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Mark Taylor: Genesis

Mark Taylor Series, Prequel
Narrated by: Daniel Penz
Series: Mark Taylor, Book 0.5
Length: 4 hrs and 35 mins
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Summary

In this prequel to M.P. McDonald's Kindle best seller, No Good Deed, find out how Mark Taylor was gifted with powers to change destiny. What drove him to risk his life for others, and why did everything go so wrong on that fateful September day?

©2012 Mary McDonald (P)2014 Mary McDonald

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  • Zenman
  • 08-11-15

do not read this first

this is a nice plus is a nice plus in this series but it is not a great book just start out with read no good deed first even the second book before listening or reading the prequel

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  • Debbie
  • 25-03-15

Cheesy and Poorly Written

I stuck with this one until the end, but it only got worse . . . the narration was nails-on-the-blackboard irritating . . . needless to say, I won't be listening to any more in the series.

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  • Connie
  • 09-07-15

Ok story

Might even have been a good story with a different narrator. The constant shift between loud narration and the whining whisper of the main character distracted from the story. It also made the main character sound like a spoiled child especially in scenes with his father. In fact, he sounded so inept I'm amazed he could run his own photography business without an assistant let alone actually save someone's life. I'll pass on the rest of the series.

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