Yes . I had read the print edition many years ago and thought it was very good. However hearing the story narrated made it seem very real.
When one of the main characters went to work, got afew blocks from home with friends and just disappeared.
She seemed to really be the character. She has great tonality.
The narrator tells the story with great intensity. I felt transported
Into another realm.
My favorite character was Shorie. . I really liked how she described sensory
Best vampire story ever told.
The three words would be poweful , enlightening and uplifting .
I would compare the book to works by William W. Atkinson on Thought Force Attraction .
The power of belief conveyed through his voice.
I am much more powerful than I might think.
The only people who will enjoy this book are extreme fringe political nuts!!
The best part is decription of union influence on government.
The worst part is the rambling on and on with opinion.
He seems think he needs to tell readers the same thing over and over again.
I wouldn't waste time or money on the book.
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