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Gigi Make Paradox

Where the Hell is Tesla?, Book 3
Narrated by: Rob Dircks
Series: Where the Hell Is Tesla?, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The third book in the Where the Hell is Tesla? trilogy is here!

Listen, having kids is great, my little Gigi Collins and Pete’s daughter Hannah are sweet little fluffs of cotton candy, spun from the silk of fairy spiders who live in the clouds. But man, can they cause trouble. Seriously, you’d think a two-year-old couldn’t possibly threaten the very existence of our physical reality, but, well, you know where this is going.

So join me and Pete, and Bobo, and of course the man himself, Nikola Tesla, on another spine-tingling, bowel-loosening thrill ride, and remember: bring your adult diapers.

Warning: If you haven’t listened to Where the Hell is Tesla? and Don’t Touch the Blue Stuff! (Where the Hell is Tesla? Book 2), I apologize in advance, as you might get completely freaking lost. If you do, just call my apartment, if I’m not watching Gigi I’ll try to pick up the phone, and I’ll fill you in. (Assuming our physical reality still exists.)

©2019 Rob Dircks (P)2019 Rob Dircks

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Excellent end to the adventure

This was a lot of fun, it got several good chuckles out of me.

It sounded like a finale to the the Where the Hell is Tesla universe, I look forward to seeing what Dircks' brings us in the future.

Great narration.

The nihilists were my favorite.

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I loved the book. I could not put it down.

I loved the book. I could not put it down. I listened to I straight through. I love the banter between the charactors.

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great end to a fantastic trilogy

A fantastically fun ending to a great adventure through, time space and the multiverse. Well written and performed by the author, the complete story teller.

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It made me laugh it made me cry in made me poop my

It made me laugh it made me cry it made me poop my pants

But how is Meg not crushed by gravity

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best trilogy ever

I know the title sounds stupid. but these are the best books I have listened to in a very long time. I love the blending of the Sci-Fi the history and the comedy that comes in these books. if you have to pick books to listen to over and over and over again it's got to be these which I have done.

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great end to a great trilogy

Rob Dircks is one of my all-time favorite authors! this trilogy was so fun and corky that I couldn't put it down. I got the first book on a whim and ever since I have been a massive fan of Rob Dircks. if I could give this book 6 stars I would

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All Hell Breaks Loose

So just when you thought the series was finished out pops Gigi, the adorable little angel of Chip and Julie along with Pete and his adorable little Hannah who are also instrumental in this spine tingling adventure where once again we enter the inter dimensional transfer apparatus and, well, all hell breaks loose with another catastrophe that threatens the existence of all the dimensions including and especially our own. We have the usual cast of characters but also a few new folks tossed into the proverbial mix to save the universe. Whew! Chip continues to write his cheeky memos (I prefer love letters) which seem to turn into the books we read......makes one wonder if the government really is hiding this little secret.....hehehehe The author has written a hilarious and exhilarating end to the series and the fact that he narrates makes it all the better. Don’t miss this wild and crazy, totally gobsmacked entertainment.

I was given this audiobook by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I have done so. Thank you Rob Dircks for another enjoyable afternoon with Chip and the gang.

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Good Addition to the Series

I liked this book, did I like it as much as the first two in the series? No. I really like the mechanism for the whole series, the protagonist is writing a series of emails that tell the story of what is happening in the story. Of course this wouldn't work in all stories, the Indian Jones series would have been a lot shorter as Indy pulls out his pen and paper to tell of how deftly he swapped the gold statue for a sack of dirt, and got crushed by a giant stone.

Honest review: I want to rate this 3.5, but I can't. But it's better than the middle of the road so I'm rounding up, but I wouldn't really call it a 4 star book. Yes it's funny, but as the 3rd book, there are a few running gags that have been drug out too long, like Peter Griffen scrapping his knee and holding it for just a tad too long.

Despite my complaint about a few running gags that ran too long, this book does add to the overall series. It introduces new mechanisms and does have new jokes. I say read it, or better yet listen to Rob read it!

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  • 06-29-19

The Perfect amount of absurd.

I have loved this series from beginning to end. Refreshingly different kind of character peril!
I can't fault the narration, it really adds to the amusingness of the story.
Really fun escapism at its best.

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