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The Foxhole Court

All for the Game Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Alexander Cendese
Series: All for the Game, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 43 mins
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Neil Josten is the newest addition to the Palmetto State University Exy team. He's short, he's fast, he's got a ton of potential - and he's the runaway son of the murderous crime lord known as the Butcher.  

Signing a contract with the PSU Foxes is the last thing a guy like Neil should do. The team is high profile, and he doesn't need sports crews broadcasting pictures of his face around the nation. His lies will hold up only so long under this kind of scrutiny, and the truth will get him killed.  

But Neil's not the only one with secrets on the team. One of Neil's new teammates is a friend from his old life, and Neil can't walk away from him a second time. 

Neil has survived the last eight years by running. Maybe he's finally found someone and something worth fighting for.

©2013 Nora Sakavic (P)2018 Tantor

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This book makes my heart ache (in a good way)

This book makes my heart ache (in a good way).
And it healed me. I have read the books in paperback format and fallen in love, now I get to do it all over again with a narrator that isn't a construction of my own imagination.
Do yourself a favor and take a chance on this gem of a masterpiece, a slowburn that will scorch you to the core if you let it.

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LGBT

As someone who has owned the physical and kindle books for a good 5 or so years now, I'm going to say this: I've been waiting for the audio versions for so very long that this sorta feels like a dream. On that note, I've got some warnings to pass out to those of you on the fence about this series.
1. It is an LGBT series. Two of the main characters end up in a 'relationship'. There isn't anything porny, but they do end up doing things. That's more on book 3 though, so read at your own risk and know what you're getting into.
2. This series, maybe not book 1, but definitely 2 and 3, should have a lot of warnings in them. Trigger warnings pertaining to Rape, Torture, Drug and Alcohol abuse, and a couple more (Like seriously, on Tumblr there is an entire list of warnings that might keep you from reading the books)
3. Despite all of the warnings, it is an amazing series. If you've ever been down on your luck, if you've ever had possibly the worst moments of your life happening all at once and leaving you at your version of rock bottom, you'll connect and fall in love with these characters. Each one has a past and each one has suffered for it, it's what makes them Foxes in the first place. This is their second chance, their third, fourth it doesn't matter, as long as its one chance more than what the rest of society has given them.
4. Suspend your disbelief about Andrew's drugs. its a made up drug and the effects aren't pretty, but they are consistent. It induces a sort of manic euphoria that makes it hard for Andrew to keep focus, or to remain 'down' for too long. It forces him into a constant sort of high.

On that note guys. I fucking loved this story, but it does not belong in the relationships and romance sections. Hell maybe not even the teen section. I'd sorta understand it in the sports section, or the LGBT, or whatever. I love it, it was worth it.

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Poor Narrator

The story was but the narrator's male voices were indistinguishable and his female voice were a joke.

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This book floored me!

A friend recommended this book to me, and while unsure at first I was soon sucked into the twisting story and beautifuly harsh characters. It captured me, and I'm IMMEDIATELY starting book 2! If desprate high stake competition pitted on damaged, dysfunctional teammates with life or death consequences sounds good to you, I suggest giving this book a go. The relationships between these characters that are strong yet broken just beneath the surface, is heart racing, and I can't wait to see how everyone grows, facing such dire challenges.

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Great story, amazing characters, fantastic narrati

I read these books last year and now I'm loving the audio! Can't wait for more!

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Wow!

I was extremely happy to see this on Audible and immediately bought it! Everything about it was fantastic and I can’t wait for the next book!

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Enthusiastic recommend

I discovered this book years ago and endured the agonizing wait between the publication of the books. I’m so excited to discover this audiobook version as print isn’t easy anymore. I am really hoping the others will be coming out soon. Meanwhile I am going to tackle my ebook copies again.
I really love this series and have reread it several times. It struck a chord, but I cannot comment eloquently about it. Please read someone else’s 5 star review for why I love it so. Highly recommended.

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I NEED THE NEXT ONE!!!

I've read this series several times and I loved the audio. i just need the next book. PLEASE!

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you gotta check it out for yourself

“It’s about second chances, Neil. Second, third, fourth, whatever, as long as you get at least one more than what anyone else wanted to give you.”

reread august 2018 (my fourth read of this book)
can't believe i read this book again, but the audiobook just coming out it's totally justified! right??

wow man i loved it so much more then i thought i would! at first, i didn't like the narration (just different than i thought it would be) but i got used to it and they did a good job with it overall. i can't wait until the other books come out on audio!

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exyellent!

favorite book ever! not let down at all. I like the voice actor too. he could make andrew sound a little colder and more emotionless when he is sober though. that way theres a clear difference between the two. but overall I love it :)

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  • Linda R
  • 09-05-19

Good story, meh narrator

I liked the story, characters and dialogue and I'm interested to see where it goes.

HOWEVER... I wish they had cast a younger man to narrate the 18-year-old main character who now he sounds about 40. And the narrator's female voices sound like constipated gremlins; genuinely awful and extremely embarrassing.

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  • Cameron
  • 03-28-19

Quite enjoyable, extremely engaging

Second read through of this book and i have to say the second read was just as good but in a different way as all good books should be

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  • Loulou
  • 03-06-19

Fabulous story

I absolutely loved this trilogy when I read it last year. I was unsure about the narrator, as I'd not listened to him before, and I wasn't convinced his voice would work for Neil. But he did a pretty good job, and I had no trouble getting into the story again. I did get a little confused trying to work out who was speaking a couple of times (quite common when the author hasn't stated it, and relies on new speech marks in a conversation to tip you off), but I had no trouble getting invested (again) in the story, and that's always what I want. I have the next one ready to go!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-17-18

Excellent

Really loved it. Excellent performance by the narrator. Looking forward to the audio version of book two.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-12-18

Amazing

loved it sooooo much I finished it within a couple of days. Would definetly recconent

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  • FENARETI
  • 07-08-19

meh

I was kind of disappointed by the story of this book. It kind of feels like nothing happened. I did listen to the whole thing within two days. But it feels so incomplete. I would even dare to compare it with a fanfiction. And I found the sport games so so so boring. But that comes from someone who finds action sequences boring so keep that in mind. The story was simple and I was expecting the romance to blossom from the first book of the trilogy however it did not. At all.
Dont mistake me for a hater though, I am now on my way of purchasing the second book. I am just dissapointed.
And I also listened to the second half of the book in almost twice the reading speed, hoping to get to the good parts... but there were none. It stayed so flat.
But the romance potential makes me intrigued to continue the trilogy. Not gonna lie if I didnt ship the pair I would not continue the series. I am talking about Neil's future romantic interest who shall remain nameless for the shake of this spoiler free review.
The narrator was basic but alright.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-23-18

the Best

the voices were n o t as i imagined them but the story was fantastic i love all of the foxes so much and i hope they are all happy. i cannot wait to hear the riko roast™️ after hearing neil SMASH him on cathy’s show. thank u nora for the best angsty gays around.

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  • Kelly
  • 02-28-19

Great Series

I love the All for the Game series - I've read all 3 ebooks in the series, and recently noticed that a narrator who I've enjoyed listening to on other series narrated them, so I've one-clicked all 3. One down, Two to go :)