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  • Die, Snow White! Die, Damn You!: A Very Grimm Tale

    • ORIGINAL (2 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By Yuri Rasovsky
    • Narrated By Simon Helberg, Barry Creyton, Kate Burton, and others
    Overall
    (39)
    Performance
    (37)
    Story
    (36)

    With the premiere of two new film versions of the Snow White tale, Blackstone enters the fray with its own adult, edgy, and not altogether serious full-cast exposé of fairy-taledom. At last it can be told! Was Snow White really as pure as the driven snow? Did her allegedly wicked stepmother get a bum rap from the Grimm brothers? What went on behind the closed Dutch doors of the dwarves’ cottage? How many handsome princes does it take to screw in a light bulb?

    AudioBookReviewer says: "This is more of a mash up"
    "This is more of a mash up"
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    I think that Die, Snow White! Die, Damn You!: A Very Grimm Tale is more of a mash up of many recognizable faerie tales. Rumpelstiltskin, Little Red Riding Hood, Hazel and Gretel, and of course Snow White. This audio performance proved to be hilarious at times, and is definitely for adults only as it is full of sexual innuendos, cursing and more than likely offensive to many. Sound effects and music is something that I am not accustomed to, it did make this performance much more enjoyable. All that said it did entertain me, making me wonder where on Earth will it go next.

    14 of 14 people found this review helpful
  • The Enemy of my Enemy: Brainrush, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Richard Bard
    • Narrated By R. C. Bray
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (235)
    Performance
    (217)
    Story
    (221)

    Combat pilot Jake Bronson believed the worst was behind him. But when a sophisticated terrorist cell shows up in his hometown, he's drawn into a conflict that threatens the heart and soul of every mother in America. The bonds of love and loyalty are tested as Jake and his friends are swept into a deadly chase that takes them from the beaches of California to the depths of the world's longest underground river, and finally to the remote jungles of the Venezuelan rain forest.

    Cath says: "Exhausting"
    "Jake Bronson’s life is back to normal, until..."
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    Following on from the events in ‘Brainrush’ Jake Bronson’s life is back to normal, until a terrorist tries to get payback for what Jake did at the end of the last book. Aware that all is not ok, Jake and his friends are hunted by an enemy they thought to be dead. This time the evil terrorist has even more sinister plans in store, not only do they want to make Jake pay but they are on American soil and about to release a toxin that will change America forever. When Jake finds out the extent of the plans, he and his gang of misfits make unlikely alliances in order to neutralise the threat….but will they make it on time?

    I think I may be slightly in love with Jake Bronson – he is a hero everyone can support, he cares for his friends and family, willing to do whatever it takes to make them safe. Richard Bard is fast becoming one of my favourite authors, he really knows how to weave a fun and action-packed story. He has such a way with words that you cannot help but care for and identify with the characters. Although I’m not too fond with how he ends the books – It makes me crave the next audio book, thankfully I have the next one ready to go.

    R.C.Bray is on fine form in this audio book, he has a great ability to grab the listener’s attention and not let go. I’ll be honest, I have done absolutely nothing today but listen to this audio book, that’s over 10 heavenly hours of enjoyment. The production is flawless and the addition of the music at the beginning and end of the audio book adds an air of suspense. If you haven’t yet spent any time with Mr. Bray may I suggest you start, it really is a fun experience. Start with the first book in this series though.

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  • Reckoning: Indian Hill, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Mark Tufo
    • Narrated By Sean Runnette
    Overall
    (788)
    Performance
    (742)
    Story
    (744)

    After escaping from the Progerian Alien vessel, Michael Talbot is now given the opportunity to hide in obscurity with the rest of the human race or rise to the occasion and once again find himself immersed in a battle that he wants nothing to do with.Mike goes home and while reconnecting with a family that believed him dead he decides to join whatever resistance force can be mustered to repel the oncoming invasion.

    Professor says: "Not as good as first book"
    "Michael Talbot, our hero, is back"
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    I haven’t read the first Indian Hill book but I am going to. You really should start this series with the first book. In the Reckoning you pick up were the first book left off.

    Michael Talbot, our hero, is back on earth and he knows that the Progerians are coming and what they plan for our small world. They have done the same thing on many other worlds. However, they have never fought Humans before.

    This book is more about the results of the first alien attack and the aftermath of the destruction of the military and government. Without rules, chaos.

    This book shows how fast everything can fall apart. The three story lines involve Mike, now 21, Deb and Beth, and Paul. Deb and Beth are the two young women that Mike loves. They were on the alien ship with him and other humans. Paul is Mike’s best friend. They grew up together. Paul thought that Mike had been killed and he had started to put together a secret army to fight the aliens.

