Refuge Book 3 - Lost in the Echo [NOOK Book]

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The town of Refuge has finally come to a safe place. Surrounded by a serene freshwater ocean, it seems the town has been given a reprieve from the terror it has experienced since the shifts began. The wounded are treated. Fractured psyches are mended. And the search for answers begins.

But then, the town shifts again, and it is deposited in a world of massive scale, where trees tower like skyscrapers and the creatures flying overhead are the ...
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Refuge Book 3 - Lost in the Echo

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Overview

The town of Refuge has finally come to a safe place. Surrounded by a serene freshwater ocean, it seems the town has been given a reprieve from the terror it has experienced since the shifts began. The wounded are treated. Fractured psyches are mended. And the search for answers begins.

But then, the town shifts again, and it is deposited in a world of massive scale, where trees tower like skyscrapers and the creatures flying overhead are the size of 747s. After finding a three-hundred-foot-long severed tail, Sheriff Helena Frost and the newly deputized Griffin Butler lead a small team to the National Guard Depot, in search of weapons. The need for self-defense has never been greater, but the weapons are protected by two hostile forces: one familiar and the other beyond comprehension.

Despite the scale of this new world, and the vastness of their new enemies, nothing is more frightening than Winslow’s newest theory—Refuge is lost in the echo.

REFUGE is a serialized novel, co-authored by bestselling horror author, Jeremy Bishop, and five other authors, including bestsellers Kane Gilmour and David McAfee, USA Today bestseller, Robert Swartwood, and newcomer Daniel Boucher. The novel will be released in five parts, every two weeks starting November 12, 2013, but it will also be available as one complete novel as soon as the fifth episode is released. So read along as they appear or hold out for the completed novel. Either way, you’re in for a creepy ride.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149076499
  • Publisher: Breakneck Media
  • Publication date: 12/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 241,890
  • File size: 301 KB

Meet the Author

JEREMY BISHOP is the bestselling horror author of THE SENTINEL and THE RAVEN. He is also known as Jeremy Robinson, the bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including SECONDWORLD, ISLAND 731, PROJECT NEMESIS and the Jack Sigler Thriller series. His novels have been translated into eleven languages. He lives in New Hampshire with his wife and three children.

ROBERT SWARTWOOD is the USA Today bestselling author of THE SERIAL KILLER’S WIFE, THE CALLING, MAN OF WAX, and several other novels. His work has appeared in The Los Angeles Review, The Daily Beast, Chizine, Space and Time, Postscripts, and PANK. He created the term ‘hint fiction’ and is the editor of HINT FICTION: AN ANTHOLOGY OF STORIES IN 25 WORDS OR FEWER. He lives with his wife in Pennsylvania.
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  • Posted February 15, 2014

    I could not put this book down or read the series fast enough. I

    I could not put this book down or read the series fast enough. I read all the books at once; I don't know if I could have waited for each book to come out (even though it was only a couple weeks between each release). If you want a fun, fast paced, insane nightmare filled book, this is the one for you. Robinson and crew did an amazing job on this series and you will not be disappointed. This would make an awesome movie or mini-series, as long as Robinson was involved.

    Even more new creatures to torment these poor people, so much fun!

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  • Posted February 10, 2014

    Refuge is awesome. This review is for all five books in the ser

    Refuge is awesome. This review is for all five books in the series.
    The town of Refuge is a relatively nice little small town, until the church bell rings and suddenly everyone in town wishes they had left the day before. Never in the same place twice, this book takes you to some strange places and you meet some frightening monstrosities along the way, with sci-fi twists and action turns right up to the end of this powerhouse.
    The mix of sci-fi/action/horror is something rarely done good, let alone right and Jeremy Bishop and Company all did a very good job. They and other authors like them are the ones who should be in charge of what's on our idiot boxes and movie screens. Instead of the special effects laden, story deficient drivel and "Reality" TV that has replaced most of our serial TV shows, except for Lawyer/Crime dramas- because there aren't enough of those, right?

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  • Posted January 21, 2014

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    Refuge, New Hampshire has just gone through another shift. They

    Refuge, New Hampshire has just gone through another shift. They are now in the land of giants. In this book we are following two groups of citizens. One group is going out to check on the National Guard depot to find more, and hopefully, better weapons. The other is staying safe in one of the homes. Each group ends up having to fight off unusual creatures. Our small band of central characters are holding up well and showing many admirable qualities. 
    In this book we get a hint of what might be going on. It may even be home grown. 
    This book continues the heart pounding action. A must read!

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  • Posted January 21, 2014

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    Things are only getting worse for the people of Refuge as book 3

    Things are only getting worse for the people of Refuge as book 3 brings entirely new terrors as well as more death and destruction.  The mystery behind the town's affliction deepens and the action somehow manages to escalate further!  With each release of the Refuge series, I find myself reading faster and faster.  I love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    great reads

    love these books

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  • Posted January 19, 2014

    Another great chapter in the Refuge tale, Lost in the Echo bring

    Another great chapter in the Refuge tale, Lost in the Echo brings you to a new and terrifying environment where nature is in charge.  If you were not afraid of wasps/bees before...you will be now. {shiver}

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2014

    loving this series..just finished 3 and buy 4 today..well writte

    loving this series..just finished 3 and buy 4 today..well written..fast paced and very interesting story line..I highly recommend it.

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  • Posted December 22, 2013

    Book 3 has been even better then the first 2 books in the series

    Book 3 has been even better then the first 2 books in the series. Now we are getting somewhere so ready for book 4 & 5. This has become one of best series I have read.

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