peruvian border, leaving a handful of survivors stranded in the rainforest.

They race to find potable water, medical supplies, and safe shelter. Their fight for survival intensifies when they are targeted by a mysterious group of uncontacted people in the Amazon.

Jon Athan, the author of Cannibal Creek and City of Hunger, welcomes you to Cannibal Jungle in this violent, suspenseful survival horror novel. Can you survive this gory journey?

Warning: This novel contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.

©2019 Jonathan Sixtos (P)2020 Jonathan Sixtos

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  • timj26
  • 18-04-2020

Loved it

Thrilling with tons of gore extreme horror fans will devour
Well narrated with A shocking ending highly recommended
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  • Tobias K
  • 01-08-2021

A harrowing story of survival horror and cannibals

Cannibal Jungle was a fast paced nightmare of a worse case scenario. Athan builds tension with empathy and hope contrasted with the shock and distress. 

If you enjoy 70s and 80s cannibal films I highly recommend this book. 

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-04-2021

Slow Moving Horrible Narrator

I usually like Jon Athan's books, This one was slow moving along and didn't live up to its title or his previous books and this narrator is absolutely a dread to listen to. My bad for not reading who the narrator was before purchasing, because Ive heard him before and wanted to cut my ears off

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  • Anonymous User
  • 26-10-2020

A tapestry of horror, shock and thrill!

I felt al range of emotions, sadness, dread, disgust, anger, hatred! I enjoyed it all.

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  • Linda
  • 15-04-2020

okayish

I know that we are warned about the violence and so on before the book,. but the brutal violence seemed to have little story behind it, and it just seemed to be in the book for it's own sake.

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  • Jacquetta
  • 05-04-2020

kind of ok

my first audio book. story was a bit predictable but ok. Not impressed with voice over. sorry but i wont be rushing to buy, listen to another audio version. have read most of your books but this was disappointing.

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