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Summerhill

Narrated by: Jeremy Sewell
Length: 7 hrs and 33 mins
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Summary

Summerhill is a dog with a problem: He isn't exactly sure who he is. Living alone in a desolate world as its only inhabitant, he has no memories of his previous life - only the tantalizing clue that the answers he seeks may lie with a mysterious woman named Katherine, the hostess on a cruise ship that sails between dimensions.

But Katherine has problems of her own, and if Summerhill wants her help in unlocking the secrets of his past, he'll have to help Katherine deal with hers.

Together the two will travel to different worlds, different times, and different universes in a journey where the possible and impossible can be tough to separate, and where the rules of reality can change as easily as weather.

Please note: This time-travel story intentionally includes chapter numbers out of sequence. It begins with Chapter 2.

©2013 Kevin Frane (P)2015 Jeremy Sewell

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  • Bree
  • 02-10-15

A wonderfully inventive science fiction adventure

This was a wonderfully inventive science fiction adventure, spanning across time and space. The characters and locales were fresh and creative. The narrator did an excellent job portraying the various characters.

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  • Brandon Nedrow
  • 08-11-19

Epic

It's a fantastic and fun space and time travel adventure with quirky characters and lots of heart.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-06-19

a most peculiar tale of the impossible unfolding

this is one of the most unique stories I've read in a long time. a journey mutch confusing at first untill it all starts to fall into place.

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  • Jay C
  • 12-09-17

Pleasantly surprising

Was kinda hard to get attached at first, but quick grew to become enthralled with the story enjoying how the story unraveled itself to me.

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  • Nakota
  • 28-06-17

What's a time traveling doggo?

A big ol' dimension jumping pupper!

Summerhill uses the same story mechanics as Dr Who or Rick and Morty, but in its own way. You will be transported to many magical places in your mind as you listen. It's a great book, highly recommend.

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  • Johnathan
  • 18-07-16

Quite a trip

Summerhill is a science fiction novel that it quite the mind teaser. It always makes you actively looking for answeres and stuff. If you're into a long fantasy adventure this is it

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  • Ben Leggiero
  • 02-06-15

Astounding

I can't believe how engaged I was with this story! I got through it in 2 days, faster than any other audio book, and can't wait to listen again, something I've never wanted with any other book, traditional or otherwise.
I can't tell if I want a sequel or if it's perfectly self-contained, but I know I love it.