He was one of 31 aliens who had landed on this remote world and dispersed among the populace, unidentifiable because of their shape-shifting abilities.
Jebaral had hoped for a life. A chance to be free after escaping years of slavery and cruelty. But when he met Hannah Pitt, there was no way he could turn away from her or from the feelings she evoked in him. But neither could he accept her offer of a future filled with laughter and promise. After all, she was human; he was nothing remotely human.
Worse, the Arra were out looking for their lost cargo, and they wouldn't stop until every body was accounted for.
Could he risk loving this woman? Would she even accept him for what he truly was?
Little did he realize that all his choices would soon be taken away.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
The narration made the story very hard to listen and follow along with. I am sorry to say I could not finish the book.
How could the performance have been better?
Please do not use this type of narration again.
What character would you cut from Runner's Moon: Jebaral?
I enjoyed the characters until I could no longer listen to the book.
Any additional comments?
Please use a different type of narrator.