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A serial killer strikes every 12 hours. A vampire takes lives at random. At first glance these tragic incidents seem unrelated. But Special Investigations Unit agents Sam Ryan and Gabriel Stern trace them both back to a military base known as Hopeworth. Is the murder spree part of a cover-up? And are the vampire killings less by chance and more methodical?
The investigation takes an eerie, personal turn when Sam discovers a connection between herself and the victims - and a clue to her own mysterious origins. With the violence escalating and the danger drawing closer to home, the stakes are raised, and the mission changes from seeking justice to ensuring Sam and Gabriel's own survival. And the one person who seems to hold all the answers - about Hopeworth, about Sam's past - is a mystery man she isn't sure she can trust. They share a psychic link through her dreams, and he once saved her life, but he may just be the greatest enemy humankind has ever known.
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By Jessica on 09-19-16
What did you like best about Generation 18? What did you like least?
The storyline/mystery is interesting
How could the performance have been better?
The author talks in a monotone the majority of the time. When she does decide to do accents, they're complete off and horrible. I'm fairly certain she means to do Australian accents and they come across British or Scottish. AWFUL.
Do you think Generation 18 needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes, it ends completely abruptly.
By Debi on 06-04-15
Story is great - the narrator is terrible
What did you love best about Generation 18?
It's a good read and keeps you wondering "who dun it" all the way through.
What did you like best about this story?
It's a good story line.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Very monotone, hum-drum and she doesn't really differentiate her voice for the different characters. I almost wanted to return the book because her voice just drones on and on.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
I will never buy another audio book with Molly Elston as narrator. I love Keri Arthur's books, but she needs better narrator's.