Former special ops and survivalist Simon Redfall has lost everything: his wife, his fortune, and his future. Despite being hunted by angry mobs and his own bankrupt government, Simon arrives in Washington, DC, to attend the first ever pay-per-view execution of someone he loves.
Then red storm clouds appear and begin to spread their potentially toxic rain across the planet. The mysterious weather phenomenon grounds all travelers, knocks out communications, and threatens to take down the grid, sending civilization back to the Stone Age.
As society tumbles into chaos, Simon joins a group of like-minded preppers to unlock the secrets behind a terrifying global conspiracy. What he and his band of freedom fighters soon learn will put their lives - and the lives of everyone else on the planet - at risk.
For humanity, time is running out.... When the red rain stops falling, it will be too late to stop what's coming next.
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By Mark Mc on 29-03-16
Great start to a new series
Redfall is the first installment of what should be a great new series. I am a big fan of the apocalypse/society breakdown/zombie stories, and this fits right into that genre. The story takes place in a future where the world has transformed into a more dangerous place. Government corruption and additional controls are working to clamp down freedom in this new world.
Jay Falconer did a wonderful job painting the picture in this future landscape. He gives a great twist to future society without going off the deep end and making it completely evil and dark. The plot of book one revolves around some new technology that is unleashed, and Jay does good job explaining it in a believable way.
The characters are well developed and behave in a very believable manner.
Gary Tiedmann (Narrator) does a very solid job. I enjoyed the way he changed his pitch and tone between characters so that you easily understand who is speaking.
Overall I really enjoyed this book and am excited to listen to book 2.
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By Gary H on 28-03-16
Sad, gripping, and exciting.
This is a very interesting book and it is hard to describe. It's hard to classify this book because I could almost see a lot of these things happening from this book - like public executions on pay-per-view. If you like adventure, conspiracy, special-ops, mystery, and so on, this book may be your book. I honestly had difficulty pausing and going to sleep. This is a very good start to a series and if the other ones are even half as good, they would be worth listening to the end.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. However, the book is actually better than the introduction and I loved listening to it.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful