All things must die.
Clearwater Station is home to Victor Clearwater, inventor of the artificial life technologies that changed the world, and his ward Elsa Witherspoon. When Frederick arrives with the goal of stealing Clearwater's research to pay back his father's debts, he discovers the lovely young Elsa is not what she appears - and Clearwater Station is a house of secrets and lies. What is Victor building in the attic, and what are his plans for Elsa? People want to use her for their own gain, but first Frederick must figure out who and what she truly is in order to save her, and himself.
It is short enough that I was able to listen from beginning to end one time while I was multitasking. Very interesting story line
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I finished listening Clearwater last night before I fell asleep. Very interesting story line and a good narration.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Very cool concept. I would love to learn more about this world(s). I say it is a short story, because I listen to about 10 hours on average.