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Shadows of the Midnight Sun

Narrated by: Barry Campbell
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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...To enter the light, one must first confront their own darkness...

In the dark corners of the world, a battle rages for the souls of the damned. They're known as The Fallen, souls afflicted with a curse that leaves them empty, violent, but immortal. The church calls them demons, vampires or the Nosferatu. For centuries a holy order known as The Righteous Fire has sought to destroy them, all the while hiding a secret that connects them, the church, to the beginning of the Nosferatu scourge. But as the events of an ancient prophecy begin to unfold, time may be running out for both groups, as the path ahead may bring forgiveness or destruction to one and all.

While investigating a string of disappearances, she sees as connected to her husband's murder, FBI agent Kate Pfeiffer is drawn into this world. She begins to uncover the truth and is faced with a reality she won't believe. Soon she's caught in a clash two thousand years in the making. On one side, the righteous fire, on the other, those who dominate the world of the Fallen. Her only hope may rest with a lost soul trapped in the void between the two worlds, a jaded warrior and a man of many names who's been searching for centuries to find the truth about himself and his destiny.

From an ancient Roman battlefield to the streets of New York. From Cologne Germany, to New Orleans and the swamps of Louisiana, time is running out as the fight against evil rages in the Shadows.

Shadows of the Midnight Sun is a supernatural thriller and the first book of the Shadows trilogy.

©2013 Graham Brown and Spencer J. Andrews (P)2013 Graham Brown and Specer J. Andrews

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Narrator is Painful to listen to

Great story, but the Narration is a big problem. It's like listening to a church going Minnesota apple orchard farmer baby-talking his audience. This reader may work well for children's books, but not an aggressive occult related subject with violent criminal scenes. Where "bad" is pronounced "bay-Edd". His natural accent and inability to intuit character emotion is cringe-worthy. The only way I made it through the book is by imagining that David Lynch was reading to me. Great Story, though! It's absolutely worth buying paperback!