An audio novel by David Wood & Alan Baxter
There are books with Stories so cool that you wish you could have written the book yourself. Then there are stories where you're grateful you didn't go anywhere near or it nor ever wrote anywhere similar to it yourself. Well, I didn't wish either with Primordial, by David Wood and Alan Baxter, but I did enjoy the read. I'll tell you why...
Sam Aston is a biologist who is living paycheck to paycheck. He has a job but he also loves to go on excursions that do not simply require funds- they need the pocket of one who'll cover the capital. Aston found someone to do just that; unfortunately he didn't produce the end result, leaving Chang very angry. With henchmen constantly on the lookout, ready to offer body blows until the money is returned, Sam needs something big to come his way. It comes in the form of eccentric billionaire, Ellis Holloway.
Sam finds himself in Finland, looking for a legend bigger than Loch Ness. The party ends as fast as it's begun when people begin to disappear and the so-called 'eccentric' is now a lunatic! Something very big is making waves and it has a sensitive palate for human flesh!
Primordial was fun to listen to - to a degree! I think it was the narrator more than anything- but i liked it. Honestly, I did. The story was well though out, though fabulous and the author caused me to develop love/hate relationships with the characters. It's not boring and it keeps you slightly on your toes. More than anything, few of the characters were simply irritating.
It's a moster of a tale and if you like these sorts of novels, you will enjoy it too. Just be careful to stay clear of people about you when you're ready to knock some sense into the heads of a few characters. Ha! I'm off to the next read.
David Wood and Alan Baxter
Running Time: 8 Hours 16 Minutes
Published by Gryphonwood Press
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