General Information
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 Title:                  Fail State: An Audible Original: End of Days, Book 2
 Author:                 John Birmingham
 Read By:                Rupert Degas
 Copyright:              2019
 Audiobook Copyright:    2019
 Genre:                  Audiobook > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
 Publisher:              Audible Originals
 Duration:               9 hours, 28 minutes, 26 seconds
 Chapters:               33
 ASIN:                   B081QMZ8YZ


Media Information
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 Source Format:          Audible AAX
 Source Sample Rate:     44100 Hz
 Source Channels:        2
 Source Bitrate:         126 kbits

 Lossless Encode:        Yes
 Encoded Codec:          AAC / M4B
 Encoded Sample Rate:    44100 Hz
 Encoded Channels:       2
 Encoded Bitrate:        126 kbits

 Ripper:                 inAudible 1.97


Book Description
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On Zero Day of the first and last cyberwar in human history the internet went dark, transport and power grids collapsed and cities began to starve. Ten days later millions have died from thirst and starvation, from violence and from the simple failure of the worldÆs machines to keep them alive.   

This second installment of John BirminghamÆs End of Days trilogy finds James OÆDonnell and his friends Rick, Michelle and Melissa hunkered down in the wilderness, where they know a horde of starving, desperate exiles from the graveyard of the US East Coast is heading their way.  

On the far side of the continent, in the Pacific Northwest, Jonas Murdoch helps lead the good folk of Silverton in defending themselves from waves of starving and desperate refugees pouring out of Seattle.   

And slowly, cautiously navigating the inland waterways of California, Jodi Sarjanan and Ellie Jabbarah negotiate an apocalyptic landscape of burning skyscrapers and marauding gangs.   

All of them are seeking sanctuary. A safe place where the madness hasnÆt penetrated. But does such a place exist?  

And what if they need to sacrifice their very humanity in the struggle to reach it?