Eric can't remember the recurring dream that keeps waking him in the middle of the night with an overwhelming urge to leave, yet he spends each day feeling as if he desperately needs to be somewhere. With no idea how to cure himself of this odd compulsion, he decides to let it take its course and go for a drive, hoping that once he proves to himself that there is nowhere to go, he can return to his normal life. Instead, he finds himself hurled headlong into a nightmare adventure across a fractured Wisconsin as the dream reveals itself one heart-pounding detail at a time.
©2013 Brian Harmon (P)2014 Tantor
Would not say the absolute best listen, but was a very good listen
I really liked how he portrayed each character. The personality of each character came through with his different inflections of each.
This book is by no means one that will keep you awake at night with things that go bump, but, it does let your imagination run wild with the description of the creatures Eric comes across in his day of travel. The humor between the main character Eric and wife is very entertaining. I look forward to the next in the series.
Not trying to harp on this ONCE again, but this trend of people POORLY rating audiobooks that came out less than 4-5 hours ago is RIDICULOUS! Not only is it UNFAIR & MISLEADING to the publishers, the Audible site, the author (likely trying to support themselves financially)...but MOST importantly, us the CONSUMERS.
I listen to around 4-5 audiobooks from Audible PER week, so I understand getting a DUD of an audiobook now and then. With Audible's No-Hassle Return Poiicy in effect, there is NO reason to poorly review a book based simply on first impressions, and that you have NOT completed (since cramming a 12 hour audiobook into 4 hours is impossible last time I checked).
If you are like myself, the most IMPORTANT aspect of whether I use a hard earned credit on an audiobook, is BASED on the REVIEWS...There is a reason Audible's rating sytem is starred in 3 distinct areas; to allow a FULL and knowledged review of the ENTIRE production. There is NO star-rating category for anything like "first minute impressions" or "How good was the INTRO" lol. If you dont like the book after an hour, FINE. If you know the narrator isn't great early on, FINE. But don't come handing out ONE-STAR ratings in categories you HAVE ZERO ground to give out...you MIGHT be able to rate the "perfomance" but your creidbility to rate the Overall & Story categories is NULL in any case...because you did NOT finish the BOOK!
FYI - As to NOT be partial in my rating of this title, I will update and provide a FULL REVIEW once I have completed this title. But something had to be said about the unfair, early reviews posted for so many new books lately :)
Started off so great. quirky banter between the characters. Kept me interested, and wondering what was happening. I did start loosing a little interest towards the end, some of it seemed to drag out a little. Somewhat repetitive from the different characters that joined in. Still a good read. If your looking for a different kind of mystery, this is a good one.
hard to find original story lines these days. this one kept me guessing till the end. i really enjoyed it. loved the sense that everything would be ok, but the constant peril that still kept you wondering.
I listened to book one and see that only one and two are on Audible. I hesitate to continue unless all three are available. :(
I love books, writing, writers....these are my favorite things. I never have to stop learning! Have a lot to learn still.
Very good story. Great performance. Really made me see the whole thing come alive.
The book started out well enough, but couldn't maintain the tempo or interest level. For the most part, the story didn't make any sense to me. Plus I didn't care for all the constant phone calls between the protagonist and his wife. I just wanted the story to "get with the program" - but alas, it never did. I like speculative fiction, but not this one.
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