*eBook & Audiobook Review
Transmission is an original tale. of how a good deed can truly go wrong.
Kenji and Dylan are two college students who didn't go home for break, like the rest of the campus. Choosing to stay and just hung out, they played video games and listened to music. Until a pirated album Kenji wanted, is played through headphones. A particular song, Cannibalism seems to have something hidden beneath it's ambient drone- something that resembled a message. Not far away, a man watching a WWII documentary discovered a figure that didn't belong. Not part of the film crew, the figure shared a message, barely audible- but definitely there!. The three men don't know one another, but together, they embarked on an endeavor with supernatural ramifications. And they couldn't stop because the message claimed: they needed help...
Ambrose Ibsen, took me on a journey; one I didn't see coming till it was right before me, presenting itself in all of its nightmarish glory. The story, written in cryptic fashion, kept me tugging on a line I knew was going to reel me in to certain demise. I just couldn't stop reading!
I loved the ending, written in a way that left me to ponder the actual ending. The author didn't tell exactly what took place, but one can make some rather large assumptions. With the way it was told, I had no issues with it. No cliffhanger, just a mysterious ending.
I purchased the ebook, with Audible download (available here) and listened while working out, as well as cleaning house. I never lost interest, but found Urry's voice to be a bit of a drone from time to time. He reminded me of one of my college professors- monotonous, but just enough inflection to hold me. The guy needed to add a bit of emotion- but the story was great, nonetheless!
Check out Transmission while I move on to the next read. Cheers!
Narrated by Jake Urry
Published by author, via Amazon Digital Services
May 31, 2016
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