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Find out just what the creature is, what it wants, and why it loves stale, wet hotdog buns.
What if there was something that only one of your senses knew was there? How far would you trust yourself to find out the mystery of what lurks just outside our ability to detect it?
Six strangers are interrupted form their daily lives when they find out that they can detect a hidden creature in their city with only one of their senses. What exactly is this creature, and what does it want?
Chasing down the entity with sight, smell, taste, sound, touch, and intuition, these ordinary citizens will discover that in this world, there's something more than what meets the eye.
Follow Mark, Phillip, Samantha, Tristin, Miranda, and Gwen as they try and discover the mystery of why they seem to be the only six people in the city who can detect a possibly dangerous threat.
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- Kelly Kenrick
Well, that was different
I received the audiobook in exchange for an honest review. I had listened to another of Wisteria Jones' books prior to this, and while I enjoyed the book itself, I wasn't impressed with the narrator. This time the narrator was wonderful. The book starts off with a young photographer going about the city taking pictures, and discovering something on the pictures that lead him all across the city. Each section of the book then dealt with a different character and a different sense. The final chapter has quite the twist to it!!
Really enjoyed the book. Very nice listen.
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I was puzzled by this book.
The narrative voice was odd, reminiscent in moments of the awkwardness you can find in the trope of someone trying to fit in as a human. "Yes, fellow human, I too enjoy flavorful food!" (Not a quote from the book.) And by the time I finished listening I wasn't sure if those odd quirks were on purpose or not. A couple of actual examples from part one is the narrative describing the character grabbing his "expensive camera" and uploading photos to a "social network." It wasn't wrong, just somehow *outside*.
Having said that, I found the actual stories to be kind of charming. The main characters all possessed a slightly nervous disposition, were good-natured, and were in some fashion down on their luck, so it emphasized a pattern in the storytelling with a common riddle until the final part, where some of that riddle is unraveled, which sets up a probable sequel/series in the making.
The narration was well recorded, and seemed to fit the mildly formal tone of the prose.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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