A supernatural thriller with a vigilante twist.
They say suicides are damned for eternity. But if possessing the bodies of violent criminals is Hell, then Dan Jenkins will take it. And he does every time a portal arrives to whisk him from his ghostly exile.
Dan rides the living like a supernatural jockey, pushing out their consciousness and taking over. He doesn't know where their minds go while he's in charge, and for the most part doesn't care. He's just happy to live again.
Normally, before the villain returns to kick him out, Dan dishes out a final serving of justice and leaves the world a safer place. It's one of the rules if he wants more rides, and he's happy to oblige. For a part-time dead guy, it's a pretty good gig.
And then he meets her.
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One of the greatest narrations I have ever heard..
Riveting story by a great writer, naturally that is where my Amazon review was focused…the remainder of this review will be an attempt to describe how picture-perfect narration and near flawless audio production brought the story and characters in this novel to life.
I have 70+ audiobooks and I never write reviews, but this performance is unquestionably one of the greatest narrations I have ever heard…with the likes of Frank Muller, Barbara Rosenblat and Stephen Fry. The vocal performance transformed spoken work into a movie reel playing inside my head. I have read books I couldn’t put down, but this is the first audiobook that engrossed me enough to lose sleep over until I was finished…at 2:45 AM to be exact.
I am eager to discover more of Steve Phelan's narration work online, or for his next audiobook release. Right now I do not see other audiobooks under Steve Phelan’s hyperlink (on Audible at least). For me, narration really is what makes all the difference. You need the story AND the storyteller to create a masterpiece…this audiobook has both. Truly a work of art.