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Twist of Fae

Vegas Fae Stories, Book 3
Narrated by: Andrew Troth
Series: Vegas Fae Stories, Book 3
Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins
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As an ex-cop and PI, Robert Hoskins thought he'd seen it all. Then, while working a simple case, his world changed. The next thing he knew, he was battling wizards, demons, and even the occasional dragon.

Now, with government agents closing in on him in the human world and the ancient dwarves threatening the Fae lands, he's got to prepare himself for his most daunting task of all: telling his adult children they are the descendants of Greek gods!

But there's more going on than even Robert can imagine, when a visit to Fae uncovers hidden secrets that could change everything. To Robert, family comes first, but this time his adventures are a little too close to home.

©2015, 2016, 2017 Tom Keller (P)2017 Tom Keller

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Another great !!

Wow I'm really loving this series ..it has everything magical in it..this series has me hooked..love Charlie the talking dog!!

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  • Kathryn
  • 07-01-19

Lost Opportunity

I really don't understand why Keller doesn't spend the time to write more depth and richness into his story line. The premise of this series of a well established retired cop now detective living a normal human life only to find out he is not only a Fae but High Fae provided a rich opportunity for a great series. Instead, Keller's stories feel like outlines or abridged stories. There are opportunities for tension and suspense but they are squandered with quick resolutions written in sentences rather than paragraphs or chapters. Due to the lack of depth, briefest of descriptions, and lack of full character development, even though told from 3 different first person perspectives, I really don't care about Roberts daughter or son - they are simply there, pawns in the story line but not people I care about as the story unfolds and moves. The book really does feel like an outline and not a complete story. Very disappointing - I was so hoping for a good urban fantasy series with characters that i cared about, a series where I just couldn't wait for the next book to be published. Sadly after listening to the third in this series, the quality of the story telling has actually declined, the story has become skimpier and my interest in the characters lost. Regarding Audio quality since book 2 was horrible - the quality of the narration and recording is similar to book 1.

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  • Walter W. Chu
  • 12-01-20

Don’t Get Me Wrong

I like how the story runs, though I have to admit it has become a bit convoluted. That tends to be the sad side effect of these sort of books. We escalate quickly and in a direction that changes the whole nature of what originally I thought was going to be the premise of the books.
In that vein, what do these stories have to do with Las Vegas? After all, it’s even in the title?! As much time as these stories take place in Vegas the town for all this activity could have been Caribou, Maine. Or even Limestone, Maine. There’s a happening burg.