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The Interminables Audiobook

The Interminables

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Publisher's Summary

It's 2020, and a magical cataclysm has shattered reality as we know it. Now a wizard's cabal is running the East Coast of the US, keeping a semblance of peace. Their most powerful agents, Edmund and Istvan - the former a nearly immortal 1940s-era mystery man, the latter, well, a ghost - have been assigned to hunt down an arms smuggling ring that could blow up Massachusetts.

Turns out the mission's more complicated than it seemed. They discover a shadow war that's been waged since the world ended, and, even worse, they find out that their own friendship has always been more complicated than they thought. To get out of this alive, they'll need to get over their feelings, their memories, and the threat of a monstrous foe who's getting ready to commit mass murder....

©2016 Paige Orwin (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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  • Lynn Kramer
    Columbia, SC USA
    "Takes Time to Get Through"

    This book was recommended by a member of my book club. I started out trying to read the book itself without the audio. It dragged too much for me and my attention wandered. So, I switched to this version and found it flowed better though time still felt like it was grinding away.

    There are two solid pluses about the book itself: 1) story concept and 2) Istvan. The plot was engaging enough to induce wonderment about what would happen next. Somewhat at the center of the intrigue was Istvan. He was a much more fascinating character and it seemed as though the author took her time to really flesh him out (no pun intended). Istvan had a depth to him that was sorely lacking in the other characters, even Edmond, his best friend and the main focus of the plot.

    For the audio version, William Hope definitely does the book a great service with his performance, which enhanced my overall rating of the audiobook. Very solid vocalizations and tone. his 5 star narration bumped my overall rating from a 3 to a 4.

    My main issue with the book, and why I give it a 3 for story, is that there is too much expository repetition. The author continually throws the pace off by getting fixated upon the same descriptive details instead of advancing the plot with more explanation or emotional character development (for all but Istvan and some for Edmond). There was never any sense of conceit, more like the author had difficulty in coming up with some new way to phrase descriptions or a lack of what to do in place of them.

    Overall, the book is a decent first offering from a new author with interesting ideas, but faulty follow-through.

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