A serial abductor stalking the employees of McMurdo Station, Antarctica seems untouchable until Agent Brush arrives on scene to investigate. Fortunately, it doesn't take him long to realize there's much more at play than meets the eye - a brooding conspiracy among the residents, a lurking terror hovering overhead.
Desperate to locate the only witness to the most recent abduction, Brush and his team race against the clock as the mastermind gathers his conspirators from all corners of the facility to carry out one final order.
©2016 J. Misha Dunn (P)2016 J. Misha Dunn
I hated for it to end! Loved all the back stories. The narrator did an amazing job of portraying all of the different characters! This story really kept my attention. I listened to it every time I had a spare moment. I highly recommend this book and any books narrated by Scott Ellis.
I am a wee bit over the half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lo
A good conspiracy story set in the Antartic.The whole crew wants to be someplace else.Friends give up their lives for friends.Will they get the guy before more people die?Scott Ellis narrates this beautifully.I was given thie book free by the author,narrator or publisher.
It's in the top twenty.
I can't pick just one. I think this book has many memorable moments.
He was able to deliver with emotion and separation of characters.
This book was a good flow, every now and then I did have to go back and relisten. Then it became clear again. Other than that this was a great book.
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A good listen makes for an amazing day!
The plot, suspense, and cast of characters made it a worthwhile listen.
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This is book 2 and I didn't listen to the first book, so I'm not sure how the two compare, but this book is well written, full of action, and suspenseful. The narrator did a great job.
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I haven't listen to him before. He did a good job and I liked his pacing.
I liked this book. I will keep this author on my radar. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.
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Action from the first to the last page... the story is sometimes a stretch. Be prepared to suspend your skepticism and go along for an entertaining listen.
Andrew Brush, the main protagonist, the story's lightning rod, lol! The action swirls around him. There are some excellent bad guys, too!
If there were a test to determine if an audio book voice talent had their skills honed, this book may be the study guide. Wide range of voices? Scott has them. A sense of drama? Check. Add an easy to listen to and understandable voice and speech. Yep...
McMurdo Station. What Happens Here, Stays Here.
A fun action adventure in an unusual setting, this is a good diversion from the daily doldrums!
Thanks for the opportunity to review "Frozen Brush".
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Yes I would listen again. The narrator takes an already incredible storyline and brings it to life!
The plot was very engaging, the multiple storylines all coming together in a great way.
Scott Ellis did an incredible job. I've listened to audiobooks for many years and he truly is a voice-actor, not just a narrator. Some narrators have been so terrible that I have stopped listening and never finished books. Not with Scott Ellis!
The tag line for the film should be what the author's tagline for the book was: A Location Most Remote. A Mission Most Confounding. A Threat Most Insidious.And let me tell you, Mr. Ellis takes the "insidious threat" to the next level with his creepy voice he did for the Pied Piper! My goodness!
The author did a great job with this second book in the Andrew Brush series! Questions left unanswered in the first were carried over and answered in this one while many others were raised! I hope the author can get Scott Ellis to do more Brush books! They make for quite a team!
I enjoyed this recording, however more than once I found myself a little lost. It seemed to jump around a little and a couple of the character voices sounded very similar, which made it difficult a couple of times.
Also, as much as I enjoyed the story, I didn't like the ending.
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Frozen Brush is a book that started out with a lot of promise. It starts in an exotic location and begins with a group of FBI agents investigating the disappearance of people in said location.
But right away things started getting confusing. The timeline jumps back and forth between the "present" and scenes from the protagonist's past. Usually, an author gives some sort of flag between scenes if the timeline has shifted to let the listener know that things are NOW DIFFERENT. This could be a chapter break or scene break, accompanied by audible tag of the year or new time period we are now listening to. But this didn't occur, leaving me as the listener heartily confused about what/when I was listening to. This proved to be a very frustrating experience, and continuously took me out of the story.
Also, the narrative switched between first and third person whenever the scene focused on the protagonist, Brush. When Brush was the focus, everything was in first person. When Brush was not the focus, it was told in the third person.
Another huge drawback was the enormous amount of characters, some of whom I'm not sure had anything to do with the main plot line. An example is a family that runs a diner. Why in God's name were they gassing people like a bunch of serial killers? There seemed to be no purpose as they were just dumping the bodies in a landfill. The WHEN of the diner family is also confusing to me as well - I'm not sure if they were in Brush's past or in the current future. In any case, they were never fully explained, and at the end of the book, no closure was given to them or their heinous acts.
But my favorite snippet is during a climatic battle between Brush and his enemies. During the battle his mobile rings and he actually answers it and has a conversation with his wife.
Overall Frozen Brush was an entertaining listen even if there were some cringe-worthy moments. If you like non-stop action books where the protagonist is a Clint Eastwood type that can kick ass a take names, you might find this book appealing.
The narration was very good, and the narrator had a VERY large cast of characters he had to create voices for, but the Hispanic character's accents were way over the top. Hispanic accents don't switch their V's and W's. This is a minor quibble and overall Scott Ellis did a commendable job.
This audio book was gifted to me by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
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