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Lycan Fallout 5: Demon Wars

Written by: Mark Tufo
Narrated by: Sean Runnette
Length: 12 hrs and 13 mins
5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Follow along in this explosive conclusion to the Lycan and Demon Fallout series. Angels, demons, lycan, vampires, witches, and one very psychotic clown all battle for Maker’s Earth. Some to destroy it, some to claim it as their own, and still others just to preserve it. Michael Talbot, the master of finding friends in the most unlikely of places, is going to need all the help he can get as he has been singled out to not only be killed but to be erased from the annals of history. Who will come out on top in this no holds bar action packed romp spanning the under, middle, and over worlds?

©2019 Mark Tufo (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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happy , sad, amazing<br />

I love the ending it was truly wonderful, it wasn't put together fast and just get it over with it, had me in tears, and good times. oh and laughing at Mike's humor ya eh, I love the Red witch too, love all the characters,but I can't wait for the adventures of the children, thank you Mr. Tufo.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-01-30

A fitting end.

This story was a explosively wild and twisty ride, one worthy of listening to every series book again to get to. Hoo-Rah

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  • Megan Binger
  • 2019-01-30

Holy Hell

Well once again Mark has done it! There were so many emotions in this book I most of all laughed but I cried, I yelled and I cheered much to the dismay of the house when the dogs began barking when they were trying to sleep. I binged this book only paused it once and that was for like 5 minutes (damn phone). This was an amazing conclusion to the Lycan series (Demon Fallout is included, I call DF Lycan 4.5). Can’t wait to see what the new project mentioned in Mark’s Journal entry! Mark I would give you a huge hug if I could which is much better then the kick to balls I was ready when you know who died...but all is forgiven! Love you can’t wait till the next ❤️

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  • Patrick A.
  • 2019-09-03

well the end made up for most of the rest

the whole time I'm like well Tufo clearly had been watching too much supernatural... I gave up on that show when it went down this same storyline.. a big part of me still wishes I had stopped at LF3 ...

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  • Crystal Sanchez
  • 2019-03-07

Finally over!

I see this book has received really positive reviews. Sadly I disagree. First let me say I started off as a fan of Mark's and read all the books according to the suppose storyline. I even got a few co workers into them. But I guess too much of a good thing is bad after all.

I grew tired of how Tracy and The Red witch are basically the same person. All they do is talk shit to Mike for being Mike. They are not supportive and before someone says they are keeping him in check, no, they just billitering him.

They hated that he was a vampire and made things so much harder not letting him embrace it and it's powers. Like if he couldn't be a good vampire.

Mike and Timothy are basically the same person. One is just the worst side of the other. Listening to the audio book it was so hard to tell the two apart when Tim wasn't being extra. This is more of a audiobook issue but still. Both together was soooooooo much!

The rants they go on was eye roll after eye roll. I am so glad this is over! I personally have a problem with authors who leave their fans in suspense for years and years writing other books but not finishing the original book that made them famous. It's been so long for FZ that I don't even remember what happened.

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  • mark
  • Portland OR
  • 2019-02-28

I can't do it

Sean Runnette kills it as usual. Runnette and Tufu are a formidable team. I am a huge fan of the Zombie series and I have tried to embrace this series, but I cannot. When I purchased book 5 my memory flooded back on just how painful book 4 was. The story is muddy, plodding and convoluted. I do not connect with the characters. There are glimpses of the greatness that is the Zombie series but it is fleeting.
In fairness, this type of sci-fi is usually not my bag and Tufu cemented my opinion on this genre.

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  • BKS
  • 2019-03-25

verbose<br />

The first books of this series were enjoyable but the later books were of an exercise in unneeded verbiage. The narrator was very good he just had to deal with growing mouthy self importance and I'm referring to the authors fall into wasted dialog. Oh yeah and the author needs to study some basic mammalian skeletal structure, kangaroos for instance do not have reverse facing joints.

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  • Jzang
  • 2019-02-03

I give very few 5 stars this is 1

Ok without a doubt This is a five star book. Check my records for great books I give 4 stars. This however knocked it out of the park.

The truth is I have not even finished the last Zombie fallout or the last two shrouded world books. Hell after Demon fall out I didn’t have much interest in the series it’s like he broke something inside of me.

I know I know but I got my little brother in to the series and he encouraged me with out meaning to. So I gave it a shot and I’m glad I did this rekindled my love for Fallout books.

I need to go get caught up on zombie fallout, and Tim 3, and shrouded World Series.


I tried not to give spoilers in here beyond I am glad I listened to this book. While the writing is great it got a 5 star for the way it made me feel just like my other favorite books.

Will it always be a five star? No probably not it can only do so much but it did what a book is meant to do. Show you a different world through someone else’s eyes. So my rating stands this is one of the few 5 star books I have found in my life.

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  • Ryan
  • 2019-11-14

Epic

I have to say that it was a great and a sad ending to the series. I haven’t read zombie fallout but I’m going to after this

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  • Lance Miller
  • 2019-10-29

Wow what a gear book!!

Loved ever bit of it!! Thank you Mark for bring this wonderful world to life.

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  • James
  • Powderly, KY, United States
  • 2019-06-09

Thought it was good till the ending

I enjoyed the book as usual, however, there were some issues I had with the beginning and ending. The first issue is if you didn't listen to the Timothy series or another book, you really miss a lot. Now this seems weird to me since this is the 5th and last book in the Lycan Fallout series. I know many of his stories overlap, but I found this to be shortsighted. Secondly, the ending, SPOILER ALERT^^^^^^^^^^ Tufo went with the Raiders of the Lost Ark ending. In the end the hero lost and God comes in last minute and saves the day. So basically nothing Talbot or anyone else did mattered, and everything is tied up into this nice neat bow. Now to say I did not enjoy the book would be wrong, I did, with the Talbot character and Sean Runnette narration it was enjoyable. Really enjoyed hearing Tufo's personal stories. Just wish the series would have not relied me knowing what happened in 4 other books.

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