Feared

Misplaced, Book 3
Narrated by: Jacob Pett
Series: Misplaced, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 59 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Trey and Livy are off the grid. Even the FBI can't protect them from the black-eyed aliens tapped into the world's communications networks. 

A broadcast with a dire message will force Trey from hiding to face his mortal enemy. 

Follow Trey and Livy in the final episode of the Misplaced Trilogy.

©2016 Brian Bennett (P)2018 Brian Bennett

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Very Good Narration. Not so Great Main Character.

Likes: Jacob Pett has a great voice and his narration progressively gets better throughout all three books. Dislikes: -Trey is an obnoxious whiner. Cant remember the last story I've read or listened to where I didn't really care for the main character. Trey is a dumb name too.. -One of the most interesting characters (Max) has about 10 minutes in the book then vanishes. You barely start to learn about him and then poof he's gone. It would have made more sense to keep him around for their travels rather than to just have Livy somehow get it right. -The ending felt a bit lazy. Like it was the quick and easy way to wrap things up without having to provide much detail.