• by Daniel Humphreys
  • Narrated by J. Scott Bennett
  • 6 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Son of a witch.
Family drama is bad enough without adding magic and human sacrifice. Ten years ago, Paxton Locke's mother killed his father in a mysterious ritual that - thankfully - went incomplete. Now, Paxton makes his living as a roving paranormal investigator, banishing spirits while Mother languishes in jail.
When a terrified ghost warns him of a dangerous, newly freed entity, Paxton faces a fight far beyond simple exorcism. In a battle for his very soul, will he be able to endure - or simply fade away?


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I must admit this book turned out quite different from what I expected. From the summary I was expecting it to be more ghost focused, and while there were definitely ghosts involved, it was more magic centric. That being said, it was still quite an interesting tale. I don't want to put in any spoilers, but Paxton, the protagonist, has had quite a rough life and one heck of a twisted family situation, and in a way I am mad at the author for how he only teases us with Paxton's mother. That being said, he must be doing something right because I want to know what happens next.

The book is narrated by J. Scott Bennett, who once again does an excellent job and he is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. He has a unique voice with a smooth relaxed delivery.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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- Amazon Customer

Kept My Interest

Fade was a good story that kept my interest and my mind did not wander. J. Scott Bennett did a nice job as narrator with proper inflection and distinctive character voices that were easy to follow. Paxton was a likeable lead and I look forward to more of his story.
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- Michelle Titherington VanDaley

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-06-2017
  • Publisher: Daniel Humphreys