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How many hearts can a song touch? How many ears can it reach? How many people can it kill? 

When popular boy band Whoa-Town releases their latest album, no one thinks anything of it. They certainly don’t think that the world will be changed forever. After an apocalyptic disease sweeps the world, it becomes clear that the music of this seemingly innocuous boy band had something to do with it, but how? 

Katherine Maddox, her life irrevocably changed by a disease dubbed The Drop, sets out to find out how and why, to prevent something like The Drop from ever happening again.

©2020 Jacy Morris (P)2020 Jacy Morris

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  • 07-12-2020

Interesting story narrated by a valley girl

It is an unique story in an interesting format. A boy band destroys the world.

It is ruined by the valley-girl millennial narration. I have to listen in waves, as the narration is so grating. Listen to the sample before you commit.

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  • Mr & Mrs Welch
  • 28-08-2021

This could have been great...

But this is one of those unfortunate times when it has to be admitted that the narration completely lets the story down. Jacy Morris' writing is as brilliant as ever, but the narration is so annoying and sounds so inappropriate, it nearly ruins the story. I really can't say much more than that... and that if you want to enjoy this particular novel, and reading the book is an option for you, you should do that instead.

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