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The Autobiography of an Extraterrestrial Saga: I Am Thyron

Narrated by: David Bosco
Length: 5 hrs and 30 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (19 ratings)

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A citizen in the Galacterian Alignment of Space Peoples and Planets, Thyron is an extraterrestrial Titan with a highly evolved soul, but born with a duality disorder. In this parable of the soul's journey towards perfection and rebirth, Thyron must merge his light and dark to evolve into a being spiritually strong enough to lead others towards the light. Archangel Michael, the Universal Sovereign, orders him into the Shadow Chamber to force him to look deep into the darkness within himself. Once he has conquered his own Shadow Self, Michael sends Thyron to meet with the imprisoned Rebel Archangel Lucifer to take down his statement before his Tribunal. What happens next in Thyron's story will leave you wondering not only about your very own existence, but what's secretly happening on Earth right now.

It's time to finally reveal the secrets hidden inside the vaults of universal magic. Get ready, Star Trek and Star Wars fans, for the next phase of entertainment, for you are about to meet the extraterrestrials - your cosmic family!

"Speaking not only as an author, but an avid reader, I haven't had any book hold my attention like Craig's book has. If you liked or loved Avatar, you'll be ecstatic about this book. I can also see this as a great movie. Kudos to you, Craig, for this marvelous book and good luck with its success, although we don't need luck when something is great and this is." (From the foreword by Sylvia Browne)

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©2011 Craig Campobasso (P)2018 Craig Campobasso

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Enjoyed the cosmology and performance

What did you love best about The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestrial Saga: I Am Thyron?

It was interesting how the story takes place in a cosmology largely based on or inspired by the cosmology in The Urantia Book. The narration flows well and it felt like I was getting the chance to travel to different worlds.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I did not have a favorite character. I'm not a reader who picks favorites.

What does David Bosco bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I listen to a lot of audio books, and the narration of this one was top quality, which is very important.
The reader did a good job of portraying "other worldliness" when needed.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

I don't know. But it would make an interesting movie!

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FASCINATING STORY! ENTERTAINING

Lovely and positive, uplifting and insightful, this is a really neat story that will captivate you.

Written very well, and narrated by the great David Bosco! Winning combo in my book. I really enjoyed the listen, it was original (to me) and fun :)

I definitely had to force my mind open for this one, but what a ride it was. Really neat story :)

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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Interesting spiritualist story worth your time

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was an interesting book with a unique take on spirituality and religion. I thought the narrator did a great job of bringing this book to life. He had a great voice that sounded as you'd imagine a celestial being would sound like. It took me a bit to get used to the King James style dialog, but in thinking back, I understand why the author did it. If you're looking for something a bit different, you should give it a shot.

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Review of The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestial

This was a little slow for my taste. I do like the interweaving of spiritual concepts into a story.

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A unique take on spirituality and divine cosmos.

This book was given to me free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

This book has been a very interesting listen, in that it challenges traditional concepts of life beyond our planet and merges this with the concept of divinity/spirituality.

The story is well formulated and the characters develop over time and you quickly find context and understand the formation of the relationships between characters.

The narration perfectly matches the tone and style of the book and the characters are distinct and immerse you in the story.

Listening/reading this book with an open mind is essential. I would say that if you have strong views on the subject of aliens or the lack of spiritual divinity this book may not be for you. However if you can open your mind and read/listen from an objective view point it raises very interesting questions to be considered.

In summation this is a great book for those looking to expand their views of the world and cosmos at large or are open to further question the standard belief systems.
It has concepts of human interaction that anyone could take away and improve their own self reflection and relationships.

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Rich story and narration!

This made my car trip fly by. Loved this universal adventure and the rich narration. Highly recommend. .

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Only touches the surface

The audible summary says enough. I won’t repeat the synopsis.
I am open to and enjoy theories concerning religion and the beginning of human life on earth. The idea in this story was intriguing, but the follow through was lacking for me. I found this book difficult to listen to. I found it dragged, things were spoken about that were not explained well, and the characters were shallow. I did not connect with the characters. I many times had to convince myself to keep listening. I wanted to see where the author was going with the story and I’d agreed to give a review, but I was struggling.

The narrator did well bringing life to the characters. The male and female voices were done well with a comfortable cadence. The added voice fx were irritating. I have not listened to this narrator before but would gladly again.

There are a few sex scenes but I don’t remember them being overly descriptive. There is no excessive violence or swearing.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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Interesting take on spirituality and ET life...

The Autobiography of an Extraterrestrial Saga: I Am Thyron by Craig Campobasso and narrated by David Bosco is a unique combo on spirituality and extraterrestrial life. This book is for a specific audience and unfortunately it wasn’t me. If you are religious/spiritual and enjoy extraterrestrial life, this book is for you. It's difficult to rate because this book isn't one particular genre, it's a mixture and while the author knows where he wants to go, the readers/listeners may not get there.

I was drawn to the book from the cover, the narrator, and the interesting description. Unfortunately I found it difficult to connect to the characters and found myself losing interest despite the great narration. If David wasn’t the narrator, this would be sitting in my DNF pile.

The narrator, David Bosco, was fantastic as usual! Would highly recommend you check out his other narrations.

Some things to expect: archangels, realms, religion, monogamous and open relationships, alien life, priestess, priest, telepathy, Gabriel vs. Lucifer in the supreme courts, different planets (ex. Prison, Earth, Bruba), gathering info on the planet's state of consciousness, recording of every persons state of spiritual development, spirituality, mythology (ex. Zeus), past life memories, reincarnation, cosmic mind, cosmic truth, orbs from mind to mind, love story, pregnancy, and more. There are a couple added sound effects throughout (good and doesn’t distract).

What kept me interested: the extraterrestrial scenes were interesting enough that had it been only that, I would be giving the story 4 or 5 stars.
What didn’t keep me interested: The foreword by Sylvia Brown (meh), parts were way too preachy/boring and those were frequent enough I wanted to stop (had to force myself to listen at multiple points). Female characters were not strong- ex. “Being with him made her weak”, “she couldn’t imagine her life without him” and like things. For being a story in the future/ET life, I expected more than the typical cliches. It felt like the book never fully took off despite the potential being there.

This might sound odd, but there’s a good part of me that thinks this would be better off as a movie (having the visual might make it easier to connect and convey to the audience). Overall I would only recommend if you are into both religion/spirituality and extraterrestrial life.

Parental advisory/trigger warnings (note they may contain minor spoilers): foreword is from Sylvia Browne (the psychic), talks about conceiving a child, giving birth, kissing, talk about sex (minimal), sex scenes ("passion", "arousal", mention of breast/buttocks, watching him undress, soul sensuality, pretty minimal- think ET spirituality sex), death, funeral. I do not recall any swearing.
(Spoiler alert on the ending...I typically do not do this but feel it’s important to note this for multiple reasons…
quit reading if you do not want to know…)
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At the end, a “specific human trait” was injected into him, resulting in him being able to pick what sex (male/female) he fell in love with. All sexuality is embraced where they are from but judged on Earth.

*I was given a free review copy of the audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you for allowing me to listen and review the book!

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deeply heart connecting story ...

this is a wonderfully written, deeply powerful story about LOVE and LIGHT ... the willingness to walk in the LIGHT and serve others KNOWing the HIGHER TRUTHS 🙏🏼 congratulations CRAIG on sharing your story with us as it will illuminate the hearts of all those who have come in service to HUmanity 💜

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