• Digging Deep

  • An O.C.L.T. Novel
  • By: Aaron Rosenberg
  • Narrated by: Josh Brogadir
  • Length: 12 hrs and 55 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Digging Deep

By: Aaron Rosenberg
Narrated by: Josh Brogadir
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Publisher's Summary

New York. City of millions. Home to the largest subway system in the world. Miles of tunnels stretch far underground, home themselves to a vast, displaced populace.

But now someone - or something - is slaughtering these homeless. And anyone else foolish enough to venture underground.

And whatever it is, it is slowly rising toward the surface.

Can a young empath, a finicky professor, and a flighty linguist stop the threat before it spills out into the rest of the city?

©2018 Aaron Rosenberg (P)2021 David N. Wilson

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Geez...Terrible..

The reader made a below average premise and novel worse. The feigned accent was stilted and not close to any language.