The Other

Zack Tolliver, FBI, Book 1
Narrated by: Thomas Block
Series: Zack Tolliver, FBI, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 13 mins
3.7 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The hunters noticed the circling birds against the rose-tinted sky above the rim rock and saw where the flat rays of the early morning sun glinted on something that didn't belong there, and the three of them walked that way. What they find sends FBI agent Zack Tolliver and his friend Eagle Feather in pursuit of a dangerous and powerful killer.

©2012 R Lawson Gamble (P)2018 Thomas Block

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Bad narration

Great story for this genre but narration was atrocious. His inflections were horribly off. Ruined story

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Enjoyed the story, interesting premse

R Lawson Gamble has created an interesting group of characters and imaginative take on native myths, overall an interesting premise. Unfortunately flawed by The narrator Thomas Block. Sentences, paragraphs don't flow naturally and poor differentiation of characters, confusing. The quality of the written story is five star.

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Wrong narrator for this book

Could not finish 2nd chapter. New York / northeastern accent is probably better for a noir set in a city. Navajo's sounded like Asians. Sorry, sure this guy is good for other setting than southwest indian-country

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Good Story, horrible narration

The narration of this book makes it almost unlistenable. I don’t know what they were trying to accomplish, but failed. Some people might like being talked at like two year old, I’m not one. The change of voice for the Navajo characters is very distasteful.

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a little slow to develop

like the native American theme, story a little slow to develop, a little long and I got lost in the climax