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Peter Crombie, Teenage Zombie

Narrated by: Mark Blowers
Length: 4 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 11-13
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Summary

Life didn't start to get complicated for Peter Crombie until he died. After a freak accident involving a golf-ball and Peter's face, it should have all been over, but Death hadn't counted on Peter's father being a Mad-Professor. Now there's a bloodthirsty Countess on the loose, and Peter's only help is a vampire-ghost and a capuchin monkey. If only Peter could stop going 'Oooaaarrgghhh!' long enough to save the day. Being dead is less boring than expected.

©2012 Adam Millard (P)2014 Adam Millard

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Fantastic Narrator

If you could sum up Peter Crombie, Teenage Zombie in three words, what would they be?

Superb, Fascinating, Engaging

What about Mark Blowers’s performance did you like?

Mark's rendition of Teenage Zombie was easy to understand and follow; his voice seemed totally natural as if he were actually telling us a real story he recalled; it was very easy to follow the different characters when he gave each one a different voice; he wasn't too slow or too fast like some narrators I've tried to hear. He was definitely one of the best narrators I have heard, and I have listened to many audiobooks.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I wasn't sure. I actually listened to it several times because Mark Blower's made it come to life. It was like watching a move several times and seeing different things you had missed the previous time.