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The Final Life of Nathaniel Moon

Middle Falls Time Travel, Book 4
Narrated by: Adam Verner
Series: Middle Falls Time Travel, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (164 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nathaniel Moon is the reluctant messiah. 

He has powers that define the word miraculous. But when he used those powers to help others, he brought about a world of trouble.

Now Nathaniel lives a life of quiet obscurity, performing anonymous miracles. But, his anonymity has to end, because evil is coming to Middle Falls, Oregon, and threatens the people Nathaniel loves most.

It's going to take a reluctant messiah to put things right.

Includes a special bonus note read by the author.

©2018 Shawn Inmon (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Nice Twist to Middle Falls Series

I have listened to 4 of the available Middle Falls time Travel series and binged through all of them. Reaching the end is always sad because I really like the way Shawn Inmon writes these stories. I'm happy that more in the series are out there and can't wait for audible.com to make book 5 and 6 available.

The performance by the narrators have been some of the best on audible.com. Adam Verner - you rock!

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left the main story line

loved the first 3 books, but this one did not follow the story line for me.

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Horrible

I enjoyed the first three books in this series. They were interesting and were narrated well. This book had an uninteresting and ridiculous storyline and a terrible sing song narrator. The narration was grating. I’m unsure if I should listen to anything else in this series.

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Spoiler Alert - Rehash of Heinlein

Ok, this is the first time I've left a review but I felt I had to. Also, spoiler alert here too. I really enjoyed the first 3 books in this series. All the narrators were good too, as was this one. But the story is just what my title says. It's a rehash of Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. I could tell where it was headed very early in the book. I listened to it all only because I had paid for it and I kept hoping he would change course. I don't know where the rest of the series may be headed but if it's down this road I'll probably pass. If you've read Stranger in a Strange Land you can pass this by too. You already know how it ends.

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Excellent!

Wonderful, as always, Shawn Inmon! I am a big fan! I thought it was fascinating!

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Loved

Nathaniel was an easy character to like. The story had a good flow and great ending.

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Wacky departure

Enjoyed 1-3 of this series. This one, not so much. Surprised it had such good ratings. I think I'll move on to something else.

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Great story (different from first 3)/Awful narrator

I've enjoyed the Middle Falls stories so far, and this one didn't disappoint either. A little different than the first 3 but still worth it. I recommend just READING it as this narrator is god awfully annoying. He sounds like a gay christian camp counselor reading you the parables of Jesus. His tone completely ruins the story as it is just way off. Listen to a preview to see for yourself. It's distracting and annoying, and I actually think I would have liked the story more had it been narrated by someone other than a smug asshole that is satisfied by the sound of his own voice. (Example of a great narrator is the guy that does the 2nd book in this series! Loved him).

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Loved it...Thank you for writing it Shawn Inmon !

I Loved this book. Thank you for writing it Shawn Inmon ! I have read all the books in the series. I can’t wait to read the next one.

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Different from the other Middle Falls Books....In a great way!

I’ve really enjoyed the other Middle Falls books. This one is different in a great way. The main character is following the same pathway as other characters in these books, but he has something extra that makes this book addictive to read.