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Tales of the Invisible Hand

Written by: Miles Holmes
Narrated by: Eric Jason Martin
Length: 14 hrs and 4 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Journey to high-flying adventures in an age long forgotten by modern man! Tales of the Invisible Hand begins a saga of arcane technology, mighty empires, and ancient conspiracy before the dawn of civilization, a saga that will shape our world.

For the unlikely pair of Zekh and Gaur - a rookie pilot eager to prove himself and the Neanderthal inquisitor he is tasked to deliver - a routine diplomatic mission becomes a baptism by fire. A flight deep into untamed territory to investigate unrest among the primitive tribes exposes an ancient menace and ignites a chain of events that will forever alter the course of human history. With the future of mankind hanging in the balance, the mismatched travelers must overcome their differences and learn to trust in each other's instincts if they want to have any hope of surviving.

©2016 Privateer Press, Inc. (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • Michael McKee
  • 2016-12-14

Great sense of wonder story

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Anybody who has a sense of nostalgia for mid 20th Century pulp Sci-Fi would love this. People try to write stories the way they used to be and are uniformly, wooden. They try too hard. Tales of the Invisible Hand, on the other hand, is just a fun story that doesn't try to be more than it is.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Tales of the Invisible Hand?

I was captivated from the first scene where our hero tries to be cool with his revolver and completely misses his target.

Have you listened to any of Eric Martin’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is my first from Eric Martin. I'll be happy to listen again.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I wouldn't say extreme, but I did chuckle at Zekh's attempts to be cool.

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