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The City at World's End

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Edmond Hamilton

Narrated By: Mark Nelson

Publisher: LibriVox

Date: January 2011

Duration: 7 hours 8 minutes


A surprise nuclear war may cause the End of the World, but not the way anyone could have imagined. A classic science fiction tale from Galaxy Magazine.


  • Anonymous

    Very good book, excellent narrator. I’m actually very surprised no one has made this into a movie yet. This is exactly how an audiobook should be!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Daniel M.

    Great story. Great narration. Wish it was longer.

  • Kelly D.

    Really enjoyed this book, slow to start and typically sexist for the era. Liked the narrator, perfect voice for the era. All in all a good book.

  • Richard C.

    Enjoyable as 1950’s sci-fi, holds up nicely today. When I hear words like vacuum tubes and relays, it really shows the time it was written in.

  • Ken B.

    love the narration. and yes this book should be made into a movie. I love how narrator brought the characters to life.

  • Rod M.

    This was so well done I had to double check the date it was written. It is amazing that an author could write something in the fifties that holds up so well today! If you like science fiction I would highly recommend this book. Gratefully to the reader was excellent!

  • Lesa Ullig

    Best book I've heard in a long while Its timeless. I couldn't stop listening. Mark is my favorite narrator too I listen to all books he reads!

  • Andrew Susin

    Surprisingly good fast paced story and excellent narration. Wasn't expecting to like it but did

  • Dina Heard

    Oh my god epic story of a Tyrannical Universal government combats small town USA. But what do you expect after a town is thrust 1,000,000 years in the future and they are the last of the primary human being archetype!

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