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A full year of blood and tears has passed for Adrian Ring. As the dead remain hateful, the living are more desperate than ever: Winter approaches, and supplies are dwindling.
Meanwhile the conflict with the monsters at the factory is reaching a boiling point. But Adrian won't have to fight alone. Kevin and Michelle, his unwitting compatriots in the scheme to save the world, are following signs and portents to make their way to a hero they don't yet know. To meet them Adrian will have to weather treachery, starvation, violent attacks...and, perhaps worst of all, the temptation of an easy way out.
The Trinity, the seventh book of Adrian's Undead Diary, splits the world wide open. The inner workings of good and evil - and what happened on "that day" in Washington, DC - will finally be revealed. The endgame begins.
The Trinity contains Adrian's diary entries from September 2, 2011, to December 22, 2011. It's also the home of the side fictions "White Blood Cell", "The Factory", "Dreams of a Dying Man", "The Road to Bastion", and "A Stranger Among Us".
©2012 Chris Philbrook (P)2015 Chris Philbrook
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5 out of 5 stars
By Annie The Audible Addict!!! on 17-02-2016

LOVED LOVED LOVED IT!!!

What did you love best about The Trinity?

ALL OF IT!

What did you like best about this story?

AND AGAIN...ALL OF IT!!!

Which scene was your favorite?

There were many, but I think when Abby starts reading and writing in Mr Journal was one of my most faves!

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

If I could have, believe me...I would have...lol

Any additional comments?

I LOVE ADRIAN!! And I love this series...I think this was one of the better installments...I hate that Adrian got injured..but it was almost a necessity to this story line....If you have listened to the other books, you have to listen to this one too...Adrian is in a coma for part of this book, but that does not stop him...he still is fighting the good fight from the other side...also the other 2 people that are needed to fight this war show up and its about to go down...I gotta have the last book ASAP!!!

LOVED IT AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!!!

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5 out of 5 stars
By Garry on 28-07-2015

Addicted

What other book might you compare The Trinity to and why?

The remaining by d. J Molles, both are great listens

What about James Foster’s performance did you like?

Excellent in my top five of audio performers

Any additional comments?

I am very much enjoying this series. Some turns I was not sure about but have come to enjoy.
This is different, it is engaging, it is fun.

Having now listened to seven and waiting eight, the writer and narrator combo is brilliant

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5 out of 5 stars
By Alex N. on 26-07-2015

Brilliant continuation to a brilliant story

Loved it, couldn't stop listening! Cannot wait for book 8!

Both the narration and story are top quality! I'd recommend this series to anyone who's bored of your average zombie apocalypse.

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5 out of 5 stars
By peardrop on 18-07-2015

great story

What made the experience of listening to The Trinity the most enjoyable?

never gets boring, easy to relate to as not too far fetched, really looking forward to more!

Have you listened to any of James Foster’s other performances? How does this one compare?

no but I will look for them now

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