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Summary

It started as a subtle whisper. It grew into a roaring, laughing maniac. The voice inside Jonathon Browne's head grew so loud that it took him over, both mentally and physically. The worst part is he knows who the voice belongs to, but can do nothing to stop it. His mental intruder hijacks his body, takes it to his top-secret government office, and spills blood. With a looming battle within, Jonathon must get control and escape from his own team before they execute him. Will a life in exile be his only choice? Or worse?

©2017 Andre Gonzalez (P)2017 Andre Gonzalez

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We're in this together ... Chop, chop

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A well written, engaging short story of the last three years of the life of Jonathan Brown. It is, simultaneously, amusing, sad and creepy. The audio version is read by Andre Gonzalez, who does an adequate job but, unfortunately, has a nasal twang to his voice plus his intonation towards the end of most sentences, irritatingly rises or falls, giving a robotic impression. This vocal distraction made it hard for me to simply sink into the story and so lowered the rating.
Probably best to read rather than listen.

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  • Joel J.
  • 30-01-18

GIVE ME MORE

Where does A Poisoned Mind rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

As a short story, this one keeps making me want more in a good way. I want more of the story. I want to know more about the characters I want to get more into the details and how all of it played out. It was a great short story that left me wanting to hear what happened next.

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Poisoned Mind?

The moment when the main character first notices he no longer has control is in my mind the most terrifying and memorable.

What about Nicholas Santasier’s performance did you like?

I like the enthusiasm that Nicholas brought to this narration

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

spectating your death

Any additional comments?

I think the story could have been roughed out a bit more. More Character dev, more plot dev, etc but as a short story, it stands on its own. Give me more from Andre Gonzalez

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  • Diane Padilla Gutierrez
  • 21-12-17

An excellent book!

A smoothly flowing and slightly unnerving story. I would recommend it for fans of ufo fuction. Mr. Gonzalez is one of my favorite authors. I highly recommend that you read some of his works!