Species: The Great Dying, Book 3

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It all ends here in the thrilling final book of The Great Dying series.

In the aftermath of a global event that kills all birds, fish, livestock, and pets around the globe, residents of a small Vermont town try to survive and make sense of the unexplained event. 

When Travis’ sister goes missing and one of them is gruesomely murdered in the surrounding woods, evidence points to an animal attack, but they no longer exist. 

As suspicion falls on residents, dark secrets are uncovered about the community. 

Species is the third and final explosive book in The Great Dying series by international best-selling author Jack Hunt, who offers a horrifying snapshot of a world unraveled by an extinction event unlike any other.

©2021 Jack Hunt (P)2021 Jack Hunt

1 review for Species: The Great Dying, Book 3

  1. Norma Miles

    “Fight to survive.”
    The final book in the Great Dying series. After the unexplained deaths of all of the world’s birds, fish and animals, both domestic and wild, the population had struggled to survive and order had disintegrated. Now, several years on, a new Sheriff and two police arrived in a small Vermont town to re-establish the law. But it won’t be easy, as townsfolk go missing and wild theories emerge – like there just might still be bears in the countryside.

    Jack Hill writes with an immediacy which draws in the reader quickly and the good characterization builds an empathy which ensures the desire to continue. This world post apocalyptic world without animals is not a nice place.. As the new Sheriff is told, “There’s a strong chance you will die within the first six months.”

    Narration by Miles Meill is excellent, with perfect pacing, understanding of the text obvious in his delivery and individual voicing for each of the protagonists. A fine performance which really enhances enjoyment of the book.

    My thanks to the rights holder who freely made available a complimentary copy on request from Audiobooks Unleashed. Whilst it is definitely better to have read the previous books in this series, Species could still be read as a stand alone

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