The Calling Tree : The Immortal Trilogy [Waller]

  • by C. F. Waller
  • Narrated by Wyatt Baker
  • Series: The Immortal Trilogy [Waller]
  • 9 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dominick Dunn is in people acquisition. When the phone rings he shuffles off to the far corners of the globe to retrieve the captured, then turns them over to his employer. He doesn't actually believe these people are immortal, but the pay is good and he likes to travel. Despite rumors that his quarry meets an unthinkable fate at the hands of his employer, he's content with his lot in life. Aaron Wessker is miserable. His life has not gone according to plan. Trapped in a dead end job bartending in Vegas, he longs for a family he lacks, or at least the possibility of a girlfriend. Their lives are about to intersect, causing them both to rethink their place in the world. More importantly they will have to change their opinions of the possibility of immortality. Unfortunately for both of them they will have to do this very quickly. Dunn's quarry is also being pursued by something much more deadly than his employers. Dominick Dunn is about to become the hunted and Aaron's world is about to be turned on its side.


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A really unique action and intrigue based mystery

Wow. I loved this. We jump into the book questioning who the good guys are and why the people who are hunted are special. You get all the answers you need as we progress through this really delightfully well written and excellently narrated book. We have immortals in here so its a little sci fi but that doesn't run away too much, it feel plausible and real. Excellently described characters bring them visually to life and compliment an excellent story. The action can be violent but not so that it feels out of place. All of the elements of the book work really well.

There's a slightly open ending but I really liked it. It felt complete as a book in terms of giving answers to the story but also left me wanting more with the possibility to do so.

I loved the narration. It gives visualisation to the wonderfully described characters. It set's pace and gives tension and it was also really great to listen to in general. It went excellently with the story.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
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- Tony Bough

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-07-2017
  • Publisher: C. F. WALLER