• Neccabashar

  • By: Vee James
  • Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
  • Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Neccabashar

By: Vee James
Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
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Poor Neccabashar. As the youngest demon on the Evil Council, he’s tried everything to gain the respect of the elder demons and still they ignore and slight him at every opportunity. But Neccabashar has a plan, a scheme that will finally garner him the respect he so craves: he will bring evil and chaos to the last pure bastion of good, the Happy Kingdom.

©2017 Vernon L. James III (P)2018 Vernon L. James III

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pretty funny

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Story: 4 / Narration: 5

Book Summary:
Neccabashar is a demon who works on the Evil Council. He's got the lowest position on the counsel, and they never listen to his suggestions or advice or take him at all seriously. His assigned dominion of Happy Kingdom is suffering...with goodness. He has been on the hot seat for his region not producing enough evil minions and he's sick of it. To rectify this and prove he is worthy of his position, he goes to Happy Kingdom in search of the most evil person in the land to use as his pawn in spreading evil's bad word. His source of pure evil ends up being a little girl, of course. Together, they start pitting the citizens against one another, causing terrible mischief, and working to get the Knight of the Realm replaced with one they can use as a puppet. Not everything goes as plan. At all.

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This book is funny. I haven't read anything by Vee James previously, so I went in knowing nothing about the author's style. It's interesting enough to keep you reading and the characters are developed enough to become vested. The antics are silly, fun and rated PG-13. Had the story been left open for more, I would more than likely listen to the next. However, Vee James wrapped his story up nice and neat at the end, unlike so many books out there that seems rushed just to end or we are left with thinking it should be more. Thankfully this was all wrapped up as a stand alone book should be.

The narrator for the audiobook Hannibal Hills was fantastic. I love his voice. FULL STOP. His character voicing was great and I knew who was who, which is sometimes hard if you don't have a quality narrator. Hannibal Hills is quality. I'll search out other books he has narrated. You KNOW that a bad narrator can ruin the whole book. Not Hannibal Hills! He definitely helps this book earn its 4 stars. He's a 5 star narrator imo.

The only con I have about this book is that is feels like it was penned by a YA writer who is trying to break out of YA and into mainstream Comedic Supernatural for a broader audience, but fails to quite get out of YA. It's not bad, but this borderlines YA and nonYA and I think a distinction should be made.

TLDR: Funny story. Great narrator. More YA than Comedic Supernatural, but as long as you know that and like YA/Supernatural Comedies, you should have no problem. I recommend it for people who DO like YA & Supernatural Comedies.

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