    The story goes back and forth from one character to the other showing what each of them has had to do to survive. Civilization has collapsed and this is humanity at its worst. Remains of National Guard and Police try to keep some balance of order but the dregs are taking over.

    Mr. Tufo has added depth to his characters in this book. You can love,hate, pity, and despise them all at the same time. Lots of action and blood shed and a last page that will leave you ……

    This audio book was read by Sean Runnette. He has a wonderful voice and his narration was exciting. He gave life to the characters with feeling. He performed each character with just the right expression and emotion. Excellent rendition.

    The audio production was also excellent. Every word was clear. No static or unwanted skips.

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  • Brainrush, a Thriller: Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Richard Bard
    • Narrated By R. C. Bray
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (630)
    Performance
    (551)
    Story
    (557)

    When terminally ill combat pilot Jake Bronson emerges from an MRI with extraordinary cognitive powers, everyone wants a piece of his talent including Battista, one of the world s most dangerous terrorists. To save his love and her autistic child, Jake is thrust into a deadly chase that leads from the canals of Venice through Monte Carlo and finally to an ancient cavern in the Hindu Kush Mountains of Afghanistan, where Jake discovers that his newfound talents carry a hidden price that threatens the entire human race.

    Jill says: "BRAINRUSH an exciting, thrilling, adventure!"
    "an everyday hero willing to lose everything"
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    Jake Bronson has been diagnosed with cancer for the second time, this time it’s terminal, during a routine MRI scan to determine his life expectancy an earthquake hits and Jake will never be the same again. His new found intellect and skills have been captured on TV and soon everyone wants to know all about Jake, no one than Luciano Battista who is a terrorist posing as a scientist, his plans will have you worried for the future. Jake and his friends travel across the world, fighting enemies and trying to save the girl – because let’s face it, what action story doesn’t need an everyday hero willing to lose everything for those he cares for. The action is non-stop. The writing is fantastic and it is hard to believe that this is a debut book by author Richard Bard. It has an ending that will have you crying out for more, luckily four more books are available at all good book stores right now.

    R.C. Bray’s performance had me cheering, smiling, crying and laughing – the delivery of some lines had me laughing out loud and thinking ‘Only Bray could have made me have that reaction’. He has such a talent for immersing the listener in the story that you just want to clear your schedule so you can listen intently to every word and enjoy the wild ride.

    I think the team up of author and narrator for this audio book is absolutely perfect and I’m so pleased to see that they are together for each of the next four audio books in the series, which are available on audible, I highly recommend you go and grab them now. I’m already warming up the audible app for book 2 – ‘The Enemy of my Enemy’ – the review will be forthcoming, keep your eyes peeled.

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  • Odium: The Dead Saga

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 18 mins)
    • By Claire C. Riley
    • Narrated By Jennifer Reilly
    Overall
    (25)
    Performance
    (24)
    Story
    (24)

    It's better to die by the gun than die by the dead. Nina's life was irrevocably changed when humanity's dead began to rise. Now, she lives behind the walls. The barricaded cities, erected by the government to protect the remnants of civilization, have become a brutal dictatorship- causing the inhabitants within to starve, steal and claw for survival. Life behind the walls has become as terrifying as roaming the zombie-ridden landscape beyond.

    jami says: "Zombies and gore and snark!"
    "WOW….what a ride this was"
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    WOW….what a ride this was, this story totally sucked me in and had me at the edge of my seat. Zombie books are hit and miss with me and fortunately this one was a hit. The writing was so realistic I found myself stopping to think what I would do if I survived the zombie apocalypse. I really could have done without some of the descriptions of the killing of the zombies…..listening to some of that while driving, ugh, you can’t just close your eyes and shudder at 65MPH (okay, more like 75/80MPH).

    Nina was a very interesting character I found myself liking her, then not liking her and liking her again. She was incredibly snarky and quite bitchy and in the end one of my favorite characters. Emily grew on me and it will be interesting to see what becomes of Mikey. The ending kinda snuck up on me and I was not prepared for it to end where it did…..not quite a cliff hanger, but close. As much as I want to start the second book, I enjoyed the narration enough that I am going to wait until that book is out in audio to start.

    The narration was very good, Jennifer Reilly is a “new to me” narrator (her voice does sound very familiar to me though….) the voice she gave Nina was a good one, and she did well with the other character voices, while she did not make major changes you could still tell which character was speaking.

    If you like Zombie stories, you should really pick up this book/audio and get sucked into this world.

