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Tribe

Narrated by: R.C. Bray
Length: 10 hrs and 36 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (130 ratings)

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Helen defends herself during an attempted robbery.
Helen credits Henry and Sarah for helping her stop a criminal attack.
Henry and Sarah discuss demigods and help Helen.

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  • Helen defends herself during an attempted robbery.
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  • Helen credits Henry and Sarah for helping her stop a criminal attack.
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  • Henry and Sarah discuss demigods and help Helen.
Jeremy Robinson

About the Creator

Jeremy Robinson is the New York Times best-selling and #1 Audible best-selling author of more than 60 novels, including Infinite, Project Nemesis, Alter, and The Others—winner of the 2019 Independent Audiobook Award for Science Fiction. Several of his novels are in development as movies and TV series and have been published in 13 languages. When not writing, he can be found illustrating monsters, kayaking the lakes of New Hampshire, gaming online with fans, or spending time with his wife, three kids, and his golden retriever Kenobi.

About the Performer

R. C. Bray has narrated over 300 audiobooks. He is the recipient of multiple industry awards including his Audie award-winning performance of Andy Weir’s The Martian, which continues to help make it one of the best-selling audiobooks of all time. When not skiing black diamonds backwards, enthralling onlookers with his parkour skills, and charging hard in the North Shore, R. C. can be found spinning yarns to make himself sound so much cooler than he truly is. He lives in New England with his gorgeous wife and three beautiful children.

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THIS... IS... SPARTA!

What a rush man... It's fast, snappy and Mortal Kombat brutal laced with dark intelligent humour. Henry is now one of my favourite characters. His deadpan fearless dialog is just fantastic. Jeremy Robinson's usual pop culture references are sprinkled throughout the dialog along with some absolute epic one-liners. RC Bray's narration is world class as always and there's an awesome guest appearance for the Brayniacs out there.

The blurb says a mix of 300 and John Wick. I can absolutely see that, but would also add Percy Jackson in there. "... stared at me like I'd farted out a smurf" almost made me crash the car.

I can see this one pulling in more awards for these two.

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Another Outstanding Collaboration

Once again, Jeremy Robinson and R.C. Bray have collaborated to deliver outstanding entertainment!

Imagine your worst day of work. Now add in an annoying, impulsive teen. No, not just the typical impulsiveness almost all teens are prone to, but the kind where the kid not only doesn't fear consequences, but doesn't have the capacity to even feel fear. Yeah, Sarah's day is THAT bad, and it's still early in the morning. But wait, it gets worse!

Sarah (20) and Henry, the aforementioned teen (17), have their fates entwined for the second time in a single day when their chance meeting at a Boston bank unexpectedly involves four armed thugs. As it turns out, these guys are part of a cult, one with a surprisingly large following throughout the city. As you might expect with a cult, Sarah and Henry catch their interest and are then on the run for their lives. Things haven't even begun to get weird yet!

Jeremy Robinson is one of the most exciting, creative authors of our generation. He blends fast-paced stories with surprising elements, and a healthy serving of mythology, monsters, or both. His pop-culture references, past and present, also provide ample humor to his tales.

R.C. Bray is fantastic. His portrayal of the characters is excellent, especially with the uniqueness of Henry. For anyone who is an avid fan of Bray, there is a special cameo of one of his most popular characters to look forward to. It is great to see authors supporting one another in their work, particularly when we fans get a bonus treat.

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super fun book

this was a really fun book to listen to. Jeremy always comes up with crazy stuff and it's awesome. also, Bray fans may notice a little cameo. 10/10 needs to be continued, maybe a trilogy?

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awesome ride!

Jeremy Robinson coupled with R.C Bray. what more could you possibly want? Outstanding writing that has mystery action and a whole lot of laughs. I could relisten to this novel over and over again. Actually I think I'm going to do that now. highly recommend this to anyone who is a fan of Robinson or the lord Bray.

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Wow

Mr. Robinson and Mr. bray absolutely crushed this one. It’s fantastic, not my normal genre of book but this one proves any well written well preformed book is worth the read/listen. The banter of the protagonists and the creativity of the story are fantastic. If you like expeditionary force, or anything else Bray, do yourself a favor and pick this one up!

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Skippy, is that you?

Ok, first of all, if you have listened to the Expeditionary Force series, you're in for a treat of an easter egg.

I'm a big fan of Robinson and I admit this story line was clever and unique. However, this is one of the few where that little piece of magic that kept me hanging on the edge of my seat just wasn't there for me.

