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Publisher's Summary

Contains books seven to nine in the Purge of Babylon post-apocalyptic series, including The Spears of Laconia, The Horns of Avalon, and the series finale, The Bones of Valhalla. 

The Spears of Laconia: Sometimes, you have to make a stand. Keo has returned, claiming to have information that can turn the tide of war against the ghouls. Lara wants nothing more than to strike back, but she has other problems: Will has yet to make contact, and a team she’s sent on an important mission has gone off the radar. Meanwhile, Texas becomes a battlefield as a new force rises to challenge the rule of the ghouls and their human collaborators. Led by a mysterious leader, this new threat has the firepower to cripple the enemy, but their cure might be worse than the disease. 

The Horns of Avalon: Some things are still worth fighting for. Keo has embraced his old ways and set his sights on a new target - and there is nothing more dangerous than a man with nothing to lose. For Lara and those on the Trident, an encounter with a new group of survivors pulls them even further off course. Meanwhile, the fighting rages in Texas, with Mercer’s kill teams roaming the land and collaborators on war footing. Caught in the middle, Danny, Gaby, and Nate are desperate to reach the coast, but find themselves pawns in a nightmarish game of cat and mouse instead. 

The Bones of Valhalla: For every night, there is a new dawn. Mercer’s army is in disarray, and Danny and Gaby have returned to the Trident with precious cargo. Meanwhile, Keo is a marked man behind enemy lines, and Lara once again finds herself tested as the answer she and the other survivors have been waiting for is finally revealed. In the finale to The Purge of Babylon series, the future of mankind is at stake. Sacrifices will be made and heroes will be forged, and the road to Babylon will be paved with the deeds of the brave...and the Bones of the dead.

©2020 Sam Sisavath (P)2020 Sam Sisavath

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Something different to listen to.

The Zombies in this book are different than the norm which made it interesting.
Narration could have been better. At times not sure who was talking.

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best series yet!

I loved this whe series and the narrator was the best I have heard yet! highly recommend

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  • Matthew
  • 2021-08-01

Fitting End

I hate predictable endings. I hate happily ever after tied up in a bow. Sam Sisavath delivers a fitting crescendo. where he lays out a predictable path, yet keeps you on the edge to the end.

The author did right by story and charecters.

As the last words played I chuckled thinking back to how much Adam Danoff's charecter voices anoyed me. How his introduction of Kao, irritated my senses. Yet, as those last lines were read I thought, he gave each charecter a life and a reality, that I now think of them as separate living people.

5 stars from chapter 1 of poor one, to the final period of book 9.

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  • Maddogrecurve
  • 2021-06-23

wowza

I absolutely loved this whole 9 box series! I am sad that they are done!

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  • Joe
  • 2021-05-05

awesome

can never say enough to people about all of Sam's books. these are just amazing. he ropes you in and you dont want to stop. but you have to, or youll finish it too soon. everything from the plot to the narrative is perfect. if you havent read these. do it. you wont regret it.

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  • 2021-08-09

Great story but

Great story, characters popped but language is tearse. needs G version. but that's just me.