Axis of Aaron

  • by Sean Platt, Johnny B. Truant
  • Narrated by David H. Lawrence XVII
  • 16 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ebon Shale is desperate to forget, but terrified of being forgotten....
Desperate to forget the sudden death and illuminated betrayal of his new wife and longtime girlfriend, Ebon Shale flees to the quiet seaside town of Aaron, a place that's been calling him back since he was a child. But once there, Ebon feels lost. The small town's citizens are as odd as its energy, and seem to shift the reality before him.
Will Aaron help Ebon forget, or will it swallow him whole?


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Doesn't measure up to the hype

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I have listened to season one of The Beam and also Yesterday's Gone. This was my third attempt at a Truant/Platt book, and I honestly do not understand why the authors have such a devoted fan base. They have some really creative ideas, but their writing is sloppy and rushed, it's repetitive, does not have good flow or character development, and although the story starts out promisingly enough, it quickly devolves into a tangled and incomprehensible mess. The story feels contrived and disjointed, and based on my experience with the other books of theirs I have listened to, this seems to be their characteristic writing style. Other people might love it, but it's not for me. If you have tried any of their other books and been similarly frustrated, be warned that this one is not any better. I'll be returning this book as soon as I post this review.

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- Nicole

Stupid Waste of Time

I sat through half of this trying to like it.
It was like "come on...give me SOMETHING!"
It is NOT like The Matrix. As one other reviewer stated.

I like these Authors- but NOT THIS BOOK!
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- Fred Gronvall

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-25-2015
  • Publisher: Sterling & Stone