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Finding Balance

Task Force: Gaea, Book 1
Narrated by: Robert G. Davis
Series: Task Force: Gaea, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 43 mins
Categories: Fiction, Gay & Lesbian
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Four modern-day strangers - Dan, Aleta, Brandon, and Sarah - learn they are bound by prophecy to fix what the Olympian gods have broken. Gifted with ancient magic from long-lost civilizations, they must master their powers while contending with forces escaping from the Underworld and also find a way to repair the Sacred Scales, destroyed by an angry goddess long ago. 

Their success lies with Apollo, a god whose earthbound journey provided the means to fulfill the prophecy. These four mortals - a teacher, a scientist, a zoologist, and a potter - join the United Nations Task Force Division sworn to protect an endangered world, becoming the sole team - codename: GAEA - who can fight the monstrous threats and bring order to a world plunged into chaos. 

Bringing together the powers of the ancient gods and the strength of the human spirit, the members of Task Force: GAEA may have to sacrifice that which they hold dear to be their only key to success. Can mortals succeed where gods cannot go?

©2012 David Berger (P)2018 David Berger

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Great adventure

Task Force Gaea is a great adventure with interesting mythology and characters.
I highly recommend this audiobook.

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an enjoyable story

I love Greek mythology, and I love world building. both were done very well. my only complaint was the story was hard to follow sometimes, there were other things but mentioning them would be spoilers.