Brother Dust: The Resurgence

  • by Steve Beaulieu, Aaron Hall
  • Narrated by Scott Berrier
  • 11 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The world is dying at the hands of a brutal empire.
Brother Dust, a changeling born amidst a sandstorm, has seen it all before. He's watched as the heavy imperial boots have crushed dozens of planets. Watched as their drills pierce the core of a world, slowly killing it while the natives are kept docile, and compliant with the gifts and pleasures the empire brings them from the stars.
He will watch no more.
Brother Dust will use his ability to mold his own body into devastating weapons, to wage a one-man war against the malevolent High Father, and the empire's diabolical machines.
The body count is rising, but the empire must be stopped.


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Would you listen to Brother Dust: The Resurgence again? Why?

Yes, I would. I enjoyed it very much, and now that i'm more familiar with the world(s) and story, I think a second listen could be just as rewarding as the first.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Brother Dust was my favorite character, probably because of his struggle with death, morality, and interacting with those around him, and his struggle with becoming human.

What aspect of Scott Berrier’s performance would you have changed?

Overall, I liked his performance. The only thing I noticed was that most of his sentence delivery ended with the same inflection. It wasn't to the point of being distracting, but it's something i definitely noticed.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed this book. I went into it having no idea what to expect, and was very pleasantly surprised. It starts with a bang and never lets up. Great characters, interesting worlds, ideas, and creatures, and an engaging plot told at an unrelenting pace, all combined to make this a very fun read. The narrator was good; he has an excellent voice and great quality, with my only complaint being that most of the sentences ended with the same inflection. It didn’t keep me from enjoying the book it’s just something that I kept noticing from time to time. But overall, I really liked the book, will recommend it to my friends, and look forward to picking up the next entry into the series!
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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- Thugsnarf 3000


I was very confused. There wasn't enough explanation as to how Brother Dust came to be. I felt like I had been dropped into the middle of a story. I needed more background. I enjoyed the premise of the story, but I felt that the characters were not fleshed out well. They were not consistent.
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- Cinda

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-16-2017
  • Publisher: Auspicious Apparatus Press