Into the Aether: Part One and Two

  • by T.C. Pearce
  • Narrated by Suzanne Elise Freeman
  • 9 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A scared teenager, Lara must battle her own inner demons while being stalked in her nightmares by an all-too-real monster. She has only two options: run or succumb.
A courageous woman, Cybil is doing her best to piece together a new life free of her abusive husband. She is cursed with confused glimpses into future events she may not be able to change - including her own death.
An honorable warrior and the reluctant leader of her people, August must undertake the familial obligation of protecting a seemingly ordinary high school teacher. If she shirks her duty, then the world will fall to a preternatural tyrant in search of a long-lost weapon of immense power.
Their stories weave together to reveal a mysterious supernatural world that hides just beneath our own.
As chaos swirls among and around them, the three women must put aside their differences and act together or watch two worlds collide in a deluge of fire and blood.

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Intricate and Well Written

What made the experience of listening to Into the Aether: Part One and Two the most enjoyable?

This book is a rarity. It has an extremely good story performed by an outstanding narrator.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Into the Aether: Part One and Two?

The ending where Greg runs into the cops from the hospital is very satisfying. But the scene where Laura is initially drawn into someone else's dream is also very well-written. The final fight scene is incredibly memorable and well-done. Sylvie finding the Instrument and the scene in the Antique bookstore is completely original. This book is filled with excellent scenes and just plain good writing.


What does Suzanne Elise Freeman bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She does a fantastic job. So good that after the first chapter, I ceased to notice her. I was simply wrapped up in the story.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, the intricate story draws you in. The different threads are skillfully woven together to create an excellent sci-fi/fantasy tale.


Any additional comments?

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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Into The Aether

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It took me a bit to get into this book. For a while I wasn't quite sure what was going on. Each chapter in the beginning is from a different characters viewpoint and there are a lot of characters, for me it just felt disjointed. Things started to make a little more sense and started flowing smoother with the story starting in chapter 6 which is almost 2 hrs into the book. The dream sequences can be confusing at times. Even with a rocky start the story slowly and continually pulls you in and weaves an entertaining, interesting and unusual story.

The story shifts between the lives of August, Cybil and Lara until their paths eventually cross and pull the story together. Mythological beings as well as hybrid humans living/hiding/fighting in, around and among the human world. Things are not always as they seem. There are two sides to every story.

Suzanne Elise Freeman did a good job with the narration. Pleasant voice very easy on the ears. Good character voices. Clearly spoken with a smooth even pace. Some parts of the narration that are not a character speaking are a little monotone/flat at times, but overall was enjoyable.

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom

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- Lori

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2015
  • Publisher: T.C. Pearce