• Heavensgate: Hope

  • Heavensgate, Book 1
  • By: Leo Kane
  • Narrated by: Matt Thomas Battersby
  • Length: 6 hrs and 9 mins
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By: Leo Kane
Narrated by: Matt Thomas Battersby
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When Jacob is a child, a mysterious girl comforts him at the funeral of the family he accidentally killed. Years later, grieving for his lost wife and son, Jacob is at Heavensgate. He believes that the dead should stay dead, but sees things other people don’t see.

Even worse, Jacob is besieged by his alter ego: the foul-mouthed, sex-crazed, and dangerous Jake - a personality with a twisted sense of fun and no conscience. Jacob battles for his sanity and soul, surrounded by supernatural enemies and allies, as he struggles to free the Keeper of the Forbidden Book and ignore the menacing pink Cadillac that drives by his lakeside lodge every night.

Wherever Jacob goes, people die, and the cops are moving in, when a terrifying and seductive presence arrives on the frozen lake. Now, Jacob will discover that even hope has a dark side.

©2016 Leo Kane (P)2021 Leo Kane

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A good story

I liked the story kind of a slow start but held my attention and had me wondering what was going to happen with the MC as he grew up.

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  • mangankillarney
  • 07-14-21

Hope

I loved the narration of Matt Thomas Battersby, he knew how to keep you listening , perfect for this book. Kept me listening even when I said , I need to sleep.

Well do not listen to this before bedtime.... what a great thriller.
It's the kind of book that doesn't leave you alone thought-provoking. An intriguing physiological thriller

Can't wait to read book two.

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  • Jennifer
  • 05-25-21

An intense but interesting read

Quite an intense storyline with a fractured feeling which suits the situation well. Narrator does a great job showing the different 'voices' which are easy to distinguish from each other and keeps the flow of the story.

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  • MattB
  • 05-27-21

Interesting and exhilarating story

A really interesting book. Told in first person from a very unreliable narrator it is often difficult to discern what is real and what is not, as well as establishing a linear story. However, this adds to the mystery and, ultimately, makes it a more interesting and thought provoking tale. Quite intense and definitely for adult listeners with quite a lot of graphic details. Narration is strong throughout and really adds to the story.