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Publisher's Summary

Robert Tracy is spirited away from his own execution. A top-secret government project makes him an offer he can't refuse: work for us or disappear permanently. With no choice, he embarks on a mission to undo a terrorist attack that has already occurred, by being sent back in time 36 hours. But all is not as it seems. Soon, a conspiracy at the highest level of government to seize total power over the country threatens the second chance at life he has been given. Not knowing whom he can trust, he must fight to survive and save himself, as well as a woman in the past who was drawn into the battle for the very survival of the country. Spanning both time, and the width of America, 36 is a unique thrill ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
©2016 Dirk Patton (P)2017 Dirk Patton
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By Kyle on 08-04-17

Worst narration yet

I love Dirk Pattons books and have everything he has written. 36 was such a cool book to read and the character development was great. Listening to the book however has left me hating the main character and thinking everyone is a whiny whimp.

This is truly my favorite time travel book and it ties in with the voodoo plague series but the narration is the worst of the 500 audiobooks I have heard

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By itinerant on 06-23-17

Where did this guy learn to read?

I doubt I'll stay with this book long enough to know how good the story is, because the reader is so inept it's painful to listen. He doesn't know how to intonate dialogue, saying every appositive 'I said, 'she said' like a complete sentence, between portions of an utterance. It's nuts.

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