Adrift in the Time Stream

  • by Roland Yeomans
  • Narrated by Al Peterson
  • 8 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A ship lost in the Bermuda Triangle.
Nearly half of its passengers the living dead or something even worse.
One Texas Ranger on a hunt for a mysterious killer now must protect the living against...

Revenants (the truth behind the myth of vampires),
Kali's nymphs (flesh-eating insects),
Kali herself,
The Amal (living shadows who drain men of their life force),
Coyote (Native American trickster and chaos bringer),
The Gahe (soul-drinking demons of Apache myth).

The last voyage of the Demeter is not a pleasure cruise. It is not even the stocked pond that the undead aboard believe it to be. It is the beginning of "The End of All Things."
Unless one cursed Texican can fight and win his own personal Alamo - even though winning it will cost him all he holds dear.
Come aboard the doomed Demeter and sail with her into the depths of madness in Adrift in the Time Stream.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Why bother?

What would have made Adrift in the Time Stream better?

Starting at the beginning instead of assuming we knew what the author was trying to tell us.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

His monotonous tone without character and emotion. I have heard recipes read with more passion. I lasted only thirty minutes and have now deleted the book.

Any additional comments?

A waste of money!

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- Peter

Worst voice-actor I've ever heard.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

A voice actor who actually knew how to act, or at least sound like he gave a care about his performance. Or maybe someone actually listening to this before releasing it and realizing how bad a job he did.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Al Peterson?

Anyone without a lisp, a heavy accent, a lack of desire to do a good job, but most of all not someone who suffered from all of the above. In fairness, his lisp and accent might not have been too bad, except he kept speaking in a constant speed, tone, and pitch no matter what he was actually reading. It all just blended together into something unintelligible.

Any additional comments?

Always listen to the audio sample. I'm going to go see about getting this book as an actual book because I thought the story sounded interesting, but I couldn't make it three minutes into this guys horrible performance.

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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-01-2015
  • Publisher: Roland D. Yeomans