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Navigating the boundaries between DZ and LA proper is a tricky task, and there's no one better suited than eccentric private investigator Erasmus Keane. So when movie mogul Selah Fiore decides she needs to get her hands on a rare coin lost somewhere in the city, she knows Keane is the man for the job.
But while the erratic Keane and his more sensible partner, Blake Fowler, struggle to unravel the mystery of the elusive coin, Blake's girlfriend, Gwen, goes missing, and Selah Fiore turns up murdered. Both of these crimes seem to be linked to the coin - and to an untraceable virtual currency called iotas, used by drug dealers and terrorist networks.
Framed for Selah's murder and desperate to find Gwen, Keane and Fowler must outwit DZ warlords, outmaneuver a reclusive billionaire, and stay a step ahead of the police while they gradually uncover the truth about iotas. Soon the clues begin to point to a conspiracy at the highest levels of government - and to a mysterious trickster who has orchestrated it all. As the DZ devolves into chaos and another Collapse seems to loom, Blake Fowler realizes that the brilliant Erasmus Keane may have finally met his match.
Set in the world of The Big Sheep, Robert Kroese delivers another dystopian adventure audiobook full of wit and intrigue.
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By Alex on 12-21-17
Different narrator, pronounces names differently
To me it seems like the worst insult when a new narrator steps up and can't be bothered to learn how the previous narrator in a series pronounced names.
The book itself may be fine, but certain names are said frequently and always mispronounced. I find this really jarring, and to boot the new narrator doesn't really have the voice to pull off a noir type novel.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Daniel E Dodge on 02-27-18
Please dont change narrators
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Please keep the same narrator fir all books jn a series!
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Last Iota?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of P. J. Ochlan?
The person who read the Big Sheep
Was The Last Iota worth the listening time?
2 of 2 people found this review helpful