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  • Trident's First Gleaming: A Special Operations Group Thriller

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Stephen Templin
    • Narrated By Brian Troxell
    Overall
    (61)
    Performance
    (55)
    Story
    (56)

    Former SEAL Chris Paladin leaves SEAL Team Six to become a pastor, but CIA spook Hannah Andrade pulls him back into Special Operations Group, the ultra-secret unit that SEAL Team Six operators and others served under to eliminate bin Laden. Chris and Hannah are joined by Delta Force’s Sonny Cohen to stop a new terrorist threat from launching a deadly cyber-terror against the United States.

    JB says: "Fantastic debut of a new series!"
    "If you like military thrillers"
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    Chris Paladin is a member of Seal Team 6 until a mission makes him question his life choices, he leaves the team to become a pastor, something he is very good at. Until one day CIA operative, Hannah Andrade shows up at his church and asks him to consider going back into military action, she has a special mission and needs Chris and his skills on her team. With the threat of failure meaning the U.S. may face a cyber attack of epic proportions, Chris is left with no real choice, he says goodbye to his church and once again heads into the chaotic life of a military man, all the while fighting his inner demons of events he would much rather forget.

    If you like military thrillers this audio book is definitely for you. Stephen Templin has crafted an action packed thriller. The military aspects of this audio book are so detailed it’s easy to understand that Stephen Templin is writing from experience, it definitely shows through and enhances the story. The only negative for me personally was that I felt one particular part of the storyline was mentioned a little much, not enough to stop me from listening to it again – I just felt like it was reminding the listener incase they forgot because it is a big part of the character’s storyline, I hadn’t forgot so it felt a little too much, but with that being said I will definitely be looking for more audio books from Stephen.

    Brian Troxell does a great job of grabbing the listeners attention and keeping hold of it for the length of the audio book. At times I felt like I was surrounded by enemy combatants and all hell was about to break loose, it was fun to get that immersed in the performance. The production was seamless.

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  • 25 Perfect Days

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 37 mins)
    • By Mark Tullius
    • Narrated By Dave Thompson
    Overall
    (7)
    Performance
    (7)
    Story
    (7)

    A totalitarian state doesn't just happen overnight. It's a slow, dangerous slide. 25 Perfect Days chronicles the path into a hellish future of food shortages, contaminated water, sweeping incarceration, an ultra-radical religion, and the extreme measures taken to reduce the population. Through 25 interlinked stories, each written from a different character's point of view, 25 Perfect Days captures the sacrifice, courage, and love needed to survive and eventually overcome this dystopian nightmare.

    Crash 86 says: "Loved the book and love the audio"
    "I wish I could pin-point a main character"
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    First thoughts about the cover of 25 Perfect Days? That is a huge tunnel, the buildings in the background look like they are falling apart, and there is a huge cross with a black bird on it. Interesting. Black birds are said to be bad luck for some. Uh oh… Is that family doomed already!?

    I wish I could pin-point a main character for this story, or even a few, but I cannot. There are lots of characters, lots of mini stories for each, and they all are weirdly connected. For the majority of the story most of the characters did not seem to fit into any pattern together other than living in a horrible society. It wasn’t till I was nearing the end that they seemed to tie in, to fit. I was more than a little confused for the majority of this book till I hit the end.

    Over all, the Controllers are the antagonists for the majority of the story. They are there from a church called The Way. Imagine voting in a law that gave up control of laws, rules, people, everything to a single ruling party. That party is called The Way, which is supposedly a church. But they run on the bases of what’s good for the church is the end all be all. Take away more freedoms little by little, add in death for the greater good, death for minor rule breaking, and an underground rebellion trying to fight for their rights to simply survive.

    The narrator is Dave Thompson. I enjoyed the easy flow of his voice. He helped bring the highs and lows to each character. It is because of his voice that I continued listening to this book even after it confused me with several different storyline tie ins. The author is Mark Tullius. The book is 7hrs and 37 minutes long. This is a very violent dystopian story. It shows a great point-of-view on how society crumbles little by little when people give up control. It perfectly shows how absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    This book left me with the knowledge that I would not willingly give up my rights. No one, not even a governing body, should be allowed to control every aspect of people’s lives. It is our rights to always keep those in power in check. “Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence.” – Lenardo da Vinci.

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  • Six Plus One

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 17 mins)
    • By Fox McBride
    • Narrated By Gerard Loofbourrow
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (2)
    Performance
    (2)
    Story
    (1)

    This is the story of a homicide detective called Ray Dempsey. He's assigned to investigate a mysterious death in a normally quiet housing development in rural New Jersey. Aided by his glamorous assistant, the plot thickens as the dead bodies pile up. The investigation takes a twist when DNA analysis reveals that a crime scene contains a nonhuman profile. The story ends with a long awaited bang.

