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Wererat

Written by: Jonathan P. Brazee
Narrated by: Seth Paul
Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins

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Sending up for Seth....
©2012 Jonathan P. Brazee (P)2016 Jonathan P. Brazee

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  • Ian
  • 2016-03-19

Tedious interspersed with good moments.

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

It's like watching two snales hurtling towards each other on a collision course. Better make a cup of a coffee because it's gonna take a while.

What was most disappointing about Jonathan P. Brazee’s story?

There were good moments...in fact there is probably a really great novella in this book. It's like the book has been padded so it just scrapes over the line into being a novel. Problem is, all that padding is as boring as bat sh_t.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

One would hope not.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Maybe. Hopefully after a vicious edit.

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  • C. E. Wright
  • 2019-12-11

Good coming of age stort

This is not a typical Brazee kick ass and take names kind of story. It is one of overcoming a percieved handicap. A family that is a touch dysfunctional and how that person adapts overcomes and enriches his life and those around him.
I was not too pleased with the ending and indications that there was more to come not a cliff hanger but not a clear ending.
Seth Paul did an excellent job with dialects, men women and children's voices. To me his range is freaking fantastic, kudos. Seth really gave life to everything and every character in this paranormal story.