I Was a Secret Weapon

  • by Richard Sabia
  • Narrated by Mark F. Smith
  • 1 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Communists never have a chance. They are prepared to fight with atomic weapons. The U.S. instead uses... Dolliver Wims, history's first recorded person capable of turning other people accident-prone. Wims is a walking disaster who never gets caught in the shambles he creates! With great good humor, Sabia turns his lens on what might have happened had the Cold War gone hot!


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It was the Reader in the Studio with the Mic

He killed the book right in front of my ears. I couldn't even get through the first paragraph. Normally, I give a book or movie 20 minutes, but the fake Southern accent was so far off the mark that I knew the publisher didn't care too much about this one. I only gave it average marks on the "Overall" and "Story" in order to warn others who are particular about their dialects. Perhaps some day when I'm taking more prozac or drinking more, I can revisit it and put aside my disdain for the reader's lack of prep on that one voicing.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-24-2011
  • Publisher: Spoken Realms