Bus driver Rory Fine has a gift. He can take troubles from others with merely a touch. On a rain-swept night, he asks his glum passengers to leave their worrisome emotions in his palm. But upon touching one passenger's hand, everything he knows about troubles keeping is shattered. Somebody aboard hides a deadly and dangerous secret.
What began simply descends into a perilous battle with a menacing and evil dark entity, and Rory now faces a terrible decision. Should he reveal his secret gift to Mariana, the passenger he's come to love, but barely knows? The last time that happened, somebody died. But Rory must find a way, because someone or something stalks Mariana. Someone who kills in a macabre and sickening way. Someone with abilities more powerful than his own.
Should the killer's plan succeed, it's not just Mariana at risk, but the very fabric of the world. Rory will need to discover a strength he may not possess. Even then, that might not be enough. For when the Trepan Killer wants you, there's nowhere to run and nowhere to hide.
Can Rory stop the Trepan Killer before he loses all? To do so, he will face more than the killer. He will face his own harrowing past.
From International best-selling thriller author Susan May comes another gripping novel, keeping listeners up way past their bedtime. The Troubles Keeper is a non-stop supernatural suspense ride, with memorable characters and a fictional world that you won't want to leave.
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An amazing journey with a very Fine troubles keepe
it is among the best audio books i have listened to so far.
I was already familiar with the story. but i enjoyed listening to the original plot and the interesting characters. The mix of fantasy, science fiction and romance was what i liked the most in this book. The idea of Trouble Keeping, mixed the presence of an odd serial killer was fascinating.
It was really good. I liked how he voiced Rory Fine, the changes he made in the intonations to signal different charaters and emotions. I liked the performance very much. And many times i found myself smiling, without being aware of it, at Rory Fine and his thoughts.
I was a little bit distracted at the beginning, but then it became harder to stop listening. I felt more drawn to the characters, more concerned about them and feeling sorry to leave them behind when i had to stop listening.
I felt that the voice of Rory Fine was like i imagined it, it fit him and his character very well.
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