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After winning the New Hampshire state lottery, Brent Brook treats himself to a new satellite dish and discovers a channel dedicated to the strange happenings. Hundreds of miles away in Virginia, reporter Marc Dazet stumbles upon the story of the most recent lottery winner and sets out to track down Mr. Brook as an interesting piece. Far away from the watchful eyes of the media, the Johnsons, a relatively normal military family, are called away to help serve their country at a far-off military base. The orders? Unclear. However, their move has future implications that will change the course of history forever. In time, their lives and their families' lives are thrown out of balance, and the truth is revealed.
One thing is for certain: We are not alone in the universe!
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By Audio Audits on 07-11-17
The reporter and family man Mark Dazet thinks he’s got a hook for a good story about lottery winner Brent Brook. But he finds a story bigger than any he could have imagined. One that hits a little too close to home!
What an enjoyable story! Sure, this tale could stand to be fleshed out a bit more, but I found Author Bryant Johnson’s story intriguing. It has quite a twist to it! If you’re looking for a quick sci-fi book to pass a few hours this book fits the bill!
Narrated by Neil Keck. He is a new narrator to me and he did a good job. The audio quality isn’t the best, but it doesn’t distract from the telling of the quirky little story.
This audiobook was received in exchange for an unbiased review!
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By Ben Robart on 12-06-17
An absolutely gripping book, must listen
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I most definitely would - It's one of the most gripping reads (listens) I've had in a long time, and the author (Bryant Johnson) deserves a lot more recognition.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Dialogue Prompt: "We Are Not Alone in the Universe!"?
I don't actually think there was one particular moment that stood out to me - The entire book was such an incredible one that I feel I'd be doing it an injustice to recommend one part over another!
What about Neil Keck’s performance did you like?
I feel like his voice was very well adjusted to the style of the book - He did an excellent job of keeping me hooked, and the quality of his performance throughout was flawless.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I think the author's own tagline would be perfect - "We are not alone...". It's ominous and gives any potential viewers an idea of what they're in for.
Any additional comments?
You need to go out and listen to this right now - The author has the potential to be hugely successful if enough people catch on to how great their writing is!