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The End of October audiobook

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Review #1

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I was hesitant with this book to begin with. It deals with a pandemic centered in Mekkah amongst muslims and Arabs. But having lived for a dozen years in Saudi Arabia I thought I would give it a shot. Should have stuck with my hesitation.

First I’ll be on record that I DNFd this book. I tried to push through but it was a bit too much for me. Being house bound in a pandemic at the moment I’d rather spend my time reading books that I enjoy. Rather than reading one that offends me any time it deals with Muslims. Which is a lot.

Stereotypes abound in this book. Women who cover are radicals, not that their behavior warrants that label just thr cloth on her head. Saudis insult non muslim colleagues by referring to them as infidel so flippantly. It’s an unfortunate dialogue in media that presents Muslim characters. Its tiring and not worthy of my time.

Did the author have a good premise ? Sure it was interesting and could have went somewhere. Even if I ignored all the slights against muslims, the pacing was weird. There was unneeded medical banter that added nothing to the story, in fact it just slowed the pace down and was boring. But again I couldn’t get through it.

Review #2

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can’t put it down. ignore the Vine review and buy this. eerily accurate to our current state of affairs.

Review #3

Audiobook The End of October by Lawrence Wright

A fascinating story for our stay-at-home times with many characters who are health care providers and researchers. The added plus is that Im learning more about corona viruses. (For example, I had to Google the difference between RNA and DNA viruses when Wright alludes to them.) The acknowledgments section gives me confidence in the general accuracy of the medical information. Id definitely recommend this timely novel.

Review #4

Audio The End of October narrated by Mark Bramhall

I’ve always read about diseases and pandemics, historical and fictional. This seems like the best of both worlds, informative with a good narrative arc. During this current pandemic, I’ve read a number of disease novels I’ve skipped over in the past, as it turns out, for good reason. This is a good one, no zombies, just real possibilities

Review #5

Free audio The End of October – in the audio player below

Engaging and a bit terrifying to read in the midst of a pandemic eerily similar to the one in the plot. The book goes well beyond what the world is currently dealing with. Hard to put this down; I read it in one day the first day it was published. Ends with an amazing twist on the very last page.
Read it if you dare. Or, if you don’t want to be afraid for the future of humanity, you might want to wait to read this until about 2022… assuming we make it that far.

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