• The Cartographer

  • The Cartographer, Book 1
  • By: Craig Gaydas
  • Narrated by: Will Eastridge
  • Length: 6 hrs and 29 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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While exploring a cave with his friend, 16-year-old Nathan stumbles upon someone unexpected: science officer Satou of The Explorers' League.

Satou is equally surprised, and after Nathan breaks through the security barrier, he does the only thing he can and takes Nathan with him, forever changing the balance of the universe.

Nathan is introduced to the Consortium - an intergalactic league of explorers, scientists, soldiers, and diplomats. He also discovers the Universal Map, an ancient artifact locked away long ago by the mysterious cartographer.

After Nathan accidentally unlocks the Universal Map, a chain of events is set in motion - one that threatens to tear at the very fabric of the universe and to destroy Earth.

©2014 Craig Gaydas (P)2020 Craig Gaydas

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  • 08-01-21

Too may unpleasant voices

The story was intresting, and while voices help with the flow to quickly pick up which character is speaking - there's quite a few characters. I just couldn't stand the numourous cringy voices in this series. They're just not nice to listen to. Yes they're ailens but it was just too much.

If just the main characters had less cringy voices this would have been a more enjoyable listen. I've managed to get through this book and most of the way through the second, but it's more curiousity for the end of the story at this point than enjoyment.