Audiobook Review: Ark of the Apocalypse

Title: Ark of the Apocalypse

Author: Tobin Marks

Release Date: March 10th, 2021

Page Count: 430

Format: Paperback/Audiobook

Start Date: November 14th, 2022

Finish Date: December 12th, 2022



Story: I’d didn’t expect this book to be as intense as it was. It’s definitely one of those books that has a slow burn, but really hits you and sticks with you. It’s told through a vast number of years. A before the end of the world as we know it and an after. There were time periods that I felt I could have read a little more about. Especially the part isn’t he 1940s. That’s more of a personal preference not something that ruins the story for me.

Characters: I’m struggling to remember the characters names at the moment. There were quite a few of them. Some I liked more than others. As we all do with books. There was one that had visions that nobody listened to because they thought she was crazy. She was my favorite. Also, people really should have listened to her. Just saying.

Critiques: None that I can think of.

Narration: I’m excited to say that I’m actually familiar with this author from a previous book series that I read. He’s so amazing. He adds flare and sophistication to everything he reads.

Final Thoughts: I enjoyed this book a lot more than I thought I was going to. I can say that my thoughts on the book were not anywhere close to what the book actually wound up being about.  I saw the cover and immediately had some Game of Thrones vibes. Which is kind of similar. People stabbing each other in the back and what have you definitely happens, but it’s not accurate to the whole picture of the story. They cover is gorgeous. This story was fantastic. I absolutely can’t wait to read the rest of the series.

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