Nebulous : Jet Black

  • by T. S. Littlefield
  • Narrated by Ray Greenley
  • Series: Jet Black
  • 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Three years after losing his father in a fire, 13-year-old Jethro Black (his friends call him Jet) finds himself embarking upon a mysterious adventure when, while attending his grandfather's funeral, a strange man walks up and gives him an envelope and a key.
As a mystery begins to unfold, Jet and his best friend Travis are about to discover that there is more to the world than meets the eye, and they just may have a crucial role to play in the outcome of humanity's future.
Nebulous is the first release in the young adult science fiction book series, Jet Black.


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‘Nebulous’ has a super interesting plot rooted in the best of modern Sci-Fi. The author give as a glimpse of the complex universe created for the Jet Black series, and it’s looking very promising. The author is great in creating a complex and engaging world for their characters, that the readers would hold their stories to a high standard. Littlefield is paving the way for some very high quality young adult Sci-Fi stories

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- mani

On the whole I really enjoyed this book,

My feelings were a little Nebulous about this book at first.

Forgive me, I can’t resist a good play on words no matter how bad.

On the whole I really enjoyed this book, though I went in expecting typical YA fiction, and found that it’s really a children’s fantasy (I would recommend this to 8-15 year-olds). It’s was nice not having to wade through all the hormones typical in YA.

It begins with the typical grade school problems, and the emotions of a boy who has just lost a grandfather, after previously losing his father in a freak firefighting accident, but the tension quickly escalates. Jethro “Jet” Black discovers a relic of his grandfather’s, and things get more complicated from there. With cyber implants, spaceships and kidnapping, there’s plenty to keep the plot moving. There are scenes of Christianity at intervals, displayed in the small town families affected by the kidnappings. Littlefield writes very believable children, none are too smart for their age, and the characters are mostly endearing. The rest, of course, aren’t supposed to be.

The overall production quality is decent, consistent volume, no strange effects on the voices. Every word is clear and understandable.

Ray Greenley does a pretty good job. Initially I didn’t care for his narration, his lower vocal range sounded a little forced and scratchy, but he only used it during the prologue. After that his natural reading voice quickly grew on me; and the voices he used for the kids are all well done. I would imagine a child’s voice to be one of the harder parts of narrating. I don’t really care for his emotional/crying scenes but those are always difficult to pull off naturally.

All in all, I went from thinking I might not want to read this book to looking forward to it’s sequel.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-30-2015
  • Publisher: T.S. Littlefield