    AudioBookReviewer says: "If you need a quick distraction"
    "If you need a quick distraction"
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    McBride entertains with a short audio about Ray Dempsey, a detective, and his gorgeous partner. A murder scene that only a serial killer would love, Dempsey and his partner must try to determine what happened or rather who did it. they find they must solve the murder quickly as the bodies keep piling up. After multiple murders and a lucky break, Dempsey solves the case and puts away a serial killer.

    Between the author and the narrator, one can easily determine that Dempsey is a detective who is very arrogant; almost egotistic. Dempsey has his own way of solving cases – he notices patterns. Dumb luck and an overly worked keen eye solves the case.

    Too short to build a connection with the readers, the story is short and to the point. The book could be built upon easily. The author kept the book light with a few spots of humor. Dempsey reminded me of a 21st century Sherlock Holmes.

    If you need a quick distraction, this is the audio book for you. I enjoyed the writing style and hope to hear more by Mcbride.

    The narrator did an excellent job of portraying Dempsey and keeping the story going.

    The production was fine and clear.

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  • Robot Proletariat, Season One

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By Sean Platt, Johnny B. Truant
    • Narrated By Simon Whistler
    Overall
    (38)
    Performance
    (37)
    Story
    (37)

    Having long since replaced humans in the back hallways and servants' quarters of the ultra-wealthy, new models are acquired, render their service, then are quietly deactivated when obsolete. But then we gave them the ability to learn. One household is about to find out that, while Asimov's laws are immutable, humans are about to experience an uprising of a different sort. This first, surprisingly heartfelt episode of a new series puts the listener in the shoes of the the soulless who serve.

    Erasya says: "Uniquely "fleshed-out" robot protagonists"
    "a brilliant combination of suspense and humor"
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    The future, according to Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant, will bring robot servants to run entire households, replacing maids, butlers, chefs, gardeners, and all other house help. The number of robots and modernity of them will determine how high up in the world a family is. And robots can think for themselves, solely so that they can realize and fulfill the family’s needs before they are asked to. Doesn’t sound much like Terminator, does it? Well it isn’t. The robots of the Lexington family only realize they’ve each begun to develop their own consciousness when the family wants to deactivate one of the older robots – and the majority of the “staff” have feelings about it.

    Robot Proletariat is a brilliant combination of suspense, the positives and corresponding pitfalls of technological advancements, humor, and (robot) growing pains. The humor particularly impressed me because it was reminiscent, at times, of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a book that’s a mix of dry and absurd humor I haven’t found duplicated anywhere. I connected to the robots more than the people, something the authors did on purpose to bring out the exact opposite nature of this book from something like Terminator. I also really enjoyed the motif of robots being all-intelligent and yet not quite grasping abstract things like philosophy or human things like sex. Like I said, brilliant.

    This book also happens to be very timely in ways I unfortunately can’t specify because they would give too much away. However, let’s just say fear of death, self-preservation, and loyalty all combine in Robot Proletariat in unexpected but strictly logical ways, as befit robots.

    The voice talent, Simon Whistler, was perfect for the type of humor involved. He does surprisingly good robot impressions and captures each character very well. You can always tell which character is talking as he has clear distinctions between them all. His German accent for Mars the robot isn’t bad either. Some of his voice inflections were a bit overly repetitive and not varied enough, I did notice that, but it wasn’t too bothersome. Overall, I ended up really liking his narration and feeling that no one else could have done it better.

    Robot Proletariat is the first in a series that I can’t wait to continue. I hope the next book comes out soon – I don’t know how long I can wait until there’s a resolution to the jaw-dropping cliffhanger at the end!

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  • Precipitous Tales

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 41 mins)
    • By H. P. Lovecraft
    • Narrated By Neil Hellegers
    Overall
    (9)
    Performance
    (9)
    Story
    (9)

    Taken together, the works of H.P. Lovecraft create a terrific world of Elder Gods, ancient aliens, and cosmic horror. This new, original collection of Lovecraft’s earliest stories lay the foundation for that world, and prefigure many of his later, infamous tales. In “The Nameless City”, an intrepid explorer encounters a shunned, crumbling city in the desert, older than the earliest known of humankind, but perhaps not as abandoned as was thought.

