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The Turning

The Forsaken Series
Narrated by: Hannibal Hills
Length: 12 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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He had escaped the horrors of the last few months. He started a new life with his new family. His life was returning to normal, his scars healing. Until they found him. After his loved ones were taken to their world...to their horrors. 

Now, Jake must follow, hoping it's not too late. But will he reach them in time...before they are turned against him?

©2018 Creativia (P)2019 Hannibal Hills, Phil Price

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Jake Travels Again

Recommend reading book 1 The Unknown to get the full effect of the characters have to say I enjoyed this book more as it follows Jake and family thru different portals in the forest trying to destroy evil vampires and creatures. As in 1st book there are many character and stories within stories (which could be confusing at times). The primary characters are Jake, Kathrine, daughter Alesha, Father Eddie and Doug. Recommend to anyone who enjoy supernatural with vampires and travel thru portals good against evil. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you!

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Great Story!

This isn't your ordinary vampire tale. The writing and narration combine flawlessly to totally immerse the listener into the lands that the characters traverse. I wasn't fortunate enough to be able to review book 1, but that didn't seem to detract from the ability to thoroughly enjoy book 2.

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Perfect for sci-fi lovers

This book makes you question everything you know about the world. Makes you wonder about the unknown and brings you into the world of the paranormal. If you like the world of sci-fi and paranormal enthralled in a mix of great story this is the story for you.

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  • JEYCEE
  • 03-14-19

The Turning

The Turning which is the 2nd book in the series is more dark than the first book. More worlds. More vampires. I like how the story continued. How the characters were drawn closer.

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 03-11-19

Interesting

The first thing to note about book two in ''The Forsaken'' trilogy is that the first five hours are rather tedious, it starts out just fine with Father Stephen venturing through the gate in the Lickey HIlls but rather goes downhill from there until around five hours in when it picks up a little more speed and finally becomes really interesting at around eight and a half hours. The first section is mostly interplay between Jake, his family and some other interested parties, it builds the story though so this is all required material to lead us into the main part of the story which has a very exciting but quite abrupt finale.
The second thing to note about this book is that there is considerably more swearing than in the first book, this does not bother me but may bother some.
The third thing to note is that the writing style is not always perfect, it contains lines such as ' you're even stupider than I thought' and this line was uttered by Father Stephen who is an educated man so it's not in character.
The final thing to note is that Mr Hills narrates it perfectly again, so the first five hours fly by and I cannot wait for book three to be released in audio because I simply have to listen to it.

I received my copy free of charge in exchange for my frank and honest review.

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  • Simon Gibson
  • 03-08-19

Through The Doorway To Terror

Once again we must go through the doorway into the darkened world of horror where terror exists at every turn. Vampires, humans, a witch and others combine to create this reality with great characters, a plot line constantly twisting and turning to keep the listener fully engaged. The narration brings everything to life. It is all here, adventure, love, loss, terror and an enticing ending.

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  • TerryHeth
  • 02-27-19

Excellent

Phil Price has given a great follow on with this book.
All the characters (creatures included) are full blown people.
I really like the police officer, can’t comment more on him, & of course the new family is adorable, you can’t help but root for them.
The vampires, they’re in a whole other standard in these books.
I’d love to see this on tv actually I think it would play out really well. A good gripping nail biting story
The narrator does a great job, the voices & nuances just roll along.
Excellent audio & to read.

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