Fractured Light

Multiverse Chronicles, Book 1
By: Nick Cook
Narrated by: Rob Groves
Length: 10 hrs and 22 mins
4 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

They uncovered a threat to every person on the planet. Now, an invisible enemy is hunting them down. 

What would you do if you started to see something lurking in the shadows of our everyday world? 

That's the reality Jake Stevens has been pitched into, and now, he’s questioning his sanity. 

Jake’s been an outsider in his hometown of Stoneham, England, ever since his life was shattered when his father's experiment into dark energy exploded, killing himself and many others. 

When Jake witnesses a satellite crash-landing and starts to receive garbled messages that hint at a conspiracy, a chain of events is unleashed that will threaten the very existence of all life on Earth in a dystopian nightmare. 

Can Jake and the best friend he froze out of his life, Chloe Haze, a coding genius who’s heavily entrenched with the underground hacking network, figure out the connections of the mystery that link all the events before it’s too late? 

Fractured Light is the first volume in the Fractured Light trilogy and is also part of the Multiverse Chronicles, an epic series of interlinked stories that follows the struggle of humanity to survive across parallel universes. 

©2018 Nicholas P Cook (P)2019 Nick Cook

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A dumb tale of two dumb teens saving the world

This story had potential but is ruined by the absurd level of stupidity the boy hero, who wants nothing more than to go back to being the professional victim he has been for 6 years. The two teens tasked with this, despite being 19, act like they are in middle school. They keep secrets, have outbursts and temper tantrums and as usual make the dumbest decisions. They are too stupid to save themselves, let alone the whole planet. I understand why this book has so few ratings and books 2 and 3 did not make it to audible.