• by Neal Pollack
  • Narrated by Jeff Cummings
  • 7 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Through strange metaphysical circumstances, failed screenwriter Brad Cohen finds himself caught in an infinite time loop, forced to relive the first forty years of his life again and again. Each "repeat," Brad wakes up in the womb on what was supposed to be his fortieth birthday, with full knowledge of what's come before. In various timelines, he becomes a successful political pundit, a game-show champion, a playboy, and a master manipulator of the stock market, but none of them seems to lead him out of his predicament. As he realizes he wants to break out of the loop and find the love of his life - the one he hadn't appreciated the first time around - Brad tries, fails, and tries again to escape the eternal cycle of birth and rebirth. Repeat answers the question: If you could live half your life over, would you do things differently? Be careful what you wish for! Repeating is enough to drive a dude crazy.


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Poor Vulgar REPLAY knockoff...

NO SPOILER: REPLAY by Ken Grimwood happens to be my favorite read of all time... and I have read more than 300 books in the Audible library in the last several years! Since Replay was written in the 80's, I was hopeful this would be a modern similarity, HOWEVER, the deluge of vulgarity and illicit sexual content ruins this REPLAY wanna-be. I am not a prude for expletives when called for (war, crime, etc.), but this was TOO much. I barely made it to chapter 8 and when the protagonist re-enters puberty through detailed masturbation techniques, I just lost the remaining desire to continue listening. Authors - YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE VULGAR TO BE RELATIVE! This is too bad because the author is clearly witty and has some great humorous lines. The narration was also very poor for the women's roles and again, the amount of foul language diminished the real content I was reading for. I would NOT get this book. Instead grab REPLAY by Ken Grimwood or LIGHTNING by Dean Koontz and enjoy. If any of this review was helpful, please click YES below. Later.
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- avoidthelloyd

Similar to Replay - But needs some work

This was fun book that is a similar storyline to Replay. However, the conversation is a bit stodgy at times and this story does not go into as many specifics through each timeline as Replay. All things considered, this is a good time loop story, but not the best I've listened to.
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- Chris "Audio book lover with sci-fi leanings"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-24-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio