The Adventures of Dodge Dalton on the High Road to Oblivion
- Narrated by: Jeffrey S. Fellin
- Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-05-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Sean Ellis
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Twice before, Dodge Dalton proved himself a worthy heir to the heroic Captain Falcon, but saving the world has been more costly than he could have imagined. The scars of that sacrifice have only just begun to heal when disaster strikes again. Dodge's friend Doc Newcombe has been kidnapped by a gang of terrorists who plan to use his scientific expertise to build a weapon capable of destroying entire cities.
To save his friend, Dodge will have to unravel a web of intrigue where no one can be trusted, face off against enemy spies trained in the ancient arts of stealth and assassination, and travel to the very gates of Hell.
Dodge Dalton has emerged from the Shadow of Falcon's Wings...
He survived the Outpost of Fate...
But is he ready for the dangers that await on the High Road to Oblivion?
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By Readers Together on 03-08-15
A fun, old-style adventure
Dodge Dalton is back for another adventure and this one is just as, if not, more fun than the two that came before it. I just love the characters of Dodge and Hurricane, they are fun, well written and really blend well together. The thing I love about these books is that the good guys are old-fashioned good guys and do what it takes to rescue their friends, save the world and maybe get the girl. Also, that you are kept guessing, so who is the 'real' bad guy and when all is revealed you can't help but sit back and thing 'darn, how did I miss that?' That is the effect of good writing. I really hope we see more of Dodge, his friends and their adventures in the future because these books are pure escapism.
Jeffrey S. Fellin or as I've taken to calling him 'The Voice of Dodge' delivers a fantastic performance. Really encompassing the listener in the story, not only making the characters seem larger than life but allowing the listener to visualise what is happening and feel like they are observing the story as it's happening. The performance is smooth and it's very easy to follow which character is which. I think Sean Ellis' writing and Jeffrey S. fellin's narration are a perfect blend. I really hope for more in the future.
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