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A giant boardwalk has been resurrected high up in the Indonesian rainforest canopy, offering guests stunning, spectacular, and unparalleled views of the rainforest. However, the boardwalk is incomplete and in need of more funding. The creator, John Corstine, assembles a group of potential investors for a weekend tour of the boardwalk. Little do they know that high up in the rainforest canopy, they are being watched, but more importantly, they are not alone.

©2015 Michael Esola (P)2020 Michael Esola

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Good monsters, absurd tale.

Millionaires set forth on a tour of a tropical rain forest park where they have no body guards, they are allowed no weapons, and there is no security force to provide backup protection. What could go wrong? Good creatures, absurd story.

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The idea of the story is good.

The narrator pronounces a few words in an odd way, "zoeology in stead of zoology". But he does have a nice voice. The overarching idea of the story is good. it has a slow start I wasn't sure I would continue listening. I'm glad I did because the pace finally picked up.
the Author and Editor to not always show sometimes they tell. the author says some things that are redundant for example, " headlamp". he uses the word headlamp repeatedly in a few chapters.
he shows redundancy by saying things such as, " he looked with his eyes" and " he listened to with his ears" and " he said with his mouth". these redundant taglines are not necessary they are actually distracting. however if you can force yourself back into the story it is worth a listen because the overarching idea of the story is good.