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  • Unhallowed

  • A Novel of Widdershins (Rath & Rune, Book 1)
  • By: Jordan L. Hawk
  • Narrated by: Joel Leslie
  • Length: 8 hrs and 35 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (29 ratings)

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Unhallowed

By: Jordan L. Hawk
Narrated by: Joel Leslie
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Summary

Monsters. Murder. Librarians. 

Librarian Sebastian Rath is the only one who believes his friend Kelly O’Neil disappeared due to foul play. But without any clues or outside assistance, there’s nothing he can do to prove it. 

When bookbinder Vesper Rune is hired to fill the vacancy left by O’Neil, he receives an ominous letter warning him to leave. After he saves Sebastian from a pair of threatening men, the two decide to join forces and get to the truth about what happened to O’Neil. 

But Vesper is hiding secrets of his own, ones he doesn’t dare let anyone learn. Secrets that grow ever more dangerous as his desire for Sebastian deepens. 

Because Kelly O’Neil was murdered. And if Sebastian and Ves don’t act quickly enough, they’ll be the next to die.

©2020 Jordan L. Hawk (P)2020 Jordan L. Hawk

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Great listen and interesting characters

Really enjoyed this book. A very good story and well narrated. Looking forward to the sequels.

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brilliant

totally unexpected and totally compelling. I loved every minute and can't wait for the next one. Joel Leslie was wonderful as always.

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Enjoyable Story

A well written story with and interesting  concept.  The characters are likeable and the narration is very good.

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Okay..

It starts out well. The mystery, the atmosphere, the characters, the narration -- all elements are in place for a good story. But halfway through, personally, I got bored and disappointed. A lot of the mystery was revealed in dialogues and letters, not in action.
I didn't get a feeling that characters' past had any effect on their actions, or that they were grown men at all. They were forgiving, soft and needed to run to 'mommy' to solve their issues. Sure, I appreciate fluffy stories too, but then it's better not to squeeze darkness into character's past that will be but a paragraph of exposition.

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