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Strange things are happening when the lights go down in the shady setting of the Roseville Hospital. There are unexplained sightings of a man resembling a doctor walking the hallways in search of patients he has yet to help. His name was Derek R. Schillar, M.D. He was a complicated man with a desire to help people, but felt that he didn't do enough. Now, his friend has betrayed him, his wife thinks he's dead, a mysterious detective is on his trail, and the medical staff is perplexed at the growing number of inexplicable miraculous phenomena occurring within the hospital walls. Is there an answer? Why is a dying boy drawing pictures of this man? And just who is Mr. Dead Eyes?

©2010 Roberto Scarlato (P)2018 Roberto Scarlato

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Dead Eyes

Mr Dead Eyes is around the story of Dr Derek Schillar, a medical doctor. A perfect wife June and his two small girls much to the envy of his friend Kurt Austin who has his own secrets and agendas. Henry Stolley, a man living on his own is found murdered in Canada, how is Derek connected to this when Henry Stolley was in Canada and Dr Derek Scillar was on duty in America?

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Medicine, Mysteries, Drugs, & sightings haunt you

Scarlato is an amazing narrator. I think I start out every review of his novels that way. I just love to hear him work his vocal magic. He is very talented and gifted when it comes to voice work. His ability to orate, however, does not overshadow his skill as a writer. In fact, I would say that he has just as much power in his imagination as he does in his voice. The man can write powerful and moving stories. Check out Pickpocket Frankie, The Book that Doesn't Exist, Reviled, or Fall Where They May to see just how good he is after you have finished this book. He is versatile, verbose, and can pack in a lot of power into his stories. He is a total storyteller. If we were still in the stone age, Scarlato would be at the head of the fire regalng us all with his tales each night.

I would say that this book is far afield of what he usually writes, but if you look at the list of titles I just touted you will see that he doesn't hold to any one paticular genre. He just writes incredible pieces of fiction that will captivate your attention. Dr Derek Schillar is the kind of doctor you would want taking care of you, he is attentive, caring, and wants more than anything to help, but no matter how good a person you are bad things can happen, and soon he is just a "ghost" of his former self. I don't want to spoil anything other than to say that the setting (a hospital) is enough to creep most people out. The things that happen will intrigue and disturb you, but you will not want to put this book down. I actually got irritated when I had to answer the phone, or shut the story off. Scarlato knows how to draw you in, and then hold your attention until it is all over. I respect that as a listener.

As disappointing it is to not have Roberto read his own material I have to say that I was very pleased with Robbin's work. He oozed empathy as the young boy, and filled Schillar's characte with so much gravitas that you couldn't help but feel for him. He paces the story, and hammers home the emotional scenes. I have never really heard him before, but I appreciate his skill. I enjoyed him a great deal.

If this is your first introduction to Scarlato's work you will not be disappointed. If you are familiar, then you know what to expect from him. Do not miss out on a chance to get a great story that will occupy your attention until it ends. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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Intreaging story

This book was provided free of charge in exchange for a review.

This book was hard to define. It was part murder mystery, part religious, part medical thriller and a preamble to a possible zombie apocalypse. But even with that it was a most enjoyable listen.

The story begins with the description of a brutal murder with no explanation of why. It is not until much later in the story where this murder is linked with the main characters.

The book revolves around two doctors and their lives, strengths and weaknesses.

One has a desire to help and a load of guilt for not being able to save everyone. The other has rampant ambition and will do anything to escape his current situation and succeed.

The story line is well put together and you never know where it is going to end up. There are many hints that have you believe one thing has happened only to find out your assumption was wrong. This was so well done it was surprising.

The narration was also very good and understandable with emphasis on the multiple voices and the emotional emphasis was great.

This was a good read but not a light read.

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Boring boring boring

This book was boring. It started off good with something stalking a doctor. Then the book took off some where i am not sure. It was a conversation among two doctors. The plot did not go anywhere from there. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for a review.

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Mr Dead eyes

This was an ok book.The writing seemed over the top at times.The story was interesting enough.Michael Robbins was a good narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Good Story!

I received this audio book for free in exchange for my honest review. Other than a few unnecessary insertions of religion and only a couple of narration mistakes that the editor missed, this was an enjoyable story.