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.
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!
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