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Summary

Four years after the destruction of the planeport, Earth remains cut off from Heaven. The angels and demons are in disarray, lacking direction and leadership. Someone has to step up and take control, and that person is...Mercury?

But when the demoness Tiamat finds out about Mercury's plan to reestablish contact with heaven, all hell breaks loose. Mercury finds himself at the center of a plot to rewrite Earth's history, and the only way to stop it is to travel back in time to prevent the plot from coming to fruition. Along the way, he accidentally travels to multiple parallel universes, meeting several alternate versions of himself and tearing a gaping hole in the fabric of reality.

Will the universe survive? Will Mercury be trapped in prehistoric Africa? Will we ever find out who Mercury's favorite Gilmore Girls character is? Listen to Mercury Shrugs to find out!

©2016 Robert Kroese (P)2017 Robert Kroese

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Absolutely dreadful narration... I've had enough

Not gotten anywhere near finishing this book, and quite frankly I don't care. I love the first three books who I believe were narrated by Kevin Stillwell? Which were great. Book 4 narration was not great and really let the book down, but the narration for book 5 is really bad. As someone else put in their review of this, "the people sound either irritatingly stupid or like aging queens" and it was completely true, they do, and it's intolerably irritating to the point where I'm abandoning the book. If you read my review Robert, take my advice and get the original narrator back, as your sequels are being flushed down the toilet by narrators that are inappropriate for your books.

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  • Kurtis Karr
  • 29-10-17

Enjoyed the series until now. Bad new narrator.

Every character either sounds like an aging queen or is ridiculously annoying. Couldn't finish book due to irritation level induced by narrator.

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  • Taylor S
  • 21-02-18

Character voices absolutely horrendous

The story was acceptable, not the best one in the series. However by far the worst part of this book was the narrator. I would rather listen to the narrator just dead pan the voices than the than have to sit through that again. Definitely recommend the series, however pick up the hard copies after the third book when Kevin Stillwell stops narrating.

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  • Jackie Fenton
  • 27-04-17

What happened to narrator Kevin Stillwell???? He

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

Just started it and very disappointed in the new narrator!! Not sure if I will finish it.

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