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Arimus: Blood from the Stars

Narrated by: Cicero des Masses
Length: 5 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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As evil makes its way to Earth, an ancient being awakens. 

Adam did not have special talents, nor did he want to have any. All he wanted was to perhaps live a normal life, even if it meant living in monotony. But all that changed the day Adam died in a devastating floater accident. 

Adam was stunned to find himself resurrected and put back together, given another chance at life by an elder life force that now inhabited his body. And when he begins to discover that his body has been augmented in ways that are impossible to comprehend, a new purpose in life begins to reveal itself.

Adam’s newfound power sets him on a path of maximum resistance in search of an ancient being, the same being the alien residents of Ether LA have been searching for all along.

©2018 Luigi Robles (P)2019 Luigi Robles

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  • Tallisman
  • 05-13-19

Story's okay, acoustics are TERRIBLE!

The story's entertaining enough, HOWEVER, there are TWO major flaws and they're both on the narrators side;
HE is a fairly decent narrator, but his setup is a major let down and I am sorry to say this story needs to be redone because of it and the following is why:
The acoustics are awful! there's a constant background hum throughout the whole story which precludes the use of earphones, its that unpleasant.
Secondly, the narrator desperately needs to be somewhere, where there is NO background noise, and acoustic dampening. His voice was both tinny and had a background echo that drives me nuts!