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Any additional comments?
Let me throw in a little disclaimer.
I authored the final story in this Anthology, so I will not be commenting on that. However, since I had not read any of the other stories until this release, I feel it is fair for me to review the anthology as a whole.
Other than Chris Philbrook and James Dean, this was the first time I have read (listened to) any of the other Authors. They did such a fantastic job throwing their own spin into the AUD series. I really enjoyed them and it felt like an expansion of an already well developed world.
If you haven’t read the AUD series, you probably won’t understand some parts of the stories (like why people have weird dreams). I’m counting on most people have, though. Some of the stories indirectly affected the actual AUD storyline, while others were their own little spin somewhere else, affecting people you have never met.
One specific story I’d like to point out is Chris’s story “Only a few miles to home”. As a veteran, it is nice to see someone shed some light on PTSD. Episodes can be set off by one thing, or a conglomerate of things. Thank you, Chris, for that story.
James Foster did an outstanding job as usual. I was super giddy when he did Redemption and nailed the African accent. It was awesome!
Try it. Enjoy it. And check out the authors that participated in this fantastic Anthology!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I loved these shorts from Adrians world!We need more!James Foster narrates all voices wonderfully.I may have been provided this book by the author,narrator or publisher...or I may have purchased it.I can no longer remember.lol
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What made the experience of listening to Only the Light We Make the most enjoyable?
Different authors different views of the AUD world or rather what else was going on during AUD.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Only the Light We Make?
Zomie Fix, Miles from Home and Redemption really stood out to me for different reasons. Zombie Fix for it's cleverness and to me originality, Miles from Home for it's emotional intensity and Redemption because it is why i love post apocalyptic books and movies the unlikely imperfect flawed hero and the redemption of humanity.
What does James Foster bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
When I think AUD it has to be James Foster. He brings the world and the characters to life
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
I have purchased Unhappy Endings but since things got a bit screwy migrating from audible.com to audible.com.au i can't redownload it. So i will have to purchase it again when i can.