    AudioBookReviewer says: "will undoubtedly still have the power to fascinate"
    "will undoubtedly still have the power to fascinate"
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    I’m sure that everyone who lays claim to being a true fan of horror has read Lovecraft, described as the ‘father of weird and wonderful horror’ by The Guardian he was known to have regularly corresponded with, and I can imagine influenced, writers like Robert Bloch (author of Psycho), Henry Kuttner (The Dark World), Robert E Howard (Conan the Barbarian).

    Precipitous Tales is a collection of four short stories by Lovecraft, together they embody the characteristic medley of horror and science fiction that he is so famous for and reveal just how much of 21st century literature, if not exactly pastiche, is influenced by Lovecraft’s work. In ‘The Tomb’ and ‘The Music of Erich Zann’, both exemplifying everything I loved about the TV series ‘The Twilight Zone’, take place in seemingly ordinary fictional worlds filled with inexplicable mysteries but none is so strange as what the lost sailor of ‘Dagon’ finds at the bottom of the sea. Possession, madness, possible servants of the underworld, mythological fertility gods and prehistoric monsters abound these short stories by Lovecraft while the sense of adventure and discovery of the early twentieth century drives the narrative.

    While listening to ‘The Nameless City’ I couldn’t help but imagine Harrison Ford clawing his way through the secret passages of half buried temples in an Indiana Jones style adventure (except that Lovecraft’s protagonist doesn’t completely obliterate what is left of the ancient city). Lovecraft ability to create a tangible sense of place and time so evident in this tale of ‘unwholesome antiquity’ is enhanced by Neil Hellegers, whose expert narration enhances the mystery of the ‘obliterated edifices’ in the abandoned desert city. I can’t imagine any other narrator for the job, his clear and precise narration is to H.P. Lovecraft in an audiobook format what blood and unabashed violence is to Tarrantino’s films.

    Almost a century after ‘Dagon’ (1917) was written the characteristic Lovecraft tension and mystery still influences popular literature; from Lovecraft’s Cthulhu making an appearance in South Park to the makers of Fallout 3 utilising Lovecraft’s fictional world in their game, the short stories in Precipitous Tales will undoubtedly still have the power to fascinate listeners. So, while seasoned 21st century horror fans, expecting blood and gore, will find this audiobook of short stories lacking in that department they will not be disappointed.

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  • Threshold of the Mind

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 51 mins)
    • By Jay Magidson
    • Narrated By Jeff Clarke
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (6)
    Performance
    (6)
    Story
    (6)

    The year is 2080 and the world is crowded. To feed the nearly 17 billion, the earth has been divided into agriculture or city. There is no in between, no margin for error in this high-tech world. Farms are ultra-efficient enterprises using the latest engineered crops, enormous plants manipulated to grow in any season and produce fantastic yields. Cities are dense and overcrowded, stuffed with men and women working endless hours to pay for their needs.

    AudioBookReviewer says: "Tron + Matrix + Ender's Game = Fun"
    "Tron + Matrix + Ender's Game = Fun"
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    More often than not the artwork used on the audiobook covers combined with the authors chosen title makes my brain jump to conclusions. While I am quite sure this is the desired effect, yet sometimes I am so wrong with whatever I thought and still others I am right on. Threshold of the Mind was a tough one to do this to.

    Looking at the cover immediately makes me think of some human computer integration that would make for an interesting science fiction story. The title also lends itself well to that conclusion. Then reading the summary I see that I am partially right, yet the story boasts so so much more than that.

    Threshold of the Mind holds to the definition of a true dystopian society. Where corporations have taken over the world and made it such an ugly place, as it seems to be mostly farm land of ridiculous GMO proportions, to be most of the citizens would prefer to live out their lives in virtual reality within the “I”. I loved the “nod” to Google Glasses and how they took over our souls. I was entranced by the complexity of the societies structure, admittedly wanting more information, even though there is a lot of information to sort through already.

    Starting off with what seemed to me as three distinct and separate story lines, that are slowly interwoven. Until there is only one plot line with one end in sight.

    One part Tron, except people instead of programs inside the computers. One part Matrix, with the all encompassing “I”. One part Ender’s Game, with a massive human hive mind. And one part good old fashioned fun.

    Overall Jeff Clarke’s performance was good. However I could not stand the voice he gave to Hamachi. While I understand why he went the direction he did,l I found it difficult to understand most of the time. Clarke pacing was very fast, I mean hold on to your ear-buds fast. I had to rewind several times just to make sure that I caught everything that was going on. Clarke excelled at creating all the other character voices, some were so different from his normal voice it was difficult to believe.

    I see a great future in Clarke’s career. As it seems he is new to the audiobook community. I will be looking for more from him.

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