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Publisher's Summary

The first three books in the Traveler series in one bundle!

Book One: Home

He thought he was prepared. He thought his family was safe. He was wrong.

Five years after a pneumonic plague killed two-thirds of the world’s population, army veteran Marcus Battle is isolated. He’s alone with his guns, his food, and the graves of his wife and child. 

Unaware of the chaos that’s befallen everything outside of his central Texas ranch land, Marcus lives a Spartan life. If anyone steps onto his property he shoots first and never ask questions. 

But when a woman in distress, chased by marauders, seeks asylum, Marcus has a decision to make. 

Does he throw her to the wolves to protect himself, or does he help her and leave the shelter and protection of home?

Book Two: Canyon

He’s homeless. He’s on the run. and he wants revenge. 

Marcus Battle has left behind his home. 

Now he’s on a seemingly impossible mission to find a missing child. But can he balance that responsibility with his deep, primal desire to exact revenge on the men who destroyed his solitary existence? 

The world he discovers on his journey isn’t the one he remembers before a pneumonic plague called the Scourge killed two-thirds of the world’s population. It is lawless, depraved, and far deadlier than the disease which created it. 

Battle made a promise to find that child. It’s a promise he regrets more acutely with every step of the journey where he is as much the hunter as he is the hunted. 

Book Three: Wall

He survived the scourge. He escaped the cartel. Now he faces the wall. 

In the chaos of a global plague, evil took hold. Governments fell, the good became servants, and the Cartel rose to power. 

A wall was built to contain the wasteland and keep the evil at bay. Now an organized resistance wants change. They're willing to fight for it and they've asked Marcus Battle to help. 

The last thing Battle wants is another war. But if that's what it takes to gain freedom and safe passage to the other side of the wall, he'll take aim and fire.

©2019 Piton Press LLC (P)2019 Piton Press LLC

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Post-apocalyptic novels tend to have one of a couple of flavours: the isolated but highly trained army/marine/Delta force/SEAL that strikes out on his own to “make things right” (usually with a chip on his shoulder from a near-perfect wife dying or disappearing), or they follow a religious bent or they try do none of this and incorporate regular folk that just happen to be preppers or have some sort of specialized knowledge that coincidentally helps them survive when everything goes to hell.

This novel, unfortunately, has the emotionally wounded military guy with generous dollops of religion routinely thrown in, just so you don’t forget that God is still around. It’s off-putting. I do not need or want a religious lecture while listening to a novel.

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Although the story is a bit predictable, the three books were still very entertaining. Worth listening to.

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Decent listen all around.

Something a little different for apocalypse junkies like myself. Narration and story kept me involved!

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Uncanny how similar the story is to current events

Great series with any Uncanny resemblance to current times. The Scurge is bad but people are worse. The character development is beautiful and well paced. Battle is a one man army and it was very pleasing to see his response to every obstacle in his way. Definietly would recommend

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great performance - okay story

I was looking for a dystopian book and this seemed to fit the needs - and largely it didn't disappoint. The environments were well managed and the main characters reasonably well developed - but there was something lacking in the development of the secondary characters. For the length of this trilogy, I believe it would have been a good investment of story time to build depth in the secondary narratives and better support the multiple storylines. All in all I definitely have no regrets about the choice and would seek more books by this author in the future.

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a great series!

loved it! another home run series, well worth the listen! definitely a series to hold your attention.

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  • Margaret
  • 2019-04-12

Scary possibilities

These are the fourth to sixth books I’ve read/listened to by this author and these did not disappoint. I got these purely because I enjoyed the previous books so much. His Alt Apocalypse Series is wonderful. He has a great knack for writing believable scenarios and characters.
This trilogy follows Marcus Battle. Alone on his ranch, he’s unaware of what has happened to the rest of the country since he kills anyone who steps on his land. Finally, his survival instincts take a back seat as he allows a woman (being pursued by killers) to not only live, but he helps her. His solitude is no longer a secret, and the men who were chasing this woman belonged to the cartel that runs this section of the former USA. They’re not happy he’s avoided their notice. Add to that, he agrees to help find this woman’s son who has been captured by the cartel. Leaving his land for the first time in many years, he runs into more than just the cartel. They’re not the only ones attempting to control this area. Then there’s the wall. What and who is on the other side? Is it better or worse?

