We know it’s coming. You know it’s coming. Everyone knew it was coming. Finally, THE END HAS COME. Well, maybe not the end-end. But the audiobook, anyway. The third and final installment of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH has arrived, brought to you by Skyboat Media and distributed by Audible.
What happens after floods, pestilence, rising oceans, asteroids and warring humanity bring on the end of the world? It’s time to find out.
THE END HAS COME (Volume 3 of THE APOCALYPSE TRIPTYCH) is another masterful anthology edited by John Joseph Adams, Lightspeed magazine’s Hugo award-winning anthologist, and Hugh Howey, fellow Hugo winner and author of the New York Times blockbuster SILO trilogy. Two titans in the science fiction industry.
The audiobook features 22 brand new science fiction stories from the likes of Carrie Vaughn, Scott Sigler, Sarah Langan, Jonathan Maberry, and many others (see the amazing list of authors below). There’s something for everyone. A Deluxe Assortment box of apocalyptic delights. Genetically modified people, alien children, cyborgs, and flesh-eating mold. Yum.
If Hugh Howey was this excited to unbox the second volume, we can only imagine how thrilled he is going to be with the third volume. And that was just the book. Check out these narrators!
Bringing life to these post-apocalyptic tales are the award-winning voices of Justine Eyre, Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Cuir, Roxanne Hernandez, Emily Rankin, Alex Hyde-White, Judy Young and Vikas Adam. The A-team’s on it, folks. Edited by Grammy-winning 50 Nugget Wash. Saving the best production team for last.
Is it the end of the world as we know it? Did only the “fittest” survive? Is the new world better than the old? Does “humanity” still exist?
Listen to THE END HAS COME and find out. Listen to it from beginning to, well, end. Never has the end been so entertaining.
As always, we bring you the full SkyCast list for your edification. Enjoy!
Introduction by John Joseph Adams read by Stefan Rudnicki
Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn read by Justine Eyre
Like All Beautiful Places by Megan Arkenberg read by Roxanne Hernandez
Dancing with a Stranger in the Land of Nod by Will McIntosh read by Gabrielle de Cuir
The Seventh Day of Deer Camp by Scott Sigler read by Alex Hyde-White
Prototype by Sarah Langan read by Stefan Rudnicki
Acts of Creation by Chris Avellone read by Emily Rankin
Resistance by Seanan McGuire read by Gabrielle de Cuir
Wandering Star by Leife Shallcross read by Gabrielle de Cuir
Heaven Come Down by Ben H. Winters read by Judy Young
Agent Neutralized by David Wellington read by Alex Hyde-White
Goodnight Earth by Annie Bellet read by Emily Rankin
Carriers by Tananarive Due read by Roxanne Hernandez
In the Valley of the Shadow of the Promised Land by Robin Wasserman read by Stefan Rudnicki
The Uncertainty Machine by Jamie Ford read by Vikas Adam
Margin of Survival by Elizabeth Bear read by Justine Eyre
Jingo and the Hammerman by Jonathan Maberry read by Stefan Rudnicki
The Last Movie Ever Made by Charlie Jane Anders read by Stefan Rudnicki
The Gray Sunrise by Jake Kerr read by Stefan Rudnicki
The Gods Have Not Died in Vain by Ken Liu read by Emily Rankin
The Happiest Place… by Mira Grant read by Judy Young
In the Woods by Hugh Howey read by Justine Eyre
Blessings by Nancy Kress read by Vikas Adam and Stefan Rudnicki