The Road to Amistad

  • by Ken Dickson
  • Narrated by Michael Rubino
  • 7 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Change is coming - a new level of human consciousness that will end suffering and create limitless opportunity. Unexpectedly, the change begins but leaves chaos in its wake. Only a few take it in stride. They are a new breed of human: resilients.
Ken Dickson, an ordinary man who transformed after surgery, feels alone in his fate - until others around him begin to change. Through them, he meets a psychologist with a profound understanding of the phenomenon. The two men conceive a bold plan: construct a sanctuary for resilients to advance the change for the benefit of humanity. After persuading others to join them, they found Primera, a community like no other that rises from the desert near the rugged Estrella Mountains of Arizona.
As Primera blossoms, a scathing article about its unique occupants appears in a notorious tabloid magazine. The article provokes a ruthless criminal, Willy Lemm, who vows to destroy Primera and anyone who stands in his way. Before long, Primera’s inhabitants are battling for their lives and the fate of resilience against a cunning foe who will stop at nothing until Primera is reduced to ash.
Written in a unique biographical style that blurs the line between fact and fiction, The Road to Amistad is an impassioned tale of never giving up that will leave you yearning for an extraordinary future that could be right around the corner.


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Customer Reviews

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Good Book, Great Narration.

What made the experience of listening to The Road to Amistad the most enjoyable?

I agree that is a tough book to review. It's not like anything I've read before yet it kept me turning virtual pages anxious to find out what would become of Ken, his family and the other real life a characters that were introduced in Detour From Normal. I would recommend this book and definitely suggest getting audible version so you too can enjoy The Road to Amistad and the remarkable narration of Michael Rubino. I'll be waiting for next book by Ken Dickson.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the narration done by Michael Rubino. Michael did an amazing job with giving each character a voice of their own, with accents, tones, and language that made it easy to discern who was speaking even before the writing told you.

Have you listened to any of Michael Rubino’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not listened to Michael's other stories but I would love to listen to his future books. His easy going and relaxed voice was enjoyable without being at all monotone. He gave voices to each character that made is fun to listen to and easy to understand who was speaking.

Any additional comments?

I look forward to any future narrations by Michael Rubino. I really enjoyed his style.

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- dryd

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2016
  • Publisher: Ken Dickson