• The Year the Lake Went Low

  • By: Bradon Nave
  • Narrated by: Scott Ellis
  • Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 03-03-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: California Times Publishing
  • 3.9 (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In a small Oklahoma town, riddled with broken dreams and methamphetamine addicts, a young man embarks on a mission to uncover the truth behind his sister's disappearance. As he desperately attempts to come to terms with his sister's apparent death, and the circumstances surrounding it, he inadvertently opens a Pandora's Box of secrets that an array of townsmen have diligently worked to keep covered.
Based on an unwavering promise to his beloved sister, Davey will stop at nothing to find the answers he so desperately seeks. In the process, however, he quickly learns that the truth is much more brutal and bizarre than anything he could have ever imagined. As he delves deeper into the mystery, Davey is left questioning everything he thought he knew about his baby sister as he attempts to come to grips with the cruel and undeniable truth.
©2015 Bradon Nave (P)2016 Ca Times Publishing
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By Cynthia Reen on 04-08-16

The Year The Lake Went Low

I loved this book for several reasons. It had all the elements I look for in a good storyline - that which brings out a myriad of emotions - that which not only entertains, but makes me think, reflect and feel grateful for my life.
I felt the Narrator did an outstanding job in bringing each character to life. Each character was uniquely distinctive, never leaving me guessing which character was speaking. The story never got slow moving, which is another thing I look for in a good book. I felt like I was right there!
I would highly recommend this book to all adults, especially parents, and to older teens, especially those considering experimenting with drugs.

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By meredith on 03-10-16

Loved!

Loved this book and absolutely loved the narrator!! His voices for the different characters were fantastic and I knew exactly who was talking before being told! Brought this story to life so wonderfully, I couldn't stop listening.. I want more from both this author and narrator!!

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