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Publisher's Summary

A wanderer with a troubled past follows a sensitivity to magic that pulls him hard to a mountain in the middle of nowhere, where he's caught up in impending apocalypse, powerful practitioners...and a blood feud.

©2012 John Mierau (P)2014 John Mierau

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Wow! Made me take the long way home!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This is an amazing blend of narrator and story that starts slowly and builds to a tense and seat-gripping conclusion! Great story development, character development, and while the first couple flashbacks might be a touch confusing just let them sink in - the clarity really kicks in with the second act and gets the blood pumping.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Crossing Lines?

The closing scenes are written and narrated in a thrilling combination that nearly had me cheering out loud on my commute home.

What does Craig Jessen bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The pace of narration and inflection is perfectly suited to this story, especially moving into the final sections. Whomever bought this combination of writer and speaker together certainly picked winning team!