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Dead Inside: A Space Team Universe Novel
- Dan Deadman Space Detective, Book 2
- By: Barry J. Hutchison
- Narrated by: Phil Thron
- Length: 8 hrs and 22 mins
After saving the grim and gritty alien city of Down Here from something big, mean, and mind-bendingly horrible, Dan is looking forward to unwinding in the closest available bar. Annoyingly, the universe has other ideas. Instead, Dan finds himself investigating a cheating husband, two horrible murders, and the potential enslavement of everyone in the galaxy. With his caseload stretching his woefully limited detective skills, his car in pieces, and the whole "being dead" thing not doing him any favors, Dan has no choice but to ask his friends for help.
Great narration and excellent continue of Dan Deadman
- By Jennifer K on 10-03-18
Dead fonking hilarious!!!!
I never review and never one to blow a credit on comedy. People you are missing out!!!! Set in the Space Team universe with a noir twist and the narration is absolute gold
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Grits, Guns & Glory
- Bubba the Monster Hunter, Season 2
- By: John G. Hartness
- Narrated by: John Solo
- Length: 12 hrs and 55 mins
Bubba's back, and he's dealing with his brother, Jason, once and for all! This is the collected edition of Bubba the Monster Hunter Season 2, collecting everything since Scattered, Smothered & Chunked. Also included: a special preview of Raising Hell, a new novella from John G. Hartness and White Lightnin', a Beauregard the Monster Hunter short story!
- By Mindy on 03-29-16
If you could sum up Grits, Guns & Glory in three words, what would they be?
Stupid browser erased my first review!!! That's six... My wife said the whole time I was listening to this I was laughing and had a grin ear to ear. Which I agree with and needed severely.
What other book might you compare Grits, Guns & Glory to and why?
I have to compare it to season 1 because Hartness is really my first "paranormal" guilty pleasure besides Butcher. Grits, Guns & Glory is a great continuation of the Bubba saga for me.
Have you listened to any of John Solo’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Ok this I had a huge problem with this... Feeling like I was about to rise up in open revolt my wife had to clam me down and play devils advocate for this imposter!!! I mean Mr Solo. after a good amount of tyrannical protest in my living room and resisting the urge to use my pad as target practice out back. I gave it a try and loved it. It was a pretty seamless transition.
If you could rename Grits, Guns & Glory, what would you call it?
Renaming it would be heresy
Any additional comments?
I've blown though probably 80% of Hartness's work and love it all. It's a good time and can't wait for more to come out...
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