Summary

After an alien invasion devastates humanity, a battered group of survivors huddles in a remote outpost, fighting to endure in a now-hostile world. Resources are dwindling, and internal power struggles threaten to tear apart the fragile last vestige of human society.
Emily Baxter remains haunted by vivid dreams of Earth's new masters. With these nightmares comes concern for her son, Adam, the posthuman world's firstborn child - a child who is ominously marked with red-flecked eyes. While Emily's husband is off on a dangerous mission, she is accused of committing an unthinkable crime and resolves to clear her name by journeying, along with her stepdaughter and their dog, Thor, into the alien wilderness that was once Earth.
All around Emily lurk mysterious new dangers that threaten her and her companions at every turn. Are these perils the final stages of an apocalyptic invasion or the harbinger of something even worse yet to come?
©2015 Paul Antony Jones (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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5 out of 5 stars
By cat on 18-06-18

Brilliant

What a fantastic story, a real roller coaster, couldn't stop listening. Superb story descriptions that easily and vividly illustrate your imagination whilst reading. Can't wait for book 5

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5 out of 5 stars
By Fleetwoodboy on 03-05-17

Baby love

The last. Ok I read in this series must have been a year ago and I thought the series fabulous reading then. I've had Genesis in my library some time and somehow not listened / read the book. What a mistake. Fabulously exciting , a complete page turner one of the best post apocalyptic series I've come across . A Must Read ( the whole series )

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 25-03-16

WTF happened?

I found the first three books enjoyable, but honestly could not finish this one. I think it was because of the narration. The narrator did a great job on the first three books, but for some reason the narrator felt the need to be overly dramatic on this one. I found it so annoying I just couldn't finish.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Arsenio Martins on 24-04-16

Sounds like Captain Kirk is reading

Before posting this review I actually read some other reviews to confirm my issues. The narrator in this book is HORRIBLE! It's almost how Captain Kirk is dramatic with the trailing words in a sentence. Also she stretches the pronunciation of the last word of the sentence. Imagine a narrator saying "You're crazy" and she reads it as "You're crazeee-uh" the uh being an abrupt stop to the stretched out pronunciation. It's like a mutation of a over exaggerated combo of Captain Kirk and that old cartoon mobster that says "listen here seeeee!". Really had to force myself to finish this. If someone told her to read this way they should be forced to listen to this book in slow motion at least a 100 times as punishment.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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