Summary

Ebon Shale is desperate to forget, but terrified of being forgotten....
Desperate to forget the sudden death and illuminated betrayal of his new wife and longtime girlfriend, Ebon Shale flees to the quiet seaside town of Aaron, a place that's been calling him back since he was a child. But once there, Ebon feels lost. The small town's citizens are as odd as its energy, and seem to shift the reality before him.
Will Aaron help Ebon forget, or will it swallow him whole?
©2014 Sean Platt (P)2015 Sean Platt
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2 out of 5 stars
By Fred Gronvall on 20-09-15

Stupid Waste of Time

I sat through half of this trying to like it.
It was like "come on...give me SOMETHING!"
It is NOT like The Matrix. As one other reviewer stated.

I like these Authors- but NOT THIS BOOK!

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5 out of 5 stars
By T. Bennett on 31-03-15

A truly Mindbending Thriller

As with all Platt/Truant titles this should be rated M for Mature. There are explict descriptions of sex and violence.

Honestly, this isn't the kind of story I like. I gave it 5 stars because it was done so well, and David was a treat to listen to. The book was a truly disorienting experience where niether the main character nor the audience know what reality is until a truly shocking climax. I had to take several breaks when listening to the story to catch my breath.

It reminds me of The Matrix (1999), Fight Club (1999), and The Game (starring Michael Douglas in 1997) I'm going to enjoy listening to this again to peel back the layers of story.

If you enjoy stories that play with reality you'll love this story!

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