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Infinity's Doorway Audiobook

Infinity's Doorway: A Paranormal Thriller

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Arren Blaine is a cop, he doesn't believe in the paranormal. He knows there is no such things as werewolves or shifters, until....

"Find me..." The words uttered by the mysterious woman he'd swerved off the road to miss, echo continually in Dallas policeman Arren Blaine's head as he fights to get back into the world of the living, after the almost fatal car crash.

"Find me..." So begins an odyssey of discovery that takes him far from the Dallas PD forensic labs and into the frightening world of the supernatural in his search for the woman who had saved his life. A woman he is destined to share eternity with, if he can find her. If he can save her...if she is even human.

©2015 David Wind (P)2017 David Wind

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    Joseph Mahoney 03-14-17 Member Since 2017

    Quiet man who enjoy Audible Audio-books as a way to escape from the world each day. They provide an excellent soundtrack for my daily walks.

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    "Excellent Paranormal Thriller!! Loved It!"

    Infinity's Doorway is an excellent audiobook from David Wind. The main character is Arren Blaine a cop from Dallas who while traveling back east goes off road to avoid hitting a mysterious woman in the middle of the road and almost dies.While being operated on after the accident he does die and her voice brings him back from the light begging of him to Find her. With the help of his former Navajo College roommate Arren learns all about the world of the supernatural in his quest to find his one true love. No matter the cost.

    This is the first time I have heard the vocal performance of Mr Freeman. He does an excellent job and I would gladly listen to any of his work again. He provides a rich range for all characters and gives life of all of them.

    This review copy audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge via Audiobook Boom.

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    Harry 03-12-17
    Harry 03-12-17 Member Since 2016
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    "It's a thrill a minute"

    The story started fast (at 90 mph) and kept going fast. I had to force myself to pause the narration when work intruded.


    "This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."

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    laura Florence, AL, United States 03-12-17
    laura Florence, AL, United States 03-12-17 Member Since 2011
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    "Interesting premise"

    I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
    This was an interesting story . . . sci-fi, drama, romance, action, danger, it was all there. Characters were well written and believable, the plot was detailed and fast paced, the narration was outstanding in places, but a little lacking in others, almost like 2 different people were narrating. There were a couple of grammatical mishaps that were distracting to me, but might not be to others. This didn't happen often enough to ruin anything, though. It was a very enjoyable book! Recommended for sci-fi fans. Oh, and the ending was very satisfying!

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    Jroc123 03-29-17
    Jroc123 03-29-17 Member Since 2014
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    "Good"

    “ I voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”
    I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone looking for an adventure

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    Dawnatarr 03-23-17
    Dawnatarr 03-23-17 Member Since 2017
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    "A different type of shifter, not of this world"

    When a cop gets into an accident, and then tries to find the truth of what happened that night, he gets into something a lot more than he bargained for. This will make his life and beliefs change forever. The narration can be a little flat in places, but well worth the time to listen. I received this audiobook for free, but voluntarily reviewed.

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    Nomi 03-21-17
    Nomi 03-21-17 Member Since 2016

    I like a wide range of genres. Favorites include Horror, SciFi, Fantasy, Thriller, LGBT, classics and history.

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    "Meh"

    Loved the idea of this book but not it's execution. The author covers so many topics it was hard to keep up. The lack of likable characters made it hard to really get into the story.

    The narrator did an ok job. Nothing special though.

    I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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    Christine Newton 03-16-17
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    "3.5 stars - decent story"
    Any additional comments?

    I realize that everyone probably has his/her own idea of what makes a good paranormal thriller, so everyone will have different expectations and experiences when reading these types of stories. The paranormal thrillers that I usually read have both feet planted firmly in the romance genre, so my expectations are influenced from that perspective (action, not overly complex plot, evil bad guys, intense attraction between the flawed-but-larger-than-life and sexy main characters who live happily ever after). I guess I had an expectation that this book would follow that formula pretty closely when I read the description blurb, so my experience wasn't as satisfying as I thought it would be by the time the book ended.

    The premise of the book was great but it's probably one that I won't re-read/re-listen to again in the future. In my opinion, I think that perhaps this book tried to incorporate too many interesting topics/ideas and so they all sort of washed together and didn't really interweave and flow well enough to be compelling for me. By the time we got to the ending and the epilogue, new supernatural/ paranormal/ mystical topics were still being introduced to conveniently explain the situation that the characters were in (which kind of flattened my enjoyment of what was happening action-wise). It's like the author had kernels of ideas for several novels - involving Native mysticism, parapsychology, shapeshifting, how parallel universes are created, Christianity, myth, covert government operations, evolution, technological science fiction, etc. - and used all of them in one book. Too many exotic ingredients in a single recipe, so I was unable to savour specific flavours that were intriguing to me. So some of the themes that were really interesting to me had to share air-time with themes that were less engaging, and all of these themes sometimes overpowered the movement of the action-thriller suspensefulness of the plot.

    Also, I didn't really get into the romance between Arren and Callie. Arren was borderline contemptuous of anything paranormal or supernatural at the start of the book but seemed to be able to embrace his new reality very well (enthusiastically, actually) by the very end. And Callie, I wasn't sure about her. I thought that she was a prisoner at the government research compound and the whole tagline of the book was that Arren was going to rescue her. (Why not shapeshift into an ant while everyone is sleeping and escape?) But it turns out that she was bored with immortality, it was a different type of rescue that she was seeking.

    Anyway, this book is getting lots of five-star reviews elsewhere, so other readers found the book to be more enjoyable and satisfying than I did. I can certainly understand why some readers would give this a higher rating than I did. There were definitely things that I liked about the book - for example, as weird as it sounds, I like it when a few good guys die - it makes stories with violence in them more believable. And the places in the story where the action-thriller stuff was happening, those were interesting enough to hold my interest throughout the book. There were just too many thematic ingredients in this recipe for me - I guess I'm more of a meat and potatoes paranormal thriller fan...

    I provided my opinion in exchange for a complimentary copy of this audiobook from the narrator, author, or publisher.

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    ALY 03-14-17
    ALY 03-14-17
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    "Infinity's Doorway"

    Aaron is obsessed with finding a strange woman after a bad car accident. This book had alternate worlds and the other side. In a way it reminds me of Grimm the TV show lately. They are exploring this too in the show this season. I am a little unconvinced about the romance story in the book and since I listened to this book as an audio book I would say I wish the narrator sued his pitch a little more with his voice. I like the characters to all sounds different, they sounds a little different if I really listened but not very much. "This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."

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