Nemesis : Arisen

  • by Michael Stephen Fuchs
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • Series: Arisen
  • 13 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Between the fall of man and the arrival of the JFK, the Horn of Africa is a battleground.
Salvation. Vengeance. Vanity.
Nemesis can be listened to as a standalone novel, as an intro to the series, or at any point alongside the main series.

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action packed throughout

loved this can't wait for the next instalment. cleverly tied into the previous story .
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- Amazon Customer

Does My Badass Look Big In This?

Fast, intense and explosive on a grand scale. Quite how Michael Stephen Fuchs does it I am really not too sure. I’m just glad that he does. Few other authors manage to keep up such a high action to content ratio and keep you hooked on how his various super-strong operators manage to push through impossible situations one after the other. For sustained excitement and tension I am not sure I have found a series that beats this one.

The narration? R.C. Bray doing the Arisen series. This narrator, within this genre, is about as good as it gets.

So when should you read this one? The publisher says “any time” and you definitely could if you wanted to. However, while it’s described as a prequel it’s a story that runs alongside the main series. There are a few spoilers (though not much to those familiar with the genre) and so I’d say that as things stand in published audiobooks there is an “ideal” reading order if I’m being picky.

You definitely should go for book 0.5 Genesis before this one but that can come before or at any time during the main series. I would read the main series up to Book 8, Empire of the Dead also before this one. It should fall together nicely this way. That’s being picky but I think it would work best that way as some of the ways the zombies and their behaviour evolve throughout the main series is summarised in this one and the two stories do point towards each other at the very end.

Whatever way you do it, if you like one you’ll like the rest. Excepting a possible slight slump in book 7 this has been an incredibly fast-paced, intense and enjoyable series and I see no reason why it couldn’t continue to be so.
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- Simon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-06-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing