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A Step into the Dark Audiobook

A Step into the Dark: Ollie Wit, Book 1

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Ollie Wit is the strongest Shadow Walker born in decades, but it's a gift with a steep price. Walking in the Shadowlands can bring untold powers and spells, and even greater risks. Every step into that other world brings her closer to the monsters that have haunted her since a child, destroyed her family and wreaked havoc all around her. Kane knows Ollie is the key to getting the spell he needs and he's the answer to ending her torment. But it's a bargain that brings her closer to her own destruction. Even if she succeeds, will she be able to walk away from the newfound power that comes with walking in the Shadowlands?

©2017 Donna Augustine (P)2017 Donna Augustine

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  • Robin G.
    15/08/17
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    "Narrator was awful"

    The narrator really distracted from the story. Her voices for all of the characters were very cartoonish. Her voice while narrating Ollie's first person POV was a cross between sultry and surfer dude, but when Ollie spoke it was a totally different voice, making her sound like a strident, petulant, bratty 16 year old. The two very different voices for the same character really took me out of the story. Plus, none of the other characters' voices sounded like real people. Very childish and buffoonish. Can only recommend the print version of this book, not the audio version.

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