Audiobook: Wall (Traveler #3) by Tom Abrahams (Narrated by Kevin Pierce)

 A Battle Is Coming…

5 out of 5 stars

A battle is coming, well make that two battles.  One actual battle between the two sides and Marcus Battle, the incredibly resilient good guy in the Traveler Series.

The narration for Wall was done by Kevin Pierce who has done the entire Traveler series and done an awesome job on them.  As I’ve stated time and time again, Pierce just has one of those voices that really makes these post-apocalyptic stories.  It’s no wonder he’s been featured over and over again on my blog considering that’s one my favorite genres.

The story picks up where the other two have left off so I may give some spoilers away.  Battle is still alive and kicking and is now called upon to help more people once again.  I really like the inner angst that Abrahams plays off of.  Battle is a mess internally.  He’s fighting a lot of demons that would cause a lesser man to crumble.  I think that it’s written beautifully — allowing Battle to have his moments, but also recover from them and grow because of them.

The combination of Abrahams writing style and Pierce’s narration really made this book blow by. It felt like one moment I was just starting chapter 1 and the next the book was almost over.  Not every book can do that, but this one definitely made the time evaporate.

Overall, the story was a little different from the first two Traveler books but was different in a needed way.  This book had a lot of conclusions and endings to things.  Without giving anything away, I will say that I was happy and a bit surprised by the ending.


Audiobook: Wall (Traveler #3) by Tom Abrahams (Narrated by Kevin Pierce) five-stars
Wall (Traveler #3) by Tom Abrahams
Narrator: Kevin Pierce
Length: 7 hrs and 53 mins
Series: The Traveler Series #3
Published by Piton Press on June 17, 2016
Genres: Post-Apocalyptic
Format: Audiobook


In the chaos of a global plague, evil took hold. Governments fell, the good became servants, and the Cartel rose to power. A wall was built to contain the wasteland and keep the evil at bay. Now an organized resistance wants change. They're willing to fight for it and they've asked Marcus Battle to help. The last thing Battle wants is another war. But if that's what it takes to gain freedom and safe passage to the other side of the wall, he'll take aim and fire.
©2016 Piton Press LLC (P)2016 Piton Press LLC

I received this book for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Tom AbrahamsTom has traveled places most people would avoid.

He’s braved the stinging winds of a category four hurricane as it pounded The Gulf of Mexico, living and working without power for days.

He’s picked his way through the Amazon jungle, trekked across the irradiated exclusion zone of Chernobyl, Ukraine, and climbed the crumbling, high-altitude stone steps leading from the barrio Tacubaya, Miguel Hildalgo, in Mexico City.

He’s been evacuated in an ambulance from the barren Badlands of western Canada.

Tom is a veteran television journalist and author who’s spent the last 20-plus years telling the biggest stories of our time.

He’s reported from the East Room of White House and Capitol Hill, interviewed Presidents and presidential candidates, and was at the Pentagon while smoke still rose in the hours after 9/11.

Tom is a hybrid author (traditionally and self-published) who writes post-apocalyptic thrillers, action adventure, and political conspiracies.

His ALLEGIANCE series is published by traditional publisher POST HILL PRESS as is the stand-alone conspiracy novel SEDITION.

AMAZON commissioned his PILGRIMAGE trilogy of novellas for Kindle Worlds. They are based on the best-selling Post Apocalyptic series THE PERSEID COLLAPSE by Steven Konkoly.

He is currently at work on The Traveler Series of Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Adventures. HOME debuted in December 2015. CANYON will release in March 2016. WALL will release in July 2016. A fourth, as yet unnamed, book will release in October/November 2016.

Tom lives in the Houston suburbs with his wife, Courtney, and their two children.

Read more about Tom’s work at


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