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Blackouts begin to occur all over the world, and somehow, Alex believes it's tied to Mr. Brentwood's disappearance. Her search leads her through her own murky past and into the fantastical depths of Hell itself, where she discovers that Mr. Brentwood is not who or what he seems to be.
With the help of an otherworldly man named Pip, Alex must save both Mr. Brentwood and the world. But will she be able to face her own guilty past in order to do it?
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By cosmitron on 03-31-18
Interesting story with a good narrator
What did you love best about Zeus, Inc.?
The narrator made the book more interesting for me then if I read the book.
What did you like best about this story?
Again a similar question I would not have had the same interest if I simply read the book.
For me the narrator is the most important element in this book.
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This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
25 of 25 people found this review helpful
By ZOE R on 02-28-18
It starts out as a crime drama, the main character haunted by her old demons as she helps a friend investigate her missing father. Suddenly, the story takes a twist into a completely different topic. Enjoyed the whole audio with great narration
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By Raven on 04-17-18
I enjoyed this story and most of the characters. The plot trundled along at a good pace and the characters were believable. At first, I wasn't sure if I liked the main protagonist, but she grew on me over time.
I thought the narration and production were very good.
I was gifted a copy of this audiobook for an honest and unbiased review.
By C. Rowlands on 04-14-18
Greek mythology used in an interesting way
This starts out with some fairly common elements, the main character is a somewhat snarky PI that used to be a cop before an incident caused them to leave, she has a troublesome family life with few friends and fairly precarious finances. However, the author does a good job of building on these familiar elements with the scifi setting in combination with the extensive use of Greek mythology to produce a compelling overall story.
The use of various Greek Gods and the way they were integrated into the story as characters and not simply as gods was well done and helped to round out an interesting cast of character supporting the titular Alex Grosjean.
The narrator gave a good performance, nicely enhancing the story and providing suitably distinctive voices for the main characters.
Overall, this was an enjoyable listen and I will look forward to the subsequent books in this series.
[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]