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- Face of the Unknown
- By: Ted Lazaris
- Narrated by: Joshua Bennington
- Length: 17 hrs and 41 mins
A series of savage and brutal murders is taking place by a killer that might not be human. A secret brotherhood first discovered this baffling mix of man and God in 1970. Now, this Son of God, or Satan, is about to proclaim its divinity, through a ritualistic series of slayings. Can Luke Starr, aka DragonMan, a new superhero for our times, stop its relentless threat to mankind? Only time will tell...
- By Richard on 02-05-14
Would you listen to DragonMan again? Why?
Yes I would. The story is very entertaining and captive. Definitely something that has that "IT" factor. The story is so well written, complex yet easy to follow. I would say if I were asked to recommend a book this would be the first one that comes to mind. I can't really put into words how good it is. It's something you definitely have to read or hear for yourself to understand how good it is.
What other book might you compare DragonMan to and why?
I can't really compare it to many books. It's a fantasy novel with suspense and mystery with a thriller element and it crosses many genres especially if you have read the first two novels.
Which scene was your favorite?
I don't want to give away any spoilers so I will just say Nathan and you read the book you'll understand.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I don't want to give anything away, but there is an amazing conversation between Luke and Nathan that is very profound.
Any additional comments?
Buy it read it or listen to it either way you will be entertained and be blessed with a refreshing new story that can captivate you.
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