Of Gods and Fae : Vegas Fae

  • by Tom Keller
  • Narrated by Andrew Troth
  • Series: Vegas Fae
  • 8 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You see plenty of strange things when you're a PI in Las Vegas, but even that couldn't prepare ex-cop Robert Hoskins for what was to come. At first he couldn't believe that all those stories he'd been told as a child were true. But hearing that the fae had taken the casinos over from the mob was something else. Elves, dwarves, werewolves and faeries were just the beginning and battling dark mages, the opening act.
Having banished his enemy to the cold hell of Tartarus, he'll now have to travel to the fae lands to claim his birthright. Along the way, and after, there's demons and dragons to fight and a trip down the river Styx to the gates of Hades itself is on the playlist if he'll want to defeat the dark fae's minions and undo an ancient curse.
Sin City will never be the same.

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Customer Reviews

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A great story

a great story and well read, I love the voice used for Charlie. only downside was the sound was echoing and sounded like it was recorded in a toilet cubicle ;). It was like that via an Echo, headphones and via android auto.
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- Kindle Customer

I Feel Absolutely Ripped Off!

There have been a lot of books I have thoroughly enjoyed through audible, Tom Keller's first in the "Vegas fae" story was one of them. Despite a few issues with audio (there is far too much 'room' in the recording), I had a thoroughly good time listening to the story. I purchased this, the second book in the series, directly after without reading any of the reviews. Oh, how I wish I had!

I don't know what the stories like because after about two minutes of listening to a tinny, echoey recording I had to turn it off.

This just is not good enough! I am sitting at my desk typing this, in front of a microphone that would have done a much better job (and frequently does as I record videos as part of my work) which is, nonetheless, not a professional set up. The fact is, in the last five years the ability to make good quality audio recordings has never been more accessible. The quality of the first book was just about good enough and, seeing as it was released in 2013, you can forgive it on those few instances where the room interrupts the story.

The recording of this book is an abomination, considering that you want people to spend their hard-earned credits for a product that is not fit to be on the platform.

How dare you!

I will be returning this book but people who are thinking of buying need to understand that when so many reviews are saying that the audio is poor what many seem to be saying is that actually, it's unacceptable.

Even having said that, I am hoping… Praying, in fact, that between the narrator and the author they can sort out the recording of this book. The thing is, the only reason why I am so unhappy about the quality of this product is because I was so looking forward to continuing the story. I care. I care about the characters I care about the world and I want to spend more time in it but I can't do that because of the quality of the audio and I feel that a substandard product has been rushed out just to get money.

I, like many uses of the audible platform, quite happily by every single book an author puts out if I can buy into that author and the story.

You had me with book one. You've lost me book 2.

What's really sad about that is that you would've kept me as a loyal reader by just providing this book with the quality it should have had in the first place.

I would happily buy again if the issue is resolved!
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- S. P. Mellor

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-12-2016
  • Publisher: Tom Keller