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Number of the Beast

Paladin Cycle, Volume 1
Written by: Max Redford, Lita Stone
Narrated by: Ian Murray
Length: 12 hrs and 8 mins
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An epic supernatural thriller that not only bends space and time, but also genres.

When a cosmic war brews between the Zodiac races and their gods, the life of a young waitress from small-town Texas becomes the key to saving or destroying the multiverses. All hope may depend on a young warrior from a secret faction that has been fighting against cosmic evils since the fall of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Set in the contemporary US, this epic supernatural thriller series crosses multiple genres, including fantasy, mystery, thriller, horror, erotica, and romance with seamless transitions. It features a sprawling ensemble cast of all ages, races, and even species. It is genuine fiction with all the genre trimmings thwarted.

Warnings: Listener discretion is advised! Mature content: adult language, graphic (sometimes twisted) sex, gore, and violence.

This is audiobook one of the Paladin Cycle series. These are not stand-alone works.

©2018 Aconite Visions (P)2018 Aconite Visions

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  • pondo
  • 2019-06-29

I'm in awe of this Production!

First let me say, please click on my name to see what my reviews are. They are real and I have never been compensated or gotten a free book for a review. Normally when I listen to a book any sound effects or music or whatnot always seems to be a detractor. This book is chock full of sound effects, but the narrator times his vocalization to perfection and it makes for a fantastic performance. This Production is crazy good! These people put an extraordinary amount of energy and work into this show (and it pretty much is a show). The story is an easy listen, put your thinker on hold, and go along for the ride. I was moderately invested emotionally in the characters. So overall this is definitely worth the credit. And all us Audible listeners should experience this exemplary performance (kinda like you have to see the grand canyon)