Whistlers : A Shrouded World

  • by Mark Tufo, John O'Brien
  • Narrated by Sean Runnette
  • Series: A Shrouded World
  • 8 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When two worlds collide…
Jack Walker and Michael Talbot come from two worlds; the same, yet different. They both find themselves transported into an alien one, where things aren’t as they seem. While it appears similar to the ones they come from, there are some terrifying differences. Is it a dream? Or has reality been somehow warped?
Jack comes from a world filled with nocturnal creatures that were once human, but now seek to destroy the last vestiges of humanity. Mike, living under a constant threat from hordes of the undead, arrives with a companion, John the Tripper. Ripped away from their family members and thrown into the unknown, they find that the nightmares from their worlds have preceded them. Survival becomes moment to moment as they encounter old dangers, and new.
Each wants nothing more than to be reunited with their loved ones. With dangers lurking around every corner, they seek to unravel the mystery that brought them. It may be a long road ahead, but they begin by taking the first step, hoping the next one will be the one that takes them home.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Fun but lacks direction

The two best characters from the Zombie Fallout series are combined with a character from the New World series and each bring the problems from their respective worlds. The combination makes for non-stop action. Add in a few laughs and a new foe and you’ve got yourself a fun book. My only complaint is that the book doesn’t really go anywhere. We don’t meet the Whistlers until the very and end the plot is really just Jack, Trip and Mike surviving until they can meet. I’m sure taken as a whole the series will be very good, but as a stand-alone book it leave me wanting a bit.

Sean Runnette does an excellent job as always.
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- Drew (@drewsant)

Like the concept but...

I'm a huge follower of the jack walker character. And although I enjoyed the fallout series until i think it was #8 when it just got boring for me, I like the mike talbot character. The issue I have with this book is it literally took forever for anything to happen and then the book concludes. I think putting jack walker and mike talbot together is a great idea for an uber-sci-fi novel. I hope book 2 gets a little more action packed and we learn a lot more about where these guys were transported to. On a note about the narrator. I enjoy Sean Runnette as the voice of mike talbot. But I think bringing in Mark gagliardi for jack's voice would cut down on some confusion of who is actually talking and I'd say I'm just used to his voice as jack walker.
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- BE

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-12-2014
  • Publisher: Devil Dog Press