• Tangle

  • The Quest for Truth, Book 4
  • By: Brock Eastman
  • Narrated by: LC Kane
  • Length: 12 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 01-10-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crimson Pulse Media
  • 4.6 (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Wikk kids have been separated on their quest to find humanity's home planet. Reunited with his parents, Mason makes new friends and clashes with old enemies on board the sinister Ubel ship, the Black Ranger. Meanwhile, Oliver, Tiffany, and Austin race to rescue their friend Ashley from a toxic moon and find themselves in more trouble than they'd bargained for.
©2015 Brock Eastman (P)2018 Brock Eastman
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By Marie on 02-10-18


I loved how complex the plot became in this book. The characters weren’t all exactly what we thought, but some of the puzzle pieces are really starting to connect. Can’t wait for the last book.

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By Krista Jasper on 02-08-18

Krista Jasper

Although Tangle is #4 in the series, I was able to understand and enjoy it without having read the previous installments. I was aware that there was some information that would’ve been helpful, but not enough for me not to understand what was going on in this particular story. It does make me want to go back and read the previous instalments .

Brock Eastman has creatively taken the message of eternal life and placed it into a science-fiction story. This inventive telling in no way diminishes the message, but captures the imagination of the reader and invites him/her to be open to what seeing things in a different perspective. The message is received and the story is well written.

L. C. Kane narrates the pieces and is able to put forth many voices that the reader can easily identify. The sound effects are very “low tech”. Kane sounds them out from the text. If there is one drawback, that is it. The story is science fiction, so the sound effects should be more than the narrator saying “toot toot” (just an example). I do not put this drawback on Kane. She worked with what was available... her voice. However, the producer should have offered something more savvy, more sci fi sounding.

In all, I enjoyed the book. It ended abruptly, so one would have to follow the characters into the next story to find out what happens. A few threads were completed, but many were not.!i received this audiobook, at my request, from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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