Contracted by an apocalypse prepper group to investigate a series of seemingly disconnected global tragedies, a young medical investigative reporter, Angelique de l'Enfantine, uncovers a disturbing pattern to the tragedies. Are they harbingers of an impending biblical catastrophe? Or practice runs by a fanatical organization bent on global annihilation?
Requiring no more than the slightest skin-to-skin contact, the Flense spread across the globe with ruthless speed and stealth, decimating mankind in days. The infected, ruthless creatures called Wraiths, destroy anyone and anything in their path. Secure inside 10 isolated bunkers are humanity's tattered remains, each working tirelessly to unravel the mystery of the scourge. But the bunkers were never meant to protect forever. In fact, they were never meant to protect at all.
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By Rayc on 23-08-2017
What did you love best about The Flense: China, Book 3?
The detail and the twists in the tales. There are lots of questions to be answered later in the series.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Chung - because he is a mystery.
What three words best describe Doug Greene’s performance?
Doesn't add anything!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
not one Many!
Any additional comments?
I received a free copy of this book and I voluntarily left this review.
By Betababe on 06-08-2017
Girl on the Run
Continuing the suspense, the first "cycle" in this 12-part serial, "China," completes in this episode. Like life, there are loads of loose ends, but if one reads no further he is not left on the edge of a cliff. The very nature of the story prevents full resolution and leaves your conspiracy sensors on high alert. (Is it really paranoia if some IS trying to kill you?)
I was only able to listen [AUDIO] on the open road as too much concentration was required for traffic (read that either way--you'd best be paying attention to where you are in traffic!) but the excellent narration has been consistent. Don't bother to start here--this is not designed nor intended to be standalone.