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Sleepy Hollow: General of the Dead Audiobook

Sleepy Hollow: General of the Dead: Jason Crane, Book 3

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The exciting conclusion to Jason Crane's Sleepy Hollow adventure! General of the Dead is an epic work capping the first Jason Crane trilogy. The first two novels, Rise Headless and Ride and Bridge of Bones were only a prelude to this extraordinary work spanning 300 years of true Tarrytown history, interwoven with the legends, myths, and superstitions of the Dutch settlers. Impeccably researched, with absolute fidelity to the modern village, its sights, places, and byways. A brew of witches and headless horsemen, ghosts and necromancers, psychics, superheroes, Scooby-Doo, and a teen hero in a mess of trouble. A love letter to Halloween itself, to America's first literary master Washington Irving, and to the village he loved so well. A must for any fan of Irving's original, or anyone young or old who still has a pumpkin-carving kid inside them.

©2015 Richard Gleaves (P)2016 Richard Gleaves

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    factsnotwishes Houston, Texas 06-27-16
    factsnotwishes Houston, Texas 06-27-16 Member Since 2016
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    "Madcap fun, with winks and shivers throughout!"
    What did you love best about Sleepy Hollow: General of the Dead?

    I thought the first two in this series were great fun to listen to, but General of the Dead was superb. My favorite part, other than the exceptionally engaging story, was that Gleaves took these wonderful characters and really fleshed them out in this story. I enjoyed it all the way through, and I didn't want it to end.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Sleepy Hollow: General of the Dead?

    Agathe's Tale was particularly well done. It is a story within a story, and it is particularly long. It is a testament to Gleaves' maturing skills as a writer that the change in the continuity to his main story was smooth and painless. It added such a compelling layer to an enjoyably layered story.


    Which character – as performed by Eric Michael Summerer – was your favorite?

    Eric Michael Summerer's reading of Joey and Zef was perfect. Two well drawn characters to begin with, but his reading of them, with the emotional ups and downs that came with their stories, made me smile and tear up several times. Summerer, like Gleaves, has taken his art to a whole new level in General of the Dead.


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    Well, there was the part of the story toward the end that made me sincerely mad that Gleaves had chosen a particular outcome. And then he made it all better. These characters stay with you, they move you.


    Any additional comments?

    This book rockets the Sleepy Hollow/Jason Crane series into the ranks of first-rate literature. The depth of characterization here, the solid advancement of the always gripping plot, the locale descriptions which put you IN the story, the beautiful and wise observations about what it means to be alive and happy on planet Earth along the way -- they all combine into this wonderful reading/listening experience. Enjoy it for the adventure alone, or enjoy it for the masterfully crafted story it is, but go ahead and spend the credit because you will enjoy it.

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    Amazon Customer 11-25-16 Member Since 2016
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    "Book stops"

    The book will only go to chapter 13 and then stops. I have tried to skip the chapter anything I could think of. The book was good up to that point. So I will try and return the book.

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    Dan Mazur Midwest, USA 11-11-16
    Dan Mazur Midwest, USA 11-11-16 Member Since 2014

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    "Dragged on and on"

    This was a long book.... way too long. I was disappointed in how the author made the characters too fickle. The teenagers far too strong, then weak, then joking in horrible situations... it was just too disconnected from an emotional standpoint. Not only that, but the author pushed a homosexual teenage relationship between two characters that was just ridiculous. These two things alone completely ruined the story for me. The voice actor was excellent.

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    GREG WATERS 10-22-16
    GREG WATERS 10-22-16 Member Since 2016
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    "The dead"

    The main story is really good. But it went off the rails on all the side crap.

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    The Kindler 10-13-16
    The Kindler 10-13-16 Member Since 2014

    Science, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Military History, Thrillers, Great Courses, Horror, and anything with a good story. Please forgive errors.

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    "An enjoyable end"

    This was probably the best of the trilogy and the story of the hero and villains was very well executed. You could care about most of the characters. Some parts get long but getting through then is well worth it. I am curious to see what come next.... if anything.... because it was ended on a small cliff hanger. That's all I will tell you.

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    Kevin Filasky 10-07-16 Member Since 2016
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    "A Great End to a Great Trilogy"

    This was a great end to the Jason Crane Trilogy. If you are a fan of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" then this is the story for you. In the last book alone, the combination of history and horror is fantastic. Between the locations and the characters, you feel like you really are in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Richard Gleaves created characters that not only feel like they are real, but you root, curse, and cry for them. He also spins a history about Sleepy Hollow that is a great mix of truth and fiction, so much that you have a hard time believing that it is just a story (Or is it?). This trilogy is definitely a great Halloween read. Highly recomended

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    Ashley 10-06-16
    Ashley 10-06-16 Member Since 2012
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    "AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME..."

    I found this series, so far (I'm hoping for more books!!! get on it dude!), to be very entertaining! I have a very active imagination and totally found myself having conversations with the characters... like I was there... crazy yes... but I had so much fun listening to this book! I felt the story pulled me into sleepy hollow (and the adventure), and the narrator made me feel like I was there! like I stated.... I have a very active imagination! good job to everyone involved...KUDOS!

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    Weston UT USA 10-06-16
    Weston UT USA 10-06-16 Member Since 2010
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    "Amazing"

    I truly loved this series!
    Great conclusion to the trilogy.
    I really hope Richard continues the series it is so fun!
    Amazing characters and character development
    The narrator is wonderful and really brings life to the book.

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    george 08-30-16
    george 08-30-16 Member Since 2014
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    "jason crane series is fantastic"

    Jason crane series is fantastic beginning to end can't wait for more the narrating is awesome i extremely suggest this series to anyone

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    Sal BROOKLYN, NY, United States 07-06-16
    Sal BROOKLYN, NY, United States 07-06-16 Member Since 2004
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    "A Masterpiece; a Classic is Born"
    If you could sum up Sleepy Hollow: General of the Dead in three words, what would they be?

    Enthralling, surprising, satisfying.


    Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

    It did. Every scene escalates the story in some way, whether it is in the main suspenseful, mysterious story-line or in the numerous subplots of self-discovery and affirmation.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    Any one with Hedwig. I love a good portrayal of a villain, not as a brilliant mastermind but as a man with a mind that is willfully deluded and self-defeating.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    Yes, both and frequently. Gleaves's style itself also affected many of my reactions: his words flow beautifully and enhance the story on every page.


    Any additional comments?

    The reader, Eric Michael Summerer, is THE perfect reader for this. It is a fully produced audio book..
    One must read books one and two in the series first.
    I look forward to more.

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  • Freda
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    "A Great Ride to the end of the Series"

    Brilliant third book of the Jason Crane trilogy. Richard Gleaves has done it again. Brilliantly read by Eric Michael Summerer who makes the action come to life. Funny in parts and nail biting in others. A great read. My only gripe is I think it could have done without the last few chapters. The story ended on a high and slowly came down. I think it should have ended when Jason's grandma said goodbye to him. From there is just seemed a bit like padding, the steam had dissipated. Before that point I hated to turn off the book at night when I had to go to bed as I could have listened to it all night. Unfortunately I lost interest in the last chapters regarding what happened to the "friends" afterwards, anyone with an once of imagination could predict what happened to them all. Having said that I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would also recommend the the 1st & 2nd books in the trilogy as well.

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