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Rune Waker

Into the Rift, Book 1
Narrated by: Alexander Cendese
Length: 5 hrs and 35 mins
4 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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The company went too far.

What started as a simple sim soon showed signs of crossing over, of opening a rift to the afterlife. But that's not all. Parts of that world are coming our way, and what used to be worlds for the dead are changing...evolving?

This is my story - a journey into the world beyond to find my lost fiancée, in the process changing myself and my understanding of this new reality. An adventure that involves leveling up, forming bonds with demons and spirits, and even going up against a very odd dungeon master.

Includes a bonus story in the Into the Rift series, Tarot Witch!

Warning: This story contains nudity and adult situations. Enjoy!

©2019 Jamie Hawke (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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The voice actor sucks

I didn’t even get three chapters in because the voice actor was so bad. He’s way too fast and he puts no emotion into anything. I read a couple chapters of the book and it was pretty good but when he talks it just feels like he’s reading a script.

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Great story

Another audiobook by Jamie that delivers.
The story is enganging and some moments are heartfelt.
The characters feel real and not the perfection of an archetype.
The narrator could be better suited for the story.

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