Delirium Tremens; or, The Timeless Skies Incarnadine

  • by Jason Huza
  • Narrated by Jeremiah James
  • 10 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Delirium Tremens; or, The Timeless Skies Incarnadine is the story of two men navigating the American frontier: Traxton Rhodes, a fearless scoundrel living only for the day, and Alistair Harris, a British aesthete in search of constant perfection. Together they turn the Wild West on its head and form a friendship unlike the untamed era has ever known.


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What an amazing and enjoyable surprise!!! I laughed out loud!!!!!!

This book was nothing but a pleasant surprise! Author Jason Huza does a twist on a classic western and comes up with a hysterically witty story based around 2 reluctant friends and a cast of interesting characters. I found myself laughing out loud as I listened to this book. This was only heightened by the incredible reader, Jeremiah James. James took on separate voices and accents for dozens of characters which only added another level of humor and enjoyment. This was an absolute joy to listen to and I hope there will be another installment of Delirium Tremens read by James in the very near future!!
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- Carrie Nelson

Lovely story, amazing performance!

Delirium Tremens is a book that really surprised me. In the beginning, it appears to be a typical saloon style western, making the reader think it intends on remaining surface level emotionally but action packed and thrilling. However, the story and relationships develop in a way that is honest and exciting, and all together unexpected; like something out of a Jane Austen novel. But don’t expect the adventure to dull either.

The performance by the reader, Jeremiah James, is also surprising! He moves in and out of all the different characters like they had been living inside him forever - and there are quite a few! Each voice is unique and specific, which allows your ear to relax, knowing you will always be aware of who is speaking, since the book bounces between different narrators and has a lot of moving parts. I grew found of each character and when it was over, began to miss the sound of their voices, like missing old friends.

Overall, the story is fun and surprisingly touching, and I am excited to read more by this author and hear more by this reader!
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- Susan C.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-30-2017
  • Publisher: Outside the Box Productions