She made a deal with a demon to live again…Now she's cursed to live over and over, see-sawing into people's lives at the moment of their deaths, thrust into maelstroms of violence and emotion without any warning. As she strives to survive and do the right thing, she finds herself sometimes forced into evil acts, recognizing that she has become a game piece used in the eternal game of good vs. evil.
DeadTimes is about what someone will do to live again. DeadTimes is about the nature of right and wrong. DeadTimes is about what death leaves behind. DeadTimes is about real people. DeadTimes is an audiobook about life. And it goes on forever…
©2000 Yvonne Ochse (P)2013 David WIlson
Yes! Abby Elvidge's narration is awesome! Her performance for the "Gwendoline" subplot is phenomenal.
It has a very Quantum Leap feel.
Each of the major personae had a very distinct voice. You wouldn't think it was the same narrator.
The story progressed at a good pace and provided engaging characters.
I liked seeing how the author blended historical events and situations into the story.
The narrator did a great job portraying the characters and has a pleasant voice.
The book was entertaining, but not to the point that I couldn't put it down. It took a little while to build momentum, but about a third of the way in I found myself listening a little longer than I probably should have. It was enjoyable.
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