Victor Bayne honed his dubious psychic skills at one of the first psych training facilities in the country, Heliotrope Station, otherwise known as Camp Hell to the psychics who've been guests behind its razorwire fence.
Vic discovered that none of the people he remembers from Camp Hell can be found online, and there's no mention of Heliotrope Station itself, either. Someone's gone through a lot of trouble to bury the past. But who?
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JCP kicked the series up a notch when Camp Hell was released and Gomez Pugh does the same! Every familiar voice is more nuanced and the new ones just terrific.
When I saw the length of this book I was already happy. I love falling into the PsyCop world and letting it take me for a ride. The longer length works great for me.
I think my favorite thing about this book was the progress made between Vic and Jacob. Both of them made incredible leaps forward in their character arcs, and it was exciting.
As always, the description and the crafting of the prose was spot on. The scene in Crash's apartment was so vivid, I feel like I've actually been there.
Was excited when this was released on Audible. I loved everything about this book. Jordan Castillo Price is a brilliant writer. But Gomez Pugh is FAST becoming one of my favorite readers. I can't wait for the next one to come out. Kudos!
I love PsyCop. This book is my favorite so far but they are all excellent. I like them because not only are the stories entertaining and fresh, the MC's and peripheral characters are all thoroughly engaging and fun. I am so glad I found this series and I can't wait for book 6.
One thing that was a tiny bit disappointing in this book was the sex. In the previous books Phil was a verbal participant in the enjoyment, which added to the hotness of the scene. This time it's more one sided with Vic's voice being the only one heard during and upon completion of the sexy time. It might read better, but in the audio version it's a bit flat.
Also the narrator Mr. Pugh is excellent. Great voice and inflection. I can listen for hours and not get sick of hearing his voice.
The narration by Gomez Pugh is spot on and serves the story line well and perfectly captures the magic of each character in this novel. Ms. Price never disappoints in term of a great story and provides characters you really care about in term of relationships and dialogue.
Camp Hell is a roller coaster of emotional reward. It is thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. A fascinating story, so rich in detail, you'll feel like part of the storyline.
I can't recommend this book, more importantly the entire PsyCop series, highly enough. It's an M/M must read!
absolutely. Love the characters and love the narrator. Extremely entertaining. I think I would listen before I would read this series.
Cash, Victor, Jacob, Stefan was great too, they are all great, even Victor's partner
Love this series. Cannot wait until the next one comes out!
Keeps getting better! Can't wait for the next two books to be narrated by Mr. Pugh. It is amazing how he has the perfect voice for every new character be it male or female. Hope there will be a book 8 and beyond very soon!
Loved everything about it. Greg's narration knocked it out of the park. Vic relives some old memories and is able to find healing. Jacob is his faithful and loving partner. Together they find strength and soar to new levels. LOVE!
"Gets better and better"
Yes, I have listened to the whole series a few times now. Gomez Pugh is brilliant, his deadpan delivery is just perfect
Don't know to be honest
I love the scene in the hospital basement, superb
I am so pleased for Jacob when he discovers his 'talent'
Buy this, after you've bought the rest of the series. JCP just goes from strength to strength. I am eagerly awaiting the remainder of these books on audible and cannot wait to read new ones ( hope JCP is reading this!)
"A Fantastic listen"
I LOVED this book. My favorite of the series so far.
Victor Bayne's life has been one of rejection and institutionalization. He spent his early years in foster homes, then graduated to a mental hospital because of the 'seeing dead people' thing he's got going on, and then he went voluntarily to 'Heliotrope station' to be tested and trained as a medium. What a mistake that was! He called the place Camp Hell, and had blocked out most of what had occurred there, but now Vic is getting panic attacks and flashbacks, and so contacts his ex boyfriend, who is an empath, to help him remember.
Vic's relationship with Jacob deepens and I love how supportive and in love Jacob is. He really is a big hunk of love. The character development in this story was wonderful, and I can't wait to see what happens next.
Gomez Pugh's narration continues to be a joy.
"Review for the PsyCop series"
I hadn't read any of the PsyCop books before I listened to the series on Audible. I throughly enjoyed each story and Jordan's distinctive storytelling. I loved the premise of the series and thought the chemistry between Vic and Jacob was sizzling throughout. Gomez Pugh's performance was fabulous. His narration was spot on for each character. He differentiated each person clearly and made them come alive for me. I pictured everything going on in the scenes and recognized each character when they spoke. Jacob's voice was husky and so sexy. UNF! The production quality was excellent. I will definitely listen to all five superb stories again.
I quite enjoyed books 1-4 although by this point I've rather lost interest in the characters. The book's too formulaic and the plot too obvious while cursing the main character's inability to work out what's already clear to the reader - so there are no surprises, no twists. The narration was great as always but even this couldn't plug the gap of a good story.
Yes definitely. Love Gomez's narration it is perfect for the book. Love his Victor particularly!
I love them all.
Maybe it's because I'm a brit, but everytime Gomez pronounced Warwick I cringed. Surely it should be pronounced Warrick and not literally War wick? Apart from that I loved it!
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