Breakwater : The Tide

  • by Anthony Melchiorri
  • Narrated by Ryan Kennard Burke
  • Series: The Tide
  • 9 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Governments across the globe have failed to stop the spread of the Oni Agent. The biological weapon continues to wreak havoc. Those that are infected become abominations known as Skulls, a fate worse than death.
Captain Dominic Holland and Meredith Webb have made it to Fort Detrick. The Army base was once a bastion for America's biodefense. Now, swarms of hungry Skulls prowl outside the walls. With Fort Detrick's resources, Dom and Meredith think they may finally have a chance to slow the spread of the Oni Agent.
But with the United States military in disarray, the situation outside Detrick's walls grows bleaker. More and more civilians succumb to the Skulls - or become them. Dom leads a desperate mission to establish a safe zone for civilians fleeing the nightmarish creatures.
Despite this apocalyptic new world, Dom and the Hunters are determined to succeed. New threats and discoveries challenge them every step of the way. But they soon find potential help from an unlikely source...if they can survive long enough to receive it.


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Customer Reviews

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not a book for me

as it was seconed series i thought id try it but couldnt finish it not a zommbie fan
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- Miss L ttophi

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What did you like most about Breakwater?

the high-paced action driven storyline

Who was your favorite character and why?

the huntress's helicopter pilot, charismatic, brought a ray of controlled humor through the haze of stress, death and destruction

Have you listened to any of Ryan Kennard Burke’s other performances? How does this one compare?

yes, Ryan's performance in this production has been drastically improved from the first book, there was more life, excitement, the characters were more distinguishable, their emotions had feeling and purpose

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

chapter 24 onwards, the assault/rescue of the naval base, there was a noticeable improvement in both the writing, (detail and selection of words) and the narrator's performance, chapter 24 onwards was like a different more improved book.

Any additional comments?

the detail to the bio-medical detail is astounding, it's what makes this series unique and a joy to listen to, also the armoured zombies and the arrival of the bigger and meaner skull.

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- Jon S

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-03-2016
  • Publisher: Anthony Melchiorri