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By Mike Naka on 12-11-13
good end to the series
Would you try another book from Tom Calen and/or Scott Aiello?
yes, the author's storytelling is pretty good but rushed at times. i really enjoyed scott aiello's narration. he has a familiar, warm voice that lulls you easily into the story.
Any additional comments?
three weeks have passed since the end of book 2. in texas, paul, hicks, and dereck are trying to figure out what to do about the hoard- the 200+ survivors they now find themselves in charge of after overthrowing the previous leadership. paul wants to lead them to one of the designated rendezvous points so that people can decide whether they want to go to new cuba or stay on the u.s. mainland and continue to look for survivors. as they debate the future of the hoard, a series of high-pitched screams rattles the camp. paul, hicks, and dereck rush through the camp to find the source of the screams. when they arrive at the right tent, they learn that a till has managed to sneak into the camp and into the girl's tent. however instead of attacking the little girl, the till mysteriously flees. un-nerved by the till's actions, paul reluctantly allows hicks and dereck to track the till in order to find out if there are more tills around and why the tills' behavior seems to be changing. what they discover will have serious repercussions for the entire hoard.
elsewhere at fort polk in louisiana, mike, michele, lisa, eric, and matt have disposed of the tills that attacked the base. mike, eric, and lisa are determined to find paul and tell him the truth about the conspiracy. against mike's wishes, michele and matt head back to new cuba in an attempt to retrieve more arc (acoustic restraint and coercion) devices in order to be able to fight the tills. michele also wants to confront duncan, the leader of the gov't council in new cuba, about his role in creating the tillian virus and causing the current apocylapse.
the final book in this series nicely brings together and wraps up all the different storylines. if you've listened to the first 2 books, then i think you'll like how the stories converge and finally end. imho, it was a satisfying ending to a pretty good series.
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By The Lone Mopper on 25-10-14
If you could sum up The Tilian Cure in three words, what would they be?
great way to end
Which character – as performed by Scott Aiello – was your favorite?
Any additional comments?
After a rough start, in listening, to book 1 this final book closes the story out really well. I would definitely recommend listening to the first 2 books before starting this one.