• Skypunch

  • The Skypunch Chronicles, Book 1
  • By: Logan Castle
  • Narrated by: Kyle Tait
  • Length: 9 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 10-06-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Logan Castle
  • 2.9 (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's New Year's Eve and I've only got my fourth drink to keep me company....
I'll be honest; I've made some terrible choices in my life. Decisions I knew were wrong, but I made them anyway.
My most recent transgression, however, was by far the worst and also the reason I was burying my face in alcohol on a night where I should've been celebrating. What did I do, you might be wondering? I cheated on the love of my life, the only woman who ever really understood and accepted me. And now she's gone.
No, this isn't the story about how I joined some 12-step program and turned my life around. It's not even the story about how I won the girl back. But it is the story of what happened next: when the hands of the clock tattoos on my forearms began to turn.
It was on that night when I began to realize everything I thought was true, really wasn't. It was the night that redefined reality as I knew it, the night when I stared into the abyss...only to see my own face leering back at me.
Since then, I've done the unbelievable - I've shattered the barrier separating time and space; I've visited strange worlds and walked in alternate realities; I've been to the place where time itself stands still. And I've beheld the vastness of the Multiverse, the roof under which countless worlds exist and endless possibilities become reality.
You're probably wondering how some jerk like me could've landed such a cool gig? Well, it's not really all it's cracked up to be because the Multiverse is under immediate threat of annihilation and I'm caught in the eye of the storm.
My name is Isaac Kent. And this is my story.
©2017 Leon Cohen (P)2017 Leon Cohen
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By James on 10-19-17

Ok, get to the point.

This book is so disjointed, it takes an hour for the MC to have a few drinks and do some drugs... no joke. It goes on, and on, and on, and I found my concentration drifting away for minutes at a time, only to return to the story to find it's STILL on the same scene, noting having happened.

How many times this author can explain colours flashing before his eyes... I'll never know because this is an obvious RETURN. Thank you Audible and your Platinum Membership. I can't imagine being stuck with this paperweight.

The narrator is confident and does a fine job with the material he presents. I would listen to another book read by him.

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By Margaret on 12-23-17

an interesting idea but takes a bit to get there

The beginning of the book is definitely wordy. He describes his girlfriend (and how he messed up) way too much. Originally, I thought she was his wife til out of nowhere he mentions kids and I backed up to see if I missed something. Nope. The exwife and kids are tossed out without prior explaination.
I found the explicit sex scenes unnecessary and not in keeping with the rest of the book. An hour could probably be shaved off the book without causing any disruption. Swearing is present but not excessive.
Several times I had to re listen to many parts trying to keep some handle on what was happening. The story seemed disjointed but, farther into the book things started to come together more. The periodic chapters with the old man and the robot make sense since there is a event happening (while our main character is wallowing) that he's unaware of and of course, for a while, he has no idea why his reality seems to be morphing. Nearing the end, we get a big reveal of how all fits together.
Despite the effort to get there, the last third of the book really got me intrigued. The abrupt ending was, well...abrupt. I am curious however, if the next book continues on like the last bit of this one, then I look forward to reading/ listening to it.

The narrator did a good job reading this book. He has a good pace to his reading and voiced the women well. I have not listened to him before and would again.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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By Norma Miles on 01-11-18

What is this? Where are we? Who are you all?

New Year's Eve and Isaac Kent is alone in a bar full of celebrating couples. He'd blown it with his long time love. He's about to do so again ... Except he might just have to save everything.

Poor, self pitying Isaac. He is in for the ride of his life, or should that be lives? He doesn't much like himself. He likes himself even less when he meets him. This is a book about time and the breakdown of the Axis of Time itself. Fast paced, with excellent characterisation especially of the main protagonist, where extraordinary things are about to befall a rather ordinary male.

Kyle Tait, as narrator, becomes the beset Isaac as his world explodes around him. Tait's very pleasant well modulated voice captures the character perfectly through all of his misadventures, and he is equally good voicing the other protagonists, including the elderly Timekeeper and his robotic KT1. An excellent, well paced and very easy to listen to performance.

My thanks to the rights holder for the complimentary copy gifted to me, at my request, via Audiobook Boom. It was a very enjoyable time travelling romp and I look forward reading the next book, Maelstrom, and finding out what becomes of poor Isaac - and the rest of the multiverse, of course.

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By Peter on 11-24-17

Interesting start to a time/space bending story

As a whole, this is an interesting story once it gets going, the characters are well written and the narration is good.

The whole time travel, threat to everything and plot is an interesting and well done. The characters are each given a unique voice and both the written and narration does a great job of conveying their emotions.

I did not notice any problems in the recording

My only problem with this audiobook was the binging of this book was a little dull and did nothing to make me want to keep listing to it or like the main character Isaac Kent. It does a good job of letting us see his character and his flaws but I did not enjoy that part of the story my self.

All in all after listing to the whole book I can say that it is good and worth a listen if you give it a chance and let it get going. I am interested to find out what happens next in this story.

A solid 4/5


I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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