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In the void between universes, a secretive organization called the Tuners works to maintain peace in the multiverse. The stability is threatened when a group of religious radicals seek to burn all those who do not believe. Jon Xiong, a 17-year-old from Montana, gets caught up in much bigger problems when the cult members appear at his home. The order wants him because he can distinguish the subtle differences of the cosmic background noise between universes. He can tune, and now he is a foot soldier stuck between those who would maintain order in the universe and those who would destroy it. Some gift tuning turned out to be.

©2020 Aaron Frale (P)2021 Aaron Frale

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  • Norma Miles
  • 03-24-21

"I'm looking for a man."

Told at least initially in the first person, Tuners introduces a very interesting idea, that not only do multiple universes exist, it is possible to move between them for some people, those who have the rare ability to hear and recognize the different sounds each one makes

Although he does not yet know if, Jon is one such person..Just 17, having been brought to America by his Chinese father, the whole fami!y running from something or someone. His mother and sister hadn't made it. One afternoon in the Mall, Jon sees and follows a fair haired woman only for her to disallear. And so begins his journey, and battle, in other worls.

Narration is by Sean Winkless Hall, who reads well, his pleasant voice easy on the ear. The writing, also, is in a relaxed and easy style but, after an initially intriguing start, and an ironically humorous attitude, it becomes more banal and, sadly, predictable. Lots of priestly posturing and dastardly doings. A fun young adult story with promise - but, sadly, not for me.

My thanks to the rights holder of Tuners, who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary copy via Audiobook Boom. I'm sure this would appeal to younger, teenage readers but not so much for .