Apocalypse Machine

  • by Jeremy Robinson
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • 10 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The human race started the sixth mass extinction on Earth.
A chain of subglacial volcanoes erupt in Iceland. The melting ice floods the countryside. Poisonous gas descends on Scotland. A tsunami devastates the Norwegian coastline. An ash cloud rises into the atmosphere, blotting out the sun across Europe, ushering in a new Ice Age. Dozens of nuclear power plants, flooded by ocean water, experience meltdowns. Millions perish. Many more are displaced. All on the first day.
On the second day, a series of earthquakes moving in a straight line, reveal the presence of something massive walking across the landscape. Concealed by a thick, radioactive ash cloud, the 'aberration' heads west, toward Russia.
Abraham Wright, a science writer for Modern Scientist, who wants nothing more than to be reunited with his family, finds himself at the center of the United States' response to the crisis. Under his new title as Assistant Science Advisor to the President, Wright is sent to Europe with a team of Army Rangers, where he uncovers the truth about the ancient behemoth laying waste to the world: there have been five mass extinctions on planet Earth, and the aberration has been present at each.
On the third day, the world fights back.
And loses.
Separated from his family by continents and oceans ravaged by countless disasters and populated by strange new life, Wright struggles to survive in an evolving world. Hoping to uncover the key to mankind's redemption, he fights for answers, and to reach his loved ones - before the human race's extinction.
The Apocalypse Machine will finish it.
Jeremy Robinson returns to the Kaiju thriller genre he popularized with the largest Kaiju to ever appear in fiction: the Apocalypse Machine. Bursting with all the epic action, desperate struggle and complex characters that listeners have come to expect, Robinson takes the world to the brink.


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Customer Reviews

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Absolutely awful

Story did not flow well at all. It was jumpy and disjointed and read like it was written by someone in high school not a serious author. Halfway through the book jumps to the future which in itself is fine...but then it jumps to random people with no reasoning clear behind it. The narrator is even worse. Every line is read like a newsreader. Where it starts normal and talk talk talk and then dips low
....every time! It was irritating to listen to. Absolute waste of a credit. Really annoyed also that I can't seem to be able to return it either. Bad bad bad don't waste your time
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- Jodie

My first Kaiju book was a success!

Great set up. Very detailed. Enjoyable and in-depth presented characters. A total surprise for me but a very welcomed one!
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- NormaCenva

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-07-2016
  • Publisher: Breakneck Media