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Screams from the Void

Written by: Anne Tibbets
Narrated by: Amy McFadden
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Publisher's Summary

"A tense, gripping SF house of horrors in space, where not all the monsters are inhuman. I enjoyed this enormously." (Peter McLean, author of Priest of Bones)

For two years in deep space, the freighter Demeter and a small crew have collected botanical life from other planets. It's a lesson in patience and hell. Mechanics Ensign Raina is ready to jump ship, if only because her abusive ex is also aboard, as well as her overbearing boss. It's only after a foreign biological creature sneaks aboard and wreaks havoc on the ship and crew that Raina must find her grit - and maybe create a gadget or two - to survive...that is, if the crew members don't lose their sanity and turn on each other in the process.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Anne Tibbets (P)2021 Tantor

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  • 15-12-22

Terrible Narrator

Ms. McFadden sounds like a "Valley Girl" from the 1980s. The plot wasn't all that bad. The main female character was annoying, stupid and pathetic. The main male character was an abusive butthead. I won't be listening to anything else narrated by Amy McFadden. I might listen to another book by Anne Tibbets, maybe.