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Amelia Lockheart can't walk, but she can fly. As the armored superhero - Arsenal, she has the power of a small army at her disposal. Fourteen years ago her parents disappeared after a horrific wreck which left her wheelchair bound. With thieves salivating to steal her armor, and supervillains trying to kill her, Amelia must learn to trust her new team if she wants to survive long enough to learn the truth.

©2017 Jeffery H. Haskell (P)2017 Tantor

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Amazing experience

Surprisingly funny and performed with such amazing skill. I can't wait to listen to the second one.

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Classy Entertaining Techno Fun

Would not mind listening to it again. Top notch tech-fiction. Realy liked the hero to.

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Beyond "Immersive", Surpasses "Engaging"

As a theatre purist, I was skeptical to follow the recommendations for an audiobook, but looking down the barrel of a 44-hour roadtrip from Minneapolis to Houston and back got me to take a chance.
I was hooked by the end of the first chapter. I never expected to "get" the main character; but Haskell's knack for storytelling, coupled with Beresford's enchanting performance, created a level of entertainment I couldn't have expected outside of the Orpheum.
Even if you don't think you fit the target demographic, trust me, you do.