After a lowly software tester named Suzy Cilbrith uncovers evidence of a vast government conspiracy, she turns to a fringe reporter named Eddie Pratt for help. Far from dismissing her wild claims, Eddie reveals that things are even worse than they appear: the US government has been infiltrated by angels, who are attempting to bring about Heaven on Earth - no matter the cost.
Only one angel knows the secret to exposing the cabal: the rogue cherub known as Mercury. But when Mercury learns who is behind the cabal, he realizes he's going to need a lot of help. Old enemies become allies, old friends become bitter enemies, and as competing plots for world domination unfold, it isn't always clear which is which.
©2014 Robert Kroese (P)2016 Robert Kroese
I would recommend this book as it is part 4 of a series, but the new narrator is horrible... there are huge pauses between the chapters, i swear i have heard him sigh several times between the chapters, he pronounced the letter "P" in Pterodactyl......
The plot, quirky sense of humor and utterly entertaining characters made this a great listen.
Absolutely not. Mr. Bezaire had best look up how to pronounce words before he attempts to narrate again. Within the first 30 minutes, I heard at least 4 mispronunciations, which pulled me out of the story and snapped me back to reality. This continued throughout the story, reminding me to write this review each time.
Also truly annoying was the poor production. There were distractingly long gaps between chapters that, invariably, made me check to ensure my phone hadn't paused. Additionally, sometimes in those long pauses, I could hear the narrator sigh (in which case I didn't have to check if my phone was paused at least). Someone scrimped on production and narration in this audiobook.
Wish there was more then the same old sitcom style story. It has potential but is t completely there.
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