Let's start with the good. Bray, as always, was superb. The premise of this book doesn't really remind me of anything else I've read or listened to which is hard to come by so props for originality. The characters are likable and I cared about them. There is ample opportunity for comedic relief. If you're into mythology at all, there's a lot of fun references and symbolism in here.

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There are some drawbacks that kept me from giving a higher review. First of all, the fight scenes got a bit monotonous and repetitive. I also felt like Robinson missed an opportunity to really draw the reader/listener in by not interspersing the tale with bits of character experiences on the cult side or from Helen's side or even Linda's side that could have filled in more back story and made the action and fighting feel like it was broken up into more palatable chunks. Robinson could have added some flashbacks to Sarah's parents or Henry's life before this crazy chain of events. It could have added a bit more dimension to the story than just good guys fights bad guys then repeat. I just started to feel like the book was about fighting and not about the underlying story. It started to feel like the fighting wasn't being used effectively as a device to further the plot and build momentum but that it was just about the fights. I think Robinson missed a big opportunity to give us more depth by passing up those additional character development opportunities to give us more substance. I still finished it rather quickly but I didn't ever get that rabid "can't put it down" feeling.

I also just finished the Expeditionary Force series that Bray also narrates and there's an easter egg for those of you that have enjoyed that series. Since I listened to it so recently, I thought for a moment that my app had glitched when I heard the voice of an old 'friend' from that series.

If you like books with lots of action and fight scenes, you're in good hands. I think Robinson could have really made this great with a bit more effort on filling in backstory and character development but it was still entertaining and enjoyable. The inclusion of mythology was fun. I only wish robinson had given us a little more depth in the character development.

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hold tight

his books are a roller coast ride and the narrator is perfection. enjoy the ride

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Wow!!!! Great book!

Another great and entertaining book by Jeremy Robinson! It was a great story, solid characters and left me wanting more! The performance by RC Bray was on point, and I was not disappointed. Please please Jeremy, give us more Henry in a sequel!!!

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New Twist on Greek Gods

I loved listening to this book. it was full of historical/mythological facts that no one really pays attention to today. Using young people as the main characters was great! Full of humor (which is a must for me) and believable acts that you expect from teens. Very good story!

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Robinson/Bray do it again!!!

what a fantastic book! I mean, damn dudes! this book has more twists and turns than my favorite curvy motorcycle road, plus it's seriously unique. tons of action, blended with humor and wit. Jeremy Robinson could easily turn this book into a series of he wanted to, or just leave it as a stand alone, but I want more! R.C. Bray is fast becoming the greatest narrator of our time. he is incredible at bringing characters to life, and in this book we get a special treat with a beloved character from a different best settling novel that Bray narrates (that's all I'll say) get this book!!!!!

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  • Darren Matthews
  • 12-05-19

loved this story

this is now one of my favourite books.
I was gutted when this one ended and hope it makes a series as I really want to know where these characters can go and do.
it was really funny and well written and performed and the skippy reference was an awesome touch.

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  • Dan
  • 12-04-19

Sublime

I cannot in all good conscience, NOT start the review without special mention to chapter 52! I nearly dropped my banana!

This book has a quick-paced, deep-dive into the lives and woes of some very relatable characters that you genuinely care about within the first few chapters. Sarah is all of us, and Henry is the all of us we either try to hide, or wish, at times, we could be.

Love, love, love.

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  • Oliver
  • 12-04-19

Awesome!

Was not expecting it to go in the direction it but was pleasantly surprised when it did. Action packed with some comic relief and of course faultless narration by R.C.Bray

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  • paul sparks
  • 12-03-19

Good not great

This book is lifted higher by the superb narration of RC Bray, the story itself is enjoyable but is a rehash if other stories that use the pantheon of gods of ages gone, for me the best parts were the interactions between Sarah and Henry, the author could put those two in any genre of book and I would willingly buy it

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  • Dave Gibson
  • 11-30-19

WOW!WOW! And WOW!

This is an incredible book. I can only liken it to the film Wanted and The Matrix all in one. I have never listened to a book that has the same rush as watching a top action movie.

The excitement is incredible, the characters loveable and believable. The story, on par with that of Inception, the adjustment bureau and Bourne.

Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant!

Robinson and Bray were made for each other, like Taupin and Elton.

Thank you so much, I haven’t enjoyed a book like this for a long time.