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Abraham Ozo
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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "A Day in the Life" by Andrew Masseurs.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Michael woke up to no one in his house, streets, or town. He had been on vacation with his wife and his daughter, Lucy, but when he woke up one morning, he could not find either of them. He went for a jog and did not see anyone in the streets. Everywhere was empty. Where could everyone have gone? What had happened? All these questions pondered his mind, but he could not answer any of them. He is to find out what happened and see if he can find his wife and his daughter. Join him as he survives in this empty world.

This is my first time listening to an audiobook, and I must say I was impressed. The storyline was beautiful. At one point, while reading, I wondered what I would do if I were the last man on earth. I liked the suspense and the action in the audiobook. I applaud the author, Andrew Masseurs, for the storyline, but I must highly praise the narrator, David Piper, for how well he narrates this book. The narrator made this book come alive. He narrated every emotion, action, and tension well, and I could feel all these just from hearing the sound of his voice. I wouldn't have enjoyed this book the way I did without his narration. It was awesome.

The only thing I did not really like was how the book ended. It was filled with a lot of suspense. It left me longing for more. I do hope that there is a sequel to this book, and I hope to listen to it. Aside from the minor dislike, the narration was loud, clear, and fluent. I did not hear any errors during the narration.

I rate this audiobook, A Day in the Life by Andrew Masseurs, 5 out of 5 stars for the reasons listed above. Anyone who loves to read apocalyptic or end-of-the-world-themed novels will enjoy this one.

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Post by Brian Ruguru »

Seems like a captivating storyline. I'd love to know what happened to the world and how Michael survived.
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I'm curious about Michael being the last person in the world, at least apparently, and what happened to everybody else. Thank you for your great review!
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