Eight years after the war with the Alotans, Jake, Teddy, Gris, and Dru are the only survivors of Tom Callahan's squad.
They're gathering for their annual reunion - but this year a new face wants to join in: an Alotan going by the name of...Tom Callahan.
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Quick action and character filled story
War memories, Aliens, Friends
No. P.J. Ochlan is a new narrator to me. But I enjoyed his voice as well as others I've heard. The narrator has read it to compliment the writing with his innuendos and speech annunciations - like he's living the moments.
I like the narrators voice and reading of this story. The pacing and vocal attitude for each character and happening were well orchestrated. He even talked in different speech patterns for the characters and their species. I could almost hear the narrator on a tv show - maybe Defiance or something.
By the end of the story I felt the closeness of the crew that was formed from what they lived through at war. How they are like brothers.
This thing is too darn SHORT.
I know John; listening to his stuff narrated by someone else was good - I've listened to his ENEMY LINES, which he recorded himself, about a year ago. His own reading voice is interesting, mind you, but the new voice was different enough to keep up the interest.
Jake, the narrator. Seems like a realistic portrayal of a case of what my father's generation would have called "combat fatigue" or something similar.
The setup, in the little bar/store in Quebec cottage country ... I know places like that.
Veteran's reunions can be fun ... NOT THIS TIME.
That would practically have to be an animated flick. It would make a great anime.
- Amazon Customer "The ol' Red Lion"