Surviving sixty thousand years takes cunning and more than a little luck. But in the twenty-first century, Adam confronts new dangers-someone has found out what he is, a demon is after him, and he has run out of places to hide. Worst of all, he has had entirely too much to drink.
An artful blending of a first-person confessional, sci-fi, adventure, fantasy, and humor, Immortal introduces a world with vampires, demons and other “magical” creatures, yet a world without actual magic.
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Wow this guy is sort of a deadbeat idiot. The story was rather stupid and all over the place. Didn't care for the narration at all. And after 2 hours of listening I just couldn't take it anymore. Done with this story.
Sorry can't recommend this book, I want my time and money back! Just Plain UGH!
the narrator. He is one of the best that I have listened to. The narration makes or breaks an audible book. His charter voices, tone, and tempo keep the story going.
The story was funny, action, interesting, full of strange characters
nothing wrong with reader, just didnt like the story
stopped reading after the first hour but wasnt that wraped in the sex mad 10 inch guy cant remember his name
what i did read was wasnt that interesting, pretty much about some guy who was a deadbeat
I have to admit - I almost gave up on this one about 1/3 of the way through. But Im glad I stuck with it, because by the end I really liked it. The main character is an immortal who reminds me a lot of Duncan Mcleod of the Highlander TV series. The book has a nice plot and I really liked the characters. It's a little hard to follow at times because it jumps around in time so much, but it works. Jeff Steitzer does a really nice job with the audio.
I recommend this book, and plan on purchasing the second book in the series when it becomes available on Audible.
Slowly - Good - Better
Jeff does a phenomenal job- really keep me in the book, especially the beginning, which is not so great.
This book took a while to get going. The beginning is a drunk guy wandering around nonchalantly. It's not until at least a fourth of the way, the story finally picks up. The main character is difficult to take seriously through a lot of the story and this is unusual. He is funny for the most part, though. Not a great book for sure, but good enough I will listen to the next one.
It was a good story with a very good reader. The kind of story you just have to come back to and can't put down. The reader did an exceptionally good job with minor voice changes and inflection changes to identify the different characters as he portrayed them.
The story was sort of quirky. It blended a little bit of history.... a little bit of noir... a little bit of gangster... a little bit of fantasy - it just was truly entertaining!
The characters of the pixies were portrayed most enjoyably in my opinion. The author did a fun job of writing them but the the reader provided a great performance of them with his voice inflection and voice change. Although they were only small perifferral characters in my opinion they added pleasantly to the story.
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