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  • The Price of Freedom

  • The Fallen World, Book 4
  • By: Chris Kennedy
  • Narrated by: Mark Boyett
  • Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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The Price of Freedom

By: Chris Kennedy
Narrated by: Mark Boyett
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Summary

Freedom isn’t free. Especially when The Company has a hold on your mind.

It was a normal Sunday morning at Teledyne Industries. Until the missiles started flying, and Joe Rinardi had 10 minutes to get out of the nuclear blast zone.

A Teledyne specialist, he was one of the best, and equally adept at escape and evasion as he was at killing obsidian agents. When the bombs started dropping, though, he was given one final mission that he had to complete: travel to Philadelphia and kill the obsidian managers that Teledyne ran out of missiles for. After that, he could be free.

But in a post-apocalyptic world, traveling across country is a little more challenging than just going to the nearest airport and hopping a jet from Portland to Philly. Rinardi will have to figure out how to arm himself and go across the continent in a terrifying new world. Cannibals, geno freaks, and the only specialist to ever beat him stand in his way.

He’s never failed to complete a mission in his career, though, and his freedom rides on the successful completion of this one. Can Rinardi overcome the obstacles in his path, or will he become just another casualty of this fallen world?

©2019 Chris Kennedy (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Not much happens apart from fight run fight run. Not one of the good ones

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  • Wolf
  • 14-05-21

$$$

Hmmm, this book & the next one are good books. Absolutely enjoyed both. Unfortunately, the author has gone down the greedy road. This book is 1 credit or more than $20.00 & under 8 hours. The next book is 1 credit or more than $20.00 & under 8 hours. These 2 books should have been combined. I do have 1 major gripe. At the end of every chapter, the author writes a cheesy sentence that always includes “in this fallen world “. The reader usually slows & individually enunciates each word with a deeper voice, like....”In..This..Fallen..World....
If the author was in front of me I would probably throw my phone at him.

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  • GigiD.
  • 07-04-21

Amazing Series

Want Need Must Have MORE
I just finished book 8 and sadly, that is where the audible versions end. there are at least 5 more books.
I like how they are all intertwined throughout the cities, some overlap but not much.
I def have favorite carachters of the 8 I have listened to and hope they show up in the next books

Most dystopian books are about zombies or aliens but it was cool to listen to a book about a tech future

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  • chrissandra
  • 04-01-22

Way too many plots

This is one story that's completely jumbled all over the all over the Western hemisphere making no progress.

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 26-04-21

Complicated protaganist.

You can just feel his moral ambiguity. I couldn't decide whether to wholehearted root for him, then the story ends
and i realized I was right to have reservations.
Well done Chris!

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  • Josh
  • 29-01-21

Digging this series a lot

As long as you ignore the trite “in the fallen world” and similar inserts, this whole series is ridiculously good. Like, really good. And I have never liked post-apocalyptic genre books before.

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  • Richard Moores
  • 22-12-20

Great tale of this Fallen World

A wonderful story that follows an agent fighting to fulfill his last mission while the world crumbles. A fun, excellent adventure through a hellish post-apocalyptic landscape through the eyes of a badass and wise-ass character you will love from the start.

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  • Marie Sullivan
  • 27-04-22

attention grabber from the beginning

this story grabbed my attention immediately and kept it the whole time. In other stories I usually drift off and my mind starts thinking about other stuff and then a few moments later I have to rewind a minute or two because I realized I had no clue what was going on. Not once during this story did I have to rewind due to mind wandering. great job to both Chris Kennedy and Mark Boyett

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  • Roland
  • 26-03-22

Acceptable but could be better

Astonishing number of 51-small chapters, all ending with the same phrase. Its excessive use is simply to much and over the top. The story is entertaining and therefore acceptable, but could have been better, in this fallen world ...

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  • Joe mazza
  • 13-09-21

not as good as first 3

as always the performance is awesome Mark Boyett is amazing. This storyline seemed to be reaching a little repetitive for the most part.