The Lost Level

  • by Brian Keene
  • Narrated by Earl Hall
  • 6 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When modern-day occultist Aaron Pace discovers the secrets of inter-dimensional travel via a mystical pathway called The Labyrinth, he wastes no time in exploring a multitude of strange new worlds and alternate realities. But then, Aaron finds himself trapped in the most bizarre dimension of all - a place where dinosaurs coexist with giant robots, where cowboys fight reptilian lizard people, and where even the grass can kill you. This is a world populated by the missing and the disappeared, a world where myth is reality and where the extinct is reborn. Now, side-by-side with his new companions Kasheena and Bloop, Aaron must learn to navigate its dangers and survive long enough to escape...The Lost Level.
Apex is proud to present the first book in Grand Master Award winner Brian Keene's long-awaited new series, a loving ode to lost world classics like Burroughs's Pellucidar, Howard's Almuric, and Lansdale's The Drive-In, but with a thoroughly modern twist that only Brian Keene could conceive.

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Great book but not as great in audio

What did you like best about The Lost Level? What did you like least?

I'm a big fan of this book. It's a mixture of scifi/sword and sorcery/adventure.


What was one of the most memorable moments of The Lost Level?

I really enjoyed the giant fight and the fight in the slug temple.


How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator had weird pauses in the sentences almost like listening to a Charlie Brown cartoon. There were no changes to the voices of the characters. There was not a lot of emotion in the performance. The narrator may be more suited to technical books.


Was The Lost Level worth the listening time?

I didn't finish it. I was already familiar with the story and just wanted something for my evening walk.


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- Ben Sparkman

love the story but the narrator not so much

as always huge fan of Brian Keene, however, this narrator with his strange pauses and audible shifting in his chair really distracted you from the story and made it hard to immerse yourself.
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- Iram

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-25-2017
  • Publisher: Beacon Audiobooks