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Nov 12, Elle Klass rated it it was amazing. I love the idea for this series where each seperate book is a different apocalyptic scenario. In this story a massive flood puts the characters into a very wet situation. At times the outcome looks bleak then a character rises up and becomes a hero of sorts. In some situations the characters find the strength to overcome and survive.

Its a fast paced story filled with suspense.

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The writing has solid and reached into the human soul. What people really might be thinking or feeling. The descriptions I love the idea for this series where each seperate book is a different apocalyptic scenario.

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The descriptions were enough for me to envision the situations and feel like I was there yet they weren't so much they took away from the story. Well written, well narrated. The only thing that didn't grasp me was this happening in New Orleans. Maybe because that already happened and its an obvious mark. Its was a fantastic listen either way and I highley reccomend it for anyone who loves disasters, suspense and characters that will return in another scenario!

Sep 08, Chessy The Cat rated it it was amazing. A storm has grown over the Gulf of Mexico and stalled out around New Orleans. Flooding is inevitable the longer the rains pour down. The currents are merciless. People will be trapped, and some will die either from drowning or tragedy bestowed upon them from the relentless torrent. Abrahams third novel in The Alt Apocalypse series, Torrent is his best work to date.

The emotional rollercoaster invoked in this tale punches you in the g A storm has grown over the Gulf of Mexico and stalled out around New Orleans. The emotional rollercoaster invoked in this tale punches you in the gut and then gives you hope. Abrahams experienced the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in that struck Houston. This is a real tear-jerker. The same characters in the first two novels are thrown together again to test their abilities for survival.


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  7. Though each book is a standalone work we are just now discovering the thread that binds them all together. Most definitely 5 out of 5 stars. Different apocalyptic disasters with the same characters in each book. Different characters taking the spotlight trying to survive the current disaster. That's a new take on apocalyptic survival stories that is intriguing to me. Kevin Pierce does a great job with narration. The characters are interesting and sympathetic, if not a little underdeveloped. I kept wanting to know more about these people.

    Just about the time the story seems to pick up speed it was over and I was left wanting more and feeling that the story was incomplete. There's obviously something going on beyond the disasters that these characters in which these characters are involved whether willingly or unwillingly. Nothing is resolved and the story just ends abruptly.

    This is book 3, so maybe I missed something in the first two books in the series. The description said these books could be read in any order, so I wasn't too concerned about starting with book three.

    I'm intrigued enough to read the others in the series, but I have way more questions than answers at this point. At the end of the day the story is okay, but could've been so much better. Unresolved and incomplete. Oct 23, RJ rated it really liked it Shelves: apocalyptic , dystopian , in-itunes , science-fiction , survival. The flood waters were rising higher and faster than Katrina some twenty years ago. Listening to the description of the cold and heavy rain it reminded me of the time my wife and I were caught in a breaking storm in our fishing boat on a lake before we could reach the launch ramp.

    The rain was cold and so heavy that I could not see past the end of the boat. It felt as though I could not get enough air in my lungs. My wife started praying. I throttled back and hoped I was headed in the right direction. Believe me, we were scared out on that water! In Torrent people from all walks of life in various situations struggled with the rising waters; some were not successful.

    Accounts were intense and thought provoking; some heart-warming, others heart-breaking. Kevin Pierce did an excellent job, as usual, bringing that panic to life. This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom. Along with the flotsam that comes along with a major flood. So, kudos to Hristo Kovatliev for this stellar artwork. Together they quest to prevent a war between Zeus and Poseidon. Like many books like The Hunger Games , the Socialist regime employs omnipresent surveillance.

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