The Day after Oblivion

Written by:
Tim Washburn
Narrated by:
Joe Barrett

Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
68
Narrator
24
Release Date
January 2018
Duration
12 hours 15 minutes
Summary
AND SO IT BEGINS . . .
In the United States, the Department of Defense and the NSA computer networks have been hacked. A nuclear-armed CIA drone has lost all flight control. North Korea . . . Iran . . . Russia . . . and soon the gates of Hell will open.

DEFCON 1-FULL SCALE NUCLEAR WAR
Humanity's most terrifying nightmare has become reality. Bombs are detonated, missiles are launched, counterstrikes are ordered, and within minutes, untold thousands of megatons have left countless millions dead or dying. Devastation of biblical proportions has fallen over the land . . . and the USA has been hit the hardest.

NOW THE SURVIVORS ARE ON THEIR OWN . . .
The death toll is incalculable. Following the devastation, there is no law, no power, no communication. But there are survivors. And now the real battle begins, on the ground, hand to hand, person to person. Can those who remain survive long enough to rebuild a world . . . or will it just take a little longer for them to die?
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Anonymous

This is a great story that kept me interested the entire book. The details were very well-researched, the storyline well-organized, and the action flowed smoothly.

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Fred Saleeby

nicely done

Narration wasn’t right. Too matter of fact. Not a lot of emotion.

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Joshua Bacon

I really enjoyed this book!

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Jill F.

The book was entertaining but I would have liked to know more about “why” (buildup) the “nuking” happened, what happened to the US government, and not such an abrupt ending. It seemed like an odd ending. I enjoyed the narrator but his voice trailed off often so it made it challenging to follow at times.

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John V.

Will listen to more of this author

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Becky K.

This is a great book it’s like the walking dead with out the zombies. I really enjoyed it and I with there was another one afterwards.

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Nancy B.

"The Day After Oblivion" had me hooked at the first few sentences. I enjoyed it through the end. After it ended I wandered around the house wondering what happened next to the characters.

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Canuck G.

The book itself was a great read. It's the producer I take issue with. In every single instance when referring to the Wind "Turbine" they are trying to get power from, the narrator said 'wind turban" instead of "wind turbine." Other than that, the narrator did well.

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