Succubus Tear

  • by Andreas Wiesemann
  • Narrated by Dara Rosenberg
  • 15 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"I, no - I mean, I was speaking to someone else," Cain blurted.
The winged woman lowered her face as it filled with desperate longing and horrible resignation. "I understand." She raised her eyes to Cain. He could see her tears pour upon her face. "I am so sorry that you had to endure this intrusion of my hell into your perception. Forgive me, I will not hold you here." She turned around and started to walk away.
A harsh internal turmoil erupted in Cain. He felt her despair and desperation flow over his reluctance and selfishness like a wave crumbles a wall of sand.
It's just a dream, right? I can live with condemning a figment of my imagination, right?
The place where the world, and all its knowledge ends, is the place where the wonderment of faith begins.
And where they meet is often the place where the greatest stories of love, redemption, and life are formed and shaped.
In this story, we follow Cain Lamentson, an Atheist paired, and Bound to a Succubus he named Al'bah.
Together, they will be the herald of a destiny transcending everything either of them knew. A story that goes beyond. From the depths and darkness of hate, and pride. To the heights of faith and true love....


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Customer Reviews

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Couldn't ignore the bad narration.

The author had very kindly given me this book for free. My review is unbiased though.

I had always read thriller / sci-fi books, and hence I was excited to get my hands on a book of a different genre. I was a little skeptical but gave it a shot. The story started just fine, but the narration sounded very ammature. For example, "voices inside head" are recorded by speaking in a large empty hall. There are random volume drops. There are mismatching background score at random places.

I kept giving a chance, listening to 30-60 minutes a day. But after the 3rd day, it got quite boring and distracting for me. Or maybe it's just me, because I'm not used to this kind of storytelling. It's just not for me.
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- Bikram Agarwal "Listening to audiobooks for few hours everyday since the start of 2017."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-18-2016
  • Publisher: Andreas Wiesemann