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  • Cannibal Country - The Complete Collection: A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

  • By: Tony Urban, Drew Strickland
  • Narrated by: Matthew Crow
  • Length: 19 hrs and 31 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Cannibal Country - The Complete Collection: A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller

By: Tony Urban,Drew Strickland
Narrated by: Matthew Crow
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Summary

The best-selling post-apocalyptic series Cannibal Country is now available in one special complete edition containing all three novels!

After the world has been cast into the darkness of a nuclear winter, a rural Maine family realizes they must leave their home or risk starvation. They're seeking a better life, but find unimaginable horrors on the road. In this epic, blood-soaked saga, there are only two options:

Survive or die trying.

This collection includes the novels:

The Land Darkened
Flesh of the Sons
Valley of Dying Stars

©2020, 2022 Tony Urban (P)2022 Tony Urban

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Not for me

Chose this as it sounded my cup of tea, I stuck with it for 20 chapters. Not very post apocalyptic descriptive, reads more like some bad spaghetti western, I guess that may come later but id struggle to remain awake or interested with the narrators dull tone.
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Post apocalyptic at its finest

What can I say, two of my favourite authors of this genre plus Matthew Crow's brilliant narration. He just adds something to this genre and I just got addicted.

The boy's journey over the three books showed amazing growth. It was good to have all the books in one audio book as you could just carry on and go with the flow.

This was an outstanding contribution to the genre. I was just addicted to find out what happened next. Not for the faint hearted.

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Solid apocalyptic fiction

I do love good apocalyptic fiction and this trilogy ticks many of the boxes of what is best about this genre. Expect the usual archetypes that populate this eschatological brand, the tried and true interactions, the standard dialogue of survivors and the no holds barred violence. But what it lacks in originality it makes up for in solid well written prose. It truly absorbs and envelopes allowing you to really connect with the story. Don't be surprised if you finish this audiobook collection quickly.

Crow's narration is wonderful. The rich timbre of his voice and the crystal quality of the recording brings real depth to the various characters portrayed (Papa in book 2 being my personal favourite).

Over all, if you're a fan of post apocalyptic fiction this trilogy is well worth listening to 👍

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  • Matthew
  • 12-09-22

I wish I could start it over for the first time!

This was seriously one of those series that made me feel sad when it ended. The overall story was very well written and contained both relatable characters that you could love and horrible terrible characters that you could hate. The story wasn’t super predictable. As soon as you thought you knew where it was going, it would throw in a twist. The narration was also well done. If I haven’t already mentioned it, I wish I could start it over again for the first time!

*I received a copy of this series in return for my honest review, and this did not affect my opinion of it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 09-09-22

Really pulled me in!

Great story, narrated well... really enjoyed... if you are a fan of post apocalyptic stories you gotta give this a listen... you get invested in the characters and the story. highly recommend!

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  • Carine Thomas 💗 🎧 📚
  • 13-08-22

Loved it !!!

thoroughly enjoyed the audiobook !!! great narration, gripping and engaging story telling . ..
Highly Recommend !!!

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  • Nicole
  • 02-08-22

Wow!!

This is a great post-apocalyptic read! Full of fast paced adventure and the worst that humans can offer. Great read! I received a free copy and left my honest review

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  • ben
  • 15-12-22

Great Series

Love post apocalyptic, think I’ve run out! This series was just what I was looking for. A beautiful story with beautiful and ugly characters. Did not disappoint. Excellent writing, kept me interested through all the books. Matthew Crow was perfect, as always.

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  • Janet Ventimiglia
  • 07-12-22

Very good

The plot just keeps going. I had no idea what was going to happen. Well worth a credit.

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  • lsbass23
  • 18-10-22

started to get into it

I dont know. maybe because I was waiting on another credit so I bought in. Narrator needs a better 🎤

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  • Melissa and Josh
  • 05-10-22

Great series

The story was really good! I couldn't stand all the foreshadowing though.

I wasn’t sure about the narrator at first. He has a news broadcaster-type voice. But it grew on me.

I hated the ending! The last couple of minutes. I’m assuming Wyatt died but to leave Supper all by himself? That’s cruel!

All the references to Seth being the smarter brother, yeah... I didn't see that. I don’t get how he could be so stupid. Yes, Papa gave him attention and said he would be great, but he also contradicted himself by eating human flesh and by telling Seth how he manipulated his people to get them to do what he wanted. Hello, Seth!?

How did Papa end up obese, and what caused the sores and whatnot? Either way, he reminded me of Marlon Brando from "The Island of Dr. Moreau."

When Wyatt woke up after being unconscious for two months, there was no way in hell he would have been able to jump up because his muscles would have wasted away.

Why after Wyatt kissed Allie were her lips described as being salty?

While some of the death scenes and injuries were extreme (in a good way), some were just over the top. Take that first battle between Seth and Wyatt on the motorbikes and the other fighters, where everyone died all broken and smashed and in pieces.

I get that cannibals are already somewhat coo-coo, to begin with since they eat human flesh, but them running on all fours after being starved? I could see people acting crazy but actually turning into animals within five years... No, wait! It's been less time than that. So a couple of years, maybe, eating human flesh makes them animals? I didn't buy that.

I didn’t understand why everyone was trying to kill Supper, Wyatt, and Franklin. I get Uno. But why the others?

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  • DIANNA
  • 25-08-22

GREAT BOOK SERIES

very good book but was so very sad
.at the end it almost made me cry I so hope that someone would live