Culdesac (audiobook)

A Novella from the World of Mort(e)

The War with No Name Series, book 2

3.2 hrs • 3 CDs• 1 MP3 CD • Unabridged
Fiction/Fantasy
Target Audience: Adult
Release Date: 11/15/16
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Summary

The war with no name rages on, setting the world on fire. Humanity faces extinction at the hands of the Colony, a race of intelligent ants seeking to overthrow the humans and establish a new order. To achieve this, the ants use their strange technology to transform the surface animals into highly evolved killing machines who rise up and murder their oppressors.

The bobcat Culdesac is among the fiercest warriors that the Colony’s experiment has produced. Driven by revenge, and notorious for his ability to hunt humans in the wild, Culdesac is the perfect leader of the Red Sphinx, an elite unit of feline assassins. With the humans in retreat, the Red Sphinx seizes control of the remote village of Milton. But holding the town soon becomes a bitter struggle of wills. While the humans threaten a massive counterattack, the townsfolk protect a dark secret that could tip the balance of the war. For the sadistic Culdesac, violence is the answer to everything. But this time, he’ll need more than his claws and his guns, for what he discovers in Milton will upend everything he believes, everything he fought for, and everything he left behind.

Relentless, bloody, and unforgiving, Culdesac is the story of an antihero with no soul to lose, carving a path of destruction that consumes the innocent and the guilty alike.

Review Quotes

“Have you ever wondered what might happen if you raised animal intelligence, stood them up, and made them human-sized? Repino has an intriguing answer.”

Steve Perry, New York Times bestselling author

“Entertaining.”

Missourian

“Repino imbues a startling sense of realism to a story about an intelligent cat’s desire to wipe out humanity; Culdesac’s story is not only tense and violent, but oddly emotional and touching.”

Tor.com

“The ideas of instinct, intellect, and belief come into play in a postapocalyptic…This mix of George Orwell’s Animal Farm and dystopian sf creates an unusual and unforgettable read.”

Library Journal

“Returning to his subversive world of sentient animals, Repino makes you wonder why you’d read books with human characters.”

Ryan Britt, author of Luke Skywalker Can’t Read