Behind His Eyes – Consequences is a companion to the audiobook Consequences, by New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Aleatha Romig. It is not a standalone audiobook and should not be listened to as such.
This companion was written to explore the thoughts and motivations of Anthony Rawlings, the man behind the consequences. It is not a total rewrite of Consequences, but meant to enhance the listener's understanding. Behind His Eyes - Consequences contains significant scenes from the novel Consequences, as experienced from Anthony's point of view. It also contains never before read, behind the scenes information as well as a glossary of the characters and a timeline devoted to the events within Consequences.
Through significant scenes, experience the dark journey into the mind of the man who believes that he controls everything yet controls nothing. Share his thoughts as glitches are overcome and accidents are survived.
See the long and painful acquisition from Behind His Eyes!
©2014 Aleatha Romig (P)2014 Audible Inc.
I loved this book! It was great to finally know what Tony was thinking when Claire looked into his dark eyes!
Nurse, mom, loved to read....but now I love to listen. When I retire I hope to hear waves crashing in 1 ear and audible in the other!
Necessary for me because I am caught up in these characters and will listen to everything written. This is a snapshot of Book 1 from Tony's POV and I was hoping for more insight into Tony. This story is a mystery and I am looking forward to continuing on with the journey.
This is the second time I've listened to this story, I'm grateful that I have never had contact with a person like Tony or Katherine. If there are men out there like him I pray I never meet one. He's the one who needs the mental hospital not Clare!
No - Because I really dont think it added to the story - it was just the same happenings from another point of view - I am personally not a repetative story line fan.
I didnt even finish it or get that far into it before I stopped listening.
Not a fan of Sebastian - he is very monotone and boring, just did not do it justice at all, maybe that could be what played into not wanting to go any farther into the story as well.
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