Benny tries to ignore the payment-overdue messages he keeps getting from "Forget What?" a memory removal company. Benny's a slacker, after all, and couldn't pay them even if he wanted to. Then people start trying to kill him, and his life suddenly depends on finding out what memories he has forgotten.
Benny relies on his wits, latent skills, and new friends as he investigates his own past; delving deeper and deeper into the underworld of criminals, bad cops, and shady news organizations, all with their own reasons for wanting him to remain ignorant or die. Walking Shadow is a future-noir science fiction mystery novel with action, humor, suspense, smart dialogue, and a driving first person narrative.
What did you love best about Walking Shadow?
Well this book reminded me of a cross between total recall (movie), eternal sunshine (movie) and ready player one (book) and being as I loved all those titles I loved this book! The story had lots of plot twists and keep me guessing and I wanted to listen to more by this author. But this is his first 'book' published and that is a dang shame! This author needs to figure out how to quit his day job and just write. As for the cover art? Seriously lame. Not catchy and had I not taken the time to listen to the sample I would have never known what a great find this was.
Have you listened to any of Christopher John Fetherolf’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
If you've listened to Bill the vampire series you will recognize the voice. Perfect fit.
Any additional comments?
Good job grand mal press. Way to pick 'em.