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Jakob Cahill (Jake) is a want-to-be storyteller whose father works for NASA. He and his best friends, Pitts and Diddleman, following current alien sightings on the Internet, become certain there has been a visitation in their hometown of Pinkerton, Iowa. People dying or missing. Animal manipulations. Evidence mounts they are not alone.
No one believes them, and there are others, including the police, trying to keep the truth from coming out. Pinkerton has other secrets, too. As these come to light, Jake and his friends brave to search out what is terrorizing their small town.
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By Rebecca Azizov on 01-23-18
one of those wow books
a great great suspense book although the first book is not really long the suspense is brilliant the book is interesting and enjoyable as hell I suggest to all suspense lovers to get this book
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
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By Bikram Agarwal on 02-17-18
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I guess I don't fall under the target audience group for this book. This one is more suited for much younger listeners. Audible has correctly classified it for "ages 11-13" which wasn't visible in amazon page where I had listened to the sample. The book has a light/simple story without much complications and is pretty straight forward. A well-read adult person won't find anything extra-ordinary or entertaining in this book. People who are just starting reading might be interested though. But only if you are willing to invest 3 credits in this series. More on that below -
Has Outre turned you off from other books in this genre?
Not the genre, but this series. This book ended in a cliffhanger. And I absolutely despise such endings. I understand books in a series need some hook to bring the readers to the next book. But it should be just that - a hook, not a "must read or else you wasted your time so far" gamble. Each book in a series must provide the readers some closure. Tell a story, give it some sort of closure, add an interesting hook at the end so that the reader gets interested in the next book. Sadly, this book opted for a no closure cliffhanger.
What about Peter Borys’s performance did you like?
The narration was well rounded in this book. The saving grace, imo. The audio was clear and I had no difficulty following the dialogues.
Any additional comments?
I received this audiobook for free from the author / narrator / publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.