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Tattered Souls

Broken Souls, Book 1
Narrated by: Michael T. Bradley
Series: Broken Souls, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 22 mins
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Samuel Walker loved being a Seneschal with the Ordo Felix Culpa, keeping the world safe from things that go bump in the night - especially when he got to bump them back. That was before he was given the choice of exile into a normal life or a bullet to the head. Now in the corporate world, he fights red tape instead of demonic, alien creatures from other dimensions. So when Kate arrives, chased by monsters and carrying a message from her murdered brother, Samuel has no choice but to venture back into OFC's line of fire. Maybe this time, with the Archangel Michael on his side, he can go back to the life he prefers/was trained for. It's going to be a struggle to keep Kate alive and evade punishment for the trail of blood he left behind, but if he can pull it off, Samuel might find that the world is a better place than he thought and absolutely worth dying for.

©2017 Richard Hein (P)2018 Richard Hein

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  • Gillian
  • 06-10-18

Similes and metaphors!

I had to give up after three hours because I couldn’t stand listening to yet more similes and metaphors. Somewhere underneath the GCSE English descriptive passages, there’s probably a good story struggling to get out. The narrator was also poor and the pronunciation of some words was very annoying.