Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Trackers 3 The Storm (ADULT AUDIO)

Raven and Colton are still trying to protect their home and loved ones in Estes Park Colorado, Charlize is finally reunited with her son only to leave again to try and help her bodyguard Al find his sister.  But what all three find is much worst than can be imagined.  While they might be able to save some, hard decisions will have to be made and they will have to be the ones to make them.
Out of the three books so far I think this was also the hardest one so far.  There are so many wonderful (and a few not so wonderful) characters, and so much suspense  and action you won't want to uncover your eyes, so maybe you should just get the audio narrated by Bronson Pinchot.  This is a awesome  audio Mr. Pinchot does a awesome job with all the voices, I really like his Raven, and makes you feel as you too are part of what is going on and there with everyone, only you don't have to eat the MRE's, woo hoo.  It really is a great audio if you get the chance to try it out, if not the book is always waiting for you by the Creek.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Hell Divers II Ghosts (ADULT AUDIO)

Hell Divers II picks up ten years after Hell Divers I, Tin goes by Michael, when he can, now that he is a grown man and the Commander of Hell Diver Raptor team.  There is a new Captain and he has almost all the people believing that there might be a way they can be saved.  But when Michael finds out about transmissions the Captain has been keeping secret, well Hell Divers dive so humanity can survive, so they dive but will team Raptor survive?  Michael knows the risks especially after X.
Hell Divers create their own amount of action and suspense but Nicholas Sansbury Smith has added a few extra surprises in there just to keep things fresh, I am starting to think he stays up late at night thinking of new ways to keep us entertained, and I am ok with that. :)  Also, oh my gosh if you happen to get the  audio narrated by  R.C. Bray you are in for a treat, he does the best Divers around, he has voices for everyone.  He is so good at this he makes you feel as if you are there and part of the team, it is well worth a listen.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Neanderthal Opens the Door to the Universe (YA)

Cliff Hubbard, nicknamed Neanderthal, is a huge kid, 6'6", 250 and no he doesn't play football, actually he hates football and especially the star quarterback.  But when said quarterback comes back to school after a accident with claims of a near death experience in which God himself told him he needs to team up with Neanderthal to complete this check list of things that will make their high school a better place for everyone.  A lot of things change, but you will have to read the book to see if they change for the better or not.
This was a really good book, I know the cover is a bit different as is the name but this is one book you do not want to judge by the cover, it has a strong and powerful story inside that is amazing a nd wonderful for all teens to read, the troubled or the popular, I think any and all can find themselves in one character or another and see how it is they need to be to make things better for others, like I said this is a very powerful book for all, so take the chance on the insides of this interestingly named book, I don't think you will regret it.

Sunday, June 3, 2018

The Jonathan Shade Series 1-3 (ADULT AUDIO)

 This is one great series I am hooked!  It was hard to stop listening once I got started.  Jonathan Shade lives in two worlds the normal human world that we all know and the magical world that we would know nothing about, for instance one of his best friends and secretary (kind of) is a ghost.  He has been to the underworld and come back.  He can't use magic but he is immune to it.  But Jonathan's day job is a private eye, usually to the normal people, that is the way he likes it, but every no and again when the magical walks in, like his ex, things get very messed up.
This was a awesome audio, narrator Joe Hempel does these great voices for each characters that makes them easy to differentiate from one another, he draws you into the story by painting a picture and makes you feel as if you are really there with Jonathan.  I can't wait until I am able to get more