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  • Lost Angel

  • A Wasteland Chronicles Prequel
  • Written by: Kyle West
  • Narrated by: Brogan Werder
  • Length: 8 hrs and 56 mins

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Lost Angel

Written by: Kyle West
Narrated by: Brogan Werder
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Publisher's Summary

When Makara Angel winds up in post-apocalyptic LA, she  was looking for a home, not trouble. Now Makara finds herself in the middle of a gang war, fighting for survival in LA's decaying streets.

Even after she falls in with the Lost Angels and their charismatic leader, safety is no guarantee. The Black Reapers are ramping up their aggression against the Angels, and Makara finds herself in the crossfire.

It's a battle to the death, and whatever gang survives will rule the ruins of the City of Angels. Can Makara carve out a new life here, or will the Reapers snuff out her second chance for good?

©2020 Kyle West (P)2020 Kyle West

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  • Stephanie Ham
  • 2022-10-08


I really enjoyed this series. lots of emotions. really good. I felt like I could picture and feel along with the story.

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  • gardener97
  • 2021-02-21

Werder’s child’s voice like screeching razor blades!

The story is good. Solid. Full of interesting people but my goodness, every time that child Makara makes an appearance, I have to quickly turn down the sound. When the child is really happy or really scared, it’s like screeching, high pitched razor blades slicing through my brain. So disturbing! Why Werder thinks ANY child sounds like this I just dunno. I’ll give it a little longer but will probably do a swap on this one. Just awful and you cannot predict when the child - a MAIN character- will appear — but it’s too often for me.