Yes. The comedy mixed into the suspense, and at times tender, moments keeps you on a ride that doesn't bore at a lull.
Dakota Leigh and Kenneth's interactions throughout "Twenty Thirteen", and the narrator as a character in "Hot Midnight"
Two very different stories with really different characters. Sarando does an good job of navigating the many characters and accents. At times it was very 'radio play'. A very enjoyable listen. Good job!
very promising writer and narrator. I will be following their next works
One of the best listens going from narration into dialogue i have come across.
I wasn't sure where it was going or why.. then when i finally got the jist of who and why.. you can't wait to see what happens and you are on edge.
WIthout ruining it: the revenge scene and really the scene leading up to the reveal
Crime, Love, Family, and Hidden Hits
Narrator has a gift for character voice delineation so well it sounds like a movie
This Guy sounds like a young Christian Slater
The boys interaction from crisis to mounting crisis
Picturing the Old Man in his underwear and scaring the boys with his home made cocoa.
there is a religious undertone and God's good characters defeating the evil. I really like that the hero was still forgiving and loving toward the anti character and acceptance of the need to squelch the bad that comes up in people every now and then and get back on the right path.
Great for children from 12 up and anyone else interested in light action comedies
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