A Kiss Before the Apocalypse : Remy Chandler

  • by Thomas E. Sniegoski
  • Narrated by Luke Daniels
  • Series: Remy Chandler
  • 7 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Boston P.I. Remy Chandler has many talents. He can will himself invisible; he can speak and understand any foreign language (including the language of animals); and if he listens carefully, he can hear thoughts.
Unusual, to say the least—for an ordinary man. But Remy is no ordinary man—he’s an angel. Generations ago, when he was known as the angel Remiel, he chose to renounce heaven and live on Earth. He’s found a place among us ordinary humans, with friendship, a job he’s good at—and love.
Now he is being drawn into a case with strong ties to his angelic past. The Angel of Death has gone missing, and Remy’s former colleagues have come to him for help. But what at first seems to be about tracing a missing person turns out to involve much more—a conspiracy that has as its goal the destruction of the human race. An only Remy Chandler can stop it.


What the Critics Say

"Fans of urban fantasy and classic detective stories will enjoy this smart and playful story." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great story worth the listen!

Where does A Kiss Before the Apocalypse rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

My wife and I have listened to many audiobooks of the same/similar genre and we've loved this one the most.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

The plot kept us listening til the end just to see if Remy was successful in his quest.

Which character – as performed by Luke Daniels – was your favorite?

Our favorite character/s had to be Remy and of course Marlow.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

We laughed at some of the witty remarks the characters made. The epilogue actually moved my wife to tears.

Any additional comments?

This is one of the best audiobooks we've listened to in quite a while.

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- Christopher

Interesting Concept

It is an interesting concept. I do not understand why the author has to portrait everyone in the book to use so much profanity. I can see trying to make certain characters seem like they are tough guys, but even the good guys have foul mouths. Didn't quite get that.
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- Richard

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-15-2010
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio