Don't miss this intriguing and climactic conclusion to the Blur Trilogy.
As Daniel Byers prepares to attend a basketball camp before his senior year of high school, the terrifying blurs that've plagued him for the last nine months return.
Dark images begin to haunt him - creatures crawling from the deepest pits of his nightmares, glimmers of chilling memories from his early childhood. But before he can unearth the meaning behind his mysterious hallucinations, Daniel must team up with two other extraordinary teens to save a young woman who has been abducted by a scientist obsessed with enacting his own warped form of justice.
This atmospheric mystery picks up where Fury left off and takes listeners into the uncharted regions where reality and madness intertwine.
©2016 Steven James (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
*Apologies to Col. Hannibal Smith of the A-Team TV series for bastardizing his quote.
I listened to and reviewed the first two books of the Blur trilogy almost 18 months ago, but just got around to Curse. I love all three books in this teen series. Briefly, the protagonist is high school student and basketball star Daniel Byers who is an only child who lives with his parents in small town Wisconsin His dad is sheriff. In Blur Daniel started having "blurs" which first appear to be momentary losess of reality during which time he sees things and develops understanding other do not. The Blur story (Blur, Fury, and Curse) is fascinating.
Detective thriller author Steven James does a great job with this teen trilogy. The novels in this trilogy most remind me of the Mickey Bolitar trilogy by Harlan Coben. Ironically Nick Podehl narrates both the Blur trilogy and the Mickey Bolitar trilogy. He does a great job. The books must be read in order written:Blur, Fury, and Curse. Although written for a mostly teen audience adults will also like these novels.
Very well written. Good closure to an interesting story. Nick Podehl is a fantastic narrator! He enhances the story marvellously. I will be looking out for more books read by him. Steven James writes a good plot. Excellent writer!
The twists and turns for the characters and learning how everything fit into place.
When the readers understand all of the blurs and how they play into the story.
Yes, I have listened to the Blurs trilogy and all of the performances are doing superbly. The variety of voices he uses for the character adds a delightful element to the story.
Yes, I was on the edge of my seat and wanted to know what was going to happen next with Daniel
I enjoyed this trilogy and highly suggest it to anyone who wants to go on an exciting thrilling, mystery. You will not regret it!!
Loved this 3rd book in the series. the narrator was great at all the characters voices. would recommend this book to anyone who likes suspense and mystery!
Love the characters. Good story. I like the family and the youth., they are realistic people with real issues. I like the fiction aspect too, of the blurs. Well done.
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