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Publisher's Summary

What if you weren't who you thought you were, what others saw you to be? What if the structure of time depended on you to keep it steady? What if unseen forces, both good and evil, surrounded you, effecting your life in way's you could not begin to imagine? Well, if that were the case, you'd be Mark De Martel, unobtrusive advertising agent in Los Angeles. Or would you?

Possibly you were a Mark, but possibly you would be a powerful warrior, using skills such as the manipulation of gravity itself to save existence.The answer can be found by listening to Anon Time. It is a science-fiction formatted novel with philosophical and spiritual underpinnings guaranteed to whisk you on an adventure of wondrous scope and amazing clarity. Treat yourself to this fantastic story, trust us, you deserve it.

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Good narration is a talent that is very often NOT given to those that are gifted to write a book. The author here definitely needs to leave the narration to a professional. It would otherwise probably be a very decent read.

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  • Judy
  • Twp. of Washington, NJ, United States
  • 07-05-10

interesting storyline, low production values

This book felt very much like a perfunctory first draft, perhaps of something that would be turned into a movie. The story is interesting, I cared about the characters only moderately, the writing and narraation by the author were lacking. Most annoyingly, the audio quality was not good, which did not add to the narration.

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  • Andy
  • 08-22-14

Very strong, laconic Californian accented narrator

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Only managed 5 painful minutes so cannot comment on the story. Would definitely advise a professional narrator as the author's drawl is difficult to take in and to distinguish characters apart. Also many mispronounced words corrected as he reads so completely throws the flow.

Would you recommend Anon Time to your friends? Why or why not?

Possibly as a kindle or paper version, I liked the synopsis and really wanted to immerse myself in the story.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Craig Robertson?

Any proven narrator with neutral accent and a good range of pace and tone.

Was Anon Time worth the listening time?

Not in this format.

Any additional comments?

If this was reread with a different narrator I would certainly listen to it.