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Jacob Jensen

Soul Collector, A Vigilante Justice, Western Adventure
Narrated by: Lawrence D. Palmer
Length: 1 hr and 38 mins
Categories: Fiction, Westerns
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Law men team up with a government agent to expedite justice outside the law and against staggering odds. Having lost family in the process, the agent becomes a loner and then finds something to live for, in addition to revenge.

©2017 Lawrence D. Palmer (P)2017 Lawrence D. Palmer

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Jacob Jensen, "Soul Collector" WELL DONE

Where does Jacob Jensen rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I have listened to many audio books over the years and this work ranks in the top tier.

What other book might you compare Jacob Jensen to and why?

The, "Soul Collector" is a western and can only be compared with other works of that genre. It is a great story and well written.

What about Lawrence D. Palmer’s performance did you like?

Mr.Palmer not only wrote this book, but he narrated it as well. And justifiably so, is the star of the production. His narration style is unique and uniform, breathing life into two dimensional characters making each one colorful and believable.

Who was the most memorable character of Jacob Jensen and why?

For me I liked the, "Sheriff" most of all. When Mr. Palmer narrated the dialog for the Sheriff I could actually imagine seeing him speaking in my mind's eye. And I think the Sheriff had the best lines.

Any additional comments?

Only one comment for Mr. Palmer. I am waiting for the next one!