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This boxed set includes Alpha Wolf, Lone Wolf, Rabid Wolf and Bad Wolf.

©2017 Sarah Noffke (P)2017 Sarah Noffke

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  • ldybkpr
  • 03-04-18

Good Book..Great Read!!!

If you enjoy werewolves, action, and dream travelers then this is the book for you. It has everything you would want from a book...intrigue, tension,action, and excitement. It is a complex set of characters. This is a great read if you want to be enthralled from beginning to end. A pleasure to read. I wold suggest it to anyone.

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  • maureen
  • 04-11-17

24 hours of this? No Thanks!

I found this book to be a bit juvenile and the two female lead characters were both really annoying. I could not even finish the first book, I kept finding myself daydreaming or thinking about work. It did not hold my interest at all. I was surprised because it got such good reviews. When I went back and looked I realized that just about all of the reviews state that the reviewer got the book for free for an "honest review". I can't and won't question the honesty of the reviewers but I will take such reviews with a grain of salt in the future.

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  • Lynnz
  • 28-01-18

Didn't Really Like this Book

I received this audiobook free for an honest review. I didn't finish this series. Maybe had I listened to a few of the books at a time instead of trying to go through this entire box set. I stuck it out for 21 hours, but just couldn't finish it. Going through each of the people that had been altered was just too tedious. Adelaide's character didn't really do it for me. The overall story was too disjointed for me. The narrator didn't do anything for me either.

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  • Betababe
  • 21-12-17

Werewolves and Mad Scientists

Lex Luthor and The Joker have nothing on Mika Lenna when it comes to Archcriminal Mad Scientists. A thoroughly self-centered, self-important, powerful, and nasty villain, he pursues his quest to create monsters and become ever more powerful in his own person over the span of four novels neatly boxed for you so you can blithely skip from one to the next in your own pursuit of enjoyment. I have had the pleasure of listening to the AUDIO in which narrator Elizabeth Klett captures a range of accents from Cockney to German with various U.S. regional dialects thrown in as she explores the personalities and enhances the action as nimbly written by author Sarah Noffke, with style and wit. There is something here for everyone, from werewolves to dream travelers, an underwater facility of superheroes and a hidden-in-plain-sight superlab responsible for creating superhumans and the afore-mentioned monsters. A delightful romp!

Disclaimer: "I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Mindjacked
  • 02-12-17

Awesome Escape

This is a great series merging Sarah Noffke's awesome world of dream travelers with a world of twelve genetically altered men to make them dream travelers slash werewolves. Sounds outrageous, not so much when you read or listen to this series, this author can make anything happen and have it all sound perfectly normal. Not forgetting all the action and suspense that is also going on at the same time, oh and if you are already familiar with the dream travelers, yes Ren sort of makes a appearance, if you could call it that, he never could leave well enough alone. I really like all of these books, and can not wait to see what is coming next, this has become a world that I really enjoy escaping too, and narrator Elizabeth Klett has really spun a vision for me of the institute and each of the characters so that I feel as though I am there and a part of the Lucidites, and I would thank them both (narrator and author) for the escape time, it is awesome.

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  • alias11
  • 13-11-17

Fantastic Paranormal Story!

I really enjoyed this story overall, although I almost stopped listening after the first and then again after the second books. I didn't like Adelaide or Rox and how mean they were to the men who had been abducted, tortured, and changed. The lack of empathy and kindness of the women grated on me. However, I stuck it out because I found the plotline intriguing, and I loved the men/werewolves, especially Rio and Caleb who added a dose of humor to the occasionally dire circumstances. By the end of the third book, I had gotten used to the verbal and emotional brutality of the women, and the men were strong enough to handle it. I loved the fourth book. We finally get to see a human side to the women, and the solution to the werewolf problem was logical and reasonable. Everyone self-actualizes in the end, for better or worse. The notion of another race of enhanced people was very interesting, including the idea that a member of the human "middling" race could be converted to one. The plot was exciting, and I really cared about the twelve men who were abducted and made into werewolves. I recommend this audiobook whole-heartedly.

The narration was very well-done, with easily-distinguishable voices for the various characters. The pacing was even and the tone suited the circumstances of the story.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • Karen M.
  • 25-10-17

Fun Series!

Twelve men are abducted and turned into werewolves by Olento Research. When they are finally able to escape, it's up to the Lucidites to find them before they are recaptured and used for evil purposes.

It can be a bit daunting to delve into an audiobook of this length. The story was so fun, fast-paced and laced with action, humor and a little romance that I was engaged throughout. I especially enjoyed the lively banter between Rox and Adelaide, two tough as nails agents working for Lucidite. I think that they were the real heroes and I love to see women that aren't easily intimidated. Since there were so many characters, I was glad that the escapees were introduced separately so that I could keep up with everybody. With more than 20 characters, the narrator did a phenomenal job giving each one a unique voice and she moved the story along quite nicely. I really enjoyed Olento Research Series Boxed Set and would recommend it.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This review is my honest opinion.

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  • Amanda
  • 16-10-17

A howling good listen!

All four books are wonderful and the narrator does a fantastic job. It was nice to have all four books this time instead of listening to just the first book that leaves you hanging, although this one does leave a small opening most of the characters issues are resolved. Although it is four books, it is really one long one and it is excellent. Men are abducted by a mad scientist for and turned into werewolves, the scientist also makes other creatures xman style Another group tries to contain the men and use them for good. A unique good guys vs bad guys supernatural story. Some of the characters you love to hate but they have reasons for their abrasive personalities. Definitely a good listen, and I hope to find more in this series! The narrator does a wonderful job with each character, excellent at accents, and personalities! I received a free review copy of this book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Lonnie-The GreatNorthernTroll-Moore
  • 06-10-17

Werewolves of a different flavor!


Olento is doing illegal testing... 12 men have gone missing!
Those 12 men were the involuntary subjects of an experimental process that changed them into creatures not-quite human! The test subjects manage to break out 6 months after their abductions... They don't have an orchestrated plan, only the need to run and hide, scattering as fast as they can... These men have new abilities and new hungers... 
  Olento wants their specimens back, but there is a third group playing in this high stakes game... Thus begins a fast-paced action adventure... 
  Having the boxed set was great... because one character in particular had a very abrasive manner and by the end of book one I wasn't sure that I wanted to continue, but then book 2 started calling my name!  Lol
The overall series Arc is quite satisfactory and it has a quite satisfying end...

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  • Margaret
  • 28-09-17

Refreshingly new concept

I thoroughly enjoyed these books. For me, the storyline was fresh with a new twist on werewolves.
The main character Adelaide is the exception to the rule in the dream traveling Lucidites. She is brash, insulting and straight forward and she he has a personal demon she's trying to deal with.
In comes Rox. Also a "say it like it is" character, but, she is a good verbal sparing partner for Adelaide. A relationship I found quite entertaining.
In all the books the Lucidites are trying to bring in the werewolves in the hopes to keep Olento Research from recapturing them. In almost each case the "good and bad guys" are going after the same werewolf at the same time. This was a bit too coincidental for me but then there would have been less action in the book. The end of the story could have been an easy or a difficult resolution. This series took the easy way. It felt a little abrupt but yet it was appropriate. There is also a twist at the end that could be the lead up to another book/series. Maybe it has already been written and I haven't located it yet.
I would gladly listen to or read more books by Sara Nofke- I see she has other books involving the Lucidites.

The narrator had many different accents to deal with. Not only American English and English but an English-speaking German accent, etc. Although the German did not sound correct to me (she did a way better job than I ever could) it did not detract from the overall story at all. All the characters voices were discernible and enjoyable to listen to. I'd love to listen to Elizabeth Klett again!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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