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The City at World's End

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Mark Nelson

7 Hours 8 Minutes

LibriVox

January 2011

Audio Book Summary

A surprise nuclear war may cause the End of the World, but not the way anyone could have imagined. A classic science fiction tale from Galaxy Magazine.

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  • Anonymous

    Very good book, excellent narrator. I’m actually very surprised no one has made this into a movie yet. This is exactly how an audiobook should be!

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  • Anonymous

    Fantastic narrator really brings the characters and story to life thoroughly enjoyed it the chapters just flew by

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  • Anonymous

    Really enjoyable listening, great concept and good narration!!

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  • WR K.

    LOVED IT! What a fantastic tale!

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  • Jade Grace W.

    What a fantastic classic sci-fi. Loved it from start to finish and Nelson had a fantastic voice. Great!

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  • Luke S.

    I loved this free listen! Through the narrator's voice and the author's carefully chosen words I felt the pain, fear, and eventual triumph of the people of Middletown.

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  • Daniel M.

    Great story. Great narration. Wish it was longer.

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  • Kelly D.

    Really enjoyed this book, slow to start and typically sexist for the era. Liked the narrator, perfect voice for the era. All in all a good book.

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  • Richard C.

    Enjoyable as 1950’s sci-fi, holds up nicely today. When I hear words like vacuum tubes and relays, it really shows the time it was written in.

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  • Ken B.

    love the narration. and yes this book should be made into a movie. I love how narrator brought the characters to life.

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