This is the ninth book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Kevin Pierce ) and I would gladly listen to another. His tone, cadence and style lends perfectly to the post apocalyptic tales. I’ve enjoyed every book I’ve listened to by him. He gives each character a personality and does female voices well.

There are no explicit sex scenes, excessive violence or excessive swearing. This version of society is too close to being possible. Scary.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.
Please feel free to comment on whether you found my review helpful.

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  • A Renee Mathews
  • 2019-08-03

Could not finish the first book in the series

Ugh. What can I say? Did not see anything remarkable about it or new. It is similar to The Mountain Man by Keith Blackmore, which I did enjoy, but with nothing positive to add. A post-apocalyptic America, a prepper in his secluded cabin, bad guys wanting it all, etc. I could have continued listening, but got exhausted from the CONSTANT nauseating biblical nonsense. That really got ridiculous, but when the "Make America Great Again" part came I just could not do it anymore. Good narration by Mr. Pierce.

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  • Horse
  • 2019-09-10

Prayer dystopian end of world

To much falling to knees right off the bat!
If you’ve read sm sterling etc this is very slow and juvenile
Religious prepper bible
Bon Chance

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  • Queenbee53
  • 2019-04-13

new fan

loved it and hated to finish! I'm. searching for more of his books. I was pleasantly surprised to hear the narrator from one my other favorite series "Seven Cows"

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  • Karl hill
  • 2019-04-22

So Glad I Gave This Book a Chance!

I have enjoyed some YA dystopian books before, and so I thought I would give an adult dystopian book a shot.

The story is non stop action from the first sentence to the very last. You feel like one of the characters in the story. You are constantly on the move from the mafia that now controls what used to be the United States. The story line is realistic, the plot is captivating, and the characters are well thought out. I liked that there were no crazy sex scenes, extreme goriness, or awful language. I enjoyed each book more then the one previous to it, and they are all fantastic.

Kevin Pierce does an amazing job and is consistent from book to book. His voice is perfect for dystopian novels. I would listen to a book again just because of his voice. Each character has a distinct voice and he does do a female voice well.

I received this audiobook at my request, and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Dana
  • 2019-05-06

Surprisingly Good ;)

I normally don't like books that are set in the future. And I honestly only kept it and listened to it because I love the narrator. I am so glad I did! the series is really good. I enjoyed it in its entirety and hope the story continues. Well done!

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  • lion eagle
  • 2019-05-09

interesting plot twist

good listen, great story. keep you guessing with story development. Definatly worth a listen - enjoy!

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  • Cycletrash56
  • 2019-05-04

Great Series and Great Narration

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This review is for the audio copy of The Traveler Series: A Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Adventure: Books 1-3, by Tom Abrahams and narrated by Kevin Pierce. I had read this series on Kindle when it first came out. When this opportunity came up I jumped on it and was very glad I did. It is different hearing someone narrate a story you have read yourself. I like the way I visualize it differently based on that. In fact, I enjoyed the audible version, thanks to Kevin Pierce’s narration, much better. I will now have to purchase and listen to books 4-6…Great job Tom and Kevin! Please keep up the good work!

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  • M.T
  • 2021-07-29

Returned

I couldn’t even get through half of book one before I returned. Way too much religious propaganda.

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  • Shawn
  • 2020-10-16

Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian, and Religion.

The bases of the book is good and feels like most in this genre.
The issue I have is they should also state it is religious.
The underlying story of this book is based on religion and should state that for people thinking about buying.
I’m not against religion, I just want to be able to chose what I listen to.

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