Tyler Cunningham enjoys living at the edge of uncharted and unknown territories. Never comfortable with traditional human relationships, he nevertheless makes his living meeting the needs of others through a combination of research and asking the unexpected questions. But this time, when the closest thing Tyler has to a friend goes missing as a result of those questions, he finds himself trapped and powerless in the face of a cruel and violent conspiracy.
Here Be Monsters takes listeners on an astonishing thrill ride through the Adirondack Park in Northern New York, the Northeast's last great wilderness, rushing headlong toward a shocking conclusion deep in the wilderness.
©2013 Jamie Sheffield (P)2015 Jamie Sheffield
This was my re-visit of Here be Monsters having read it when it was first published. I am not usually one to re-read a book so I was curious as to how it would be to hear a book I had already read. The only difference was that while the reader did a great job , the "voice" was not the same as what I "heard" when I read it. That actually made the book "new" for me. I love the book, the characters, the story and the Adirondack setting. I highly recommend this book.
Michael Pauley's narrative gave a keen insight and depth into a hero who is complex in his quirks as he is with his precision to details and time. Interesting read.
I enjoyed the story and the narration very much.
Tyler was/is my favorite character, because I feel as though I can identify with him.
I greatly enjoyed the way Mr. Pauley inhabited the characters and the story.
The two scenes that come to mind are in the one in Tahawus and the final scene between Tyler and George.
Overall very enjoyable, and I look forward to more audiobook versions of the Tyler Cunningham stories.
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