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The Day After Never Bundle (First 4 Novels)

Narrated by: John David Farrell
Length: 32 hrs and 34 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The first four novels of The Day After Never series. 

They said it couldn't happen...

...the day would never come.

They were wrong.

The apocalypse was five years ago. Little has changed. There isn't any law, but there used to be. Back then, Lucas Shaw had been a Texas lawman. Now he's just trying to survive. 

In a kill-or-be-killed wasteland, death is always around. Will today be his last?

When a young woman enters his life, he must make an impossible decision: help her in a battle against an adversary who'll stop at nothing or keep himself alive. Which will he choose?

A highly acclaimed post-apocalyptic series from The New York Times and USA Today best-selling author at a special bundle price. 

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©2016-2018 Russell Blake (P)2018 Russell Blake

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  • Brian D
  • 31-07-2018

Fantastic!

As a big fan of the genre, I was a little apprehensive at the beginning, as the story is set 5 years after the collapse. However after a quick set up of the situation, I was hooked. It has a great story line, and perfect use of imagery throughout. And the narration by John David Farrell is second to none. It’s hard to press pause on this audiobook! I will definitely be reading more by Russell Blake!

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  • larry d. skylar
  • 14-02-2019

Fantastic!

This was an excellent read! The characters had great depth. The narration was marvelous! I was able to see each character in my mind because of the ability of the narrator to give each a distinctive voice. Well done indeed. The hero: strong, smart, silent and deadly. The heroine: a ditz...
Let's just say, I reeeeally would have been bewitched to put my bacon on the line for such a vacuous, impetuous, scatterbrained person...

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  • majjaqui
  • 31-10-2018

Post-Apocalyptic Tale with a Western Flavor

I really liked how the tale unfolded just like the old westerns, with the lone gunman rescuing the damsel in distress. And it only got better from there with gun battles and good versus evil interactions throughout the four novels. The only thorn in my side while reading this was the continual betrayal of the primary female character as one who constantly fails to learn how to act in this post-apocalyptic world. I get why she might start out as impetuous and ignorant of how to behave when in dangerous situations. But after a while any normal person, male or female would have adopted different behaviors so as to ensure their continued survival and to prevent the need to continually be saved/protected by the big handsome male protagonist. The failure of the author to show growth in this female character throughout the 4 novels, shows a lack of understanding of women and their ability to cope in tough situations. Mr. Blake may want to study up on the role of women in the Resistance movements in WWII Europe or the Russian women of that same war and how they were even fiercer fighters than their male counterparts.

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  • CL
  • 05-03-2019

Great series.

Josey Wales meets Han Solo vs a heavily tattooed Vin Deisel. And throw in a woman who needs saving at every turn and the fate of the world in the balance and viola... Great story. Only one real complaint. Sometimes the characters bleed in to one another as they use the same phrases or descriptions showing us the man behind the curtain but thats few and far between. Excellent writing. Great action. Enjoyable from beginning to end.

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  • derrick miller
  • 01-06-2018

Nice and Smooth

This is a nice and Smooth story line good book to listen to. I can't wait to continue the story l.

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  • bobinmontana
  • 01-03-2019

many hours of enjoyable listening serious

the great story a great 4 book boxed set I was pleasantly surprised. I hope the saga continues the author is a very prolific writer. writing volumes which held my attention. very enjoyable read/ listen.

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  • Santana Martin
  • 26-02-2019

glad I took a chance!

I had this on my Wish List for a while, but it was the 1st book in series, and something has always made me hesitant- I'm especially picky when the books arent long to listen to. I listen to books when I work, so if I'm spending the money, I want it to last more than a day, and it has to be GOOD.
so whenever I saw the box set of the 4 books in series, I grabbed it.
I am GLAD I did! it was very good. I normally listen to the EMP books, where they go out in forest, or travel cross country...your typical book in this genre.
but this was different, and it was nothing short of great.
I hope they're is more in this series and they come out in a set again! way to go!

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  • P.Stone
  • 20-02-2019

All except for the character named Sierra.

This series is excellent but the author must be a red pilled man because he wrote the characters Sierra so accurately fulfilling the role of female nature that she makes a man angry at her hypergamy and selfishness it is unreal.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-11-2018

Not that good

Look, I don’t much care for the narrator. But the story just wasn’t that good. Predictable. Also the entire last book seemed like a rushed conclusion written as an afterthought. It was good enough to listen to, and I won’t ask for a refund. But barely.

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  • nanamarigold
  • 26-09-2018

Enjoyable read

Different from most of the 'end times/survivalist' type stories and I thoroughly enjoyed the change.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-12-2018

Loved it

I love detail and lengthy books, this did not disappoint. My favourite genre. I would put in top 10, behind the likes of the passage by just Cronin.

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  • jan
  • 05-02-2019

The day after never bundle

Really enjoyed the books BUT have never disliked a character so much as I did the lead female what a plonker,she deserved to die in the first book,found myself actually talking to the recording during some of her antics ,apart from her the story was enjoyable,

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