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Multitude

Dimension Space, Book Two
Auteur(s): Dean M. Cole
Narrateur(s): R.C. Bray, Julia Whelan
Durée: 9 h et 47 min
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Sequel to Solitude, the ABR Listeners Choice: Best Sci-Fi of 2018 

Following the incredible events of Solitude, Vaughn and Angela must probe the depths of space and time to unravel and perhaps even reverse the enigma of humanity's disappearance. But first, they must get past themselves. 

If you enjoyed Solitude, you'll love the action and plot twists in this apocalyptic epic. 

Vaughn had visions of plying the seven seas with Angela at his side. Then she and fate crapped all over his plans. Bent on discovering the truth about what happened to humanity and the rest of the world's life, Angela drags a less-than-willing Vaughn across the Mediterranean and into central Europe. However, even the overhead presence of a line of levitating steel structures and ships couldn't prepare them for what lied ahead. The size and scale of what they find in Geneva rocks them to their cores. 

Angela and Vaughn fall into the center of a world-consuming machine. While struggling to survive, they wander through a looping chain of utterly alien lands. When they finally deduce the true nature of their situation, Angela discovers a potential way out, not just for her and Vaughn but all of Earth's life. 

Angela can bring back the whole of the human race! 

But only if she and Vaughn can survive the journey home.

©2018 Dean M. Cole (P)2019 Dean M. Cole

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  • Au global
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  • Brian
  • Niagara Falls, NY
  • 2019-04-24

Cole Does It Again

Multitude was a book I didn’t even realize that I needed. It was the perfect book that hit me just at the right time. I went into it completely blind (no synopsis reading) and only had a memory of really enjoying the first book. I could barely remember what happened – other than I remember them potentially being 2 of the last people on Earth.

As I said in the review of Solitude – Cole can right. And I think he got even better with Multitude. There were scenes where if another author had written it – I think I would have been lost. But Cole was able to write it in a way that both made me feel confused but also understand at the same time. The purposeful confusion is really hard to pull off but can work extremely well in a book like this where even the main characters are confused.

I loved that even through all of the peril and issues that they were going through – they were still able to make me laugh. There was a scene where Angela is too loud and scares Vaughn and his reaction had me in stitches. And numerous other times the way that he reacted to her was just the right amount of comedic reprieve.

This was one of those books that has you on the edge of your seat for seemingly the entire book. Cole wrote Vaughn and Angela into crazy situations and after a while, I wasn’t sure what was going to happen to them. Right as they started to feel like giving up I remember thinking to myself I couldn’t do it anymore and even I as a reader needed a break. Of course, they pushed on and Cole didn’t give me much time to take a breath, but it was for the better because it made me stay up to finish that next chapter.

I remember writing that it wasn’t even the halfway point when reading Solitude and I thought I’d found my book of the year – I feel that way 4 months into 2019. I’m sure there will be other books that’ll come out later this year to challenge this but the combination of Cole’s absolute blitzkrieg writing and Whelan and Bray’s dual narration – it’s going to be a hard one to beat.

I didn’t think the narration of this series could get any better (Whelan and Bray combo) but Cole listened and they know narrator their lines instead of just bouncing between chapters. It absolutely makes this book fly by since you’re completely entrenched in what is going on with the characters.

Overall, just a fantastic book that I can’t even get into why I liked since it would spoil not only the first book but definitely this book. I absolutely flew through it and will probably pick book one back up again since I enjoyed it so much.

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  • Joel Stickney
  • 2019-04-25

Great followup to the first book

Another great listen, wish the book kept going but I guess I'll just have to wait for the next one. The narrators really bring the story to life.

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  • John
  • 2019-04-28

More Julia Whelan please

I would have liked a swap between the chapters for the main narration. I did enjoy the narrators doing the voices for the characters.. but swapping each chapter would be great.

Also the expeditionary force easter egg was good :)

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  • Keith Wesley
  • Eau Claire, WI United States
  • 2019-05-11

Somewhat tiresome

If I had to hear either character say Oh Shit it What the fuck one more time I was going to scream. I get it. Your surprised. But it just got old. The whole story could have been told in 5 chapters. The other 32 were just repetitious.

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  • Melissa and Josh
  • USA
  • 2019-05-04

A story that excels in every possible multiverse

I have been waiting for this sequel for nearly two years. To say that it was worth the wait is an understatement.

I listened to the audiobook version of this story and it was performed so well. Bob and Julia both did a fantastic job. I loved the new duet narration style used in the sequel compared to the dual style used in Solitude.

I can't go into as much detail with my review as I would like without giving out spoilers. So, let me just sum it up with Dean is a great researcher and tackled a concept that has always fascinated me in the physics realm. I have always been drawn to stories about CERN and the LHC, and Mr. Cole's work definitely piqued my interest.

On a side note, I have never related more to a character than I did with Angela and her experiences with modern cinema in relation to her educational goals. That hit me right in the feels.

This cliffhanger has me really anxious to get to Amplitude. I am hoping that it comes to fruition quickly as I want to dive right in at the soonest possible opportunity.

Another easy 5/5 from Mr. Cole.

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  • I Feel the Need, the Need to Read book blog
  • 2019-04-28

And I thought the first book was intense!

Dean Cole really ramped up the intensity in this second book! It's almost like he decided there wasn't enough tension and action and excitement in the first book so he tripled his efforts here! This was probably the fastest I've gone through an audiobook. I think the book came out like 5 days ago. That's fast for me because I usually only listen in the car. My commute and life didn't have me in the car enough to listen to this. It's funny because when I had other people in the car I was annoyed because I couldn't listen. I just had to find out what was happening.

The intrigue, tension, mystery, emotion was greater this go round. If Mr Cole is indeed increasing his game with each book, I can't wait until the next one! If R.C. Bray & Julia Whelan weren't such amazing narrators, I'd get the e-book and read it just so I can continue. Alas, I cannot do that because I owe it to them to listen to their performances. Besides, it's almost like I have a personal relationship with them now since we've journeyed so long together. We've come this far so we're going to stay the course and get through the homestretch. I can't wait for the next one. *heads over to author website to stalk his social media*

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  • Tim Exner
  • 2019-04-28

Great story

Great continuation of the original story but yet giving us something completely different. Looking forward to what's next.

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  • Jeffrey and Melissa
  • 2019-04-27

this book is fracking fantastic!!!!!

Dean creates a wicked smart universe (or should I say universe's) with his dimension space series. book one "Solitude" leaves the reader wondering where he is going with the story, but not in a bad way, with mystery shrouding what happens in book two. Multitude begins puzzling the pieces together, and in an intelligent fashion., while still managing to keep the reader thinking "WTF". Lord Bray as always does a fantastic narration, bringing the characters to life, and keeping the listener engaged in the story. Multitude brings the dimension to the space, turning on the switch in the listeners mind as to the science of the story, but does so in a way that still leaves many unanswered questions as to who is behind the curtain turning the knobs and flicking the switches. overall this is shaping up to be an award winning series, with book one already an award winner in it's own right. my advice is to pull the trigger on this series, well worth the credit, and I will be following Dean's works with great interest.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-04-24

Great book.

rc really brings the book to life. the nod to expeditionary force made me chuckle as well.

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  • Rich
  • 2019-04-24

Well worth the wait

Top 5 favorite books of all time. Waiting for the release of this audio book has been hard but it didn't disappoint. I can't wait for Amplitude. Also, I really like the back and forth narration format rather than have each narrator read a chapter and perform both voices. Hurry up and finish Amplitude I'm addicted. lol

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