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Thermals of Time

By: Marcus Lynn Dean
Narrated by: Talon David
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©2019, 2020, 2021 Marcus Lynn Dean (P)2022 Marcus Lynn Dean

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  • 09-04-23

Could not finish it, ridiculous story line.

This has to be the one of the least intelligent stories addressing a post apoc world I have ever read. The first chapters showed a bit of promise, the narrator did a decent job, but as the storyline unfolded, it went downhill fast. I forced myself to continue for a while and made it through the first two books of the trilogy, with considerable eye-rolling and fast-forwarding through sections, before deleting it in disgust.
The premise? A plague takes out most of humanity, and most of its tech infrastructure crumbles, yet solar power components are fine, for the most part. Climate change is assumed to be the culprit. White supremacists supposedly survived and have a plot to repopulate the earth with slaves. The few people remaining seem to be mostly women, with a few men attempting to get them all impregnated for the future of the species, but babies die shortly after being born.
I was continually experiencing 'cringe' moments as we listened. Just a badly written, implausible story, with classist, racist, and sexual themes woven throughout.