Esoterrorism : The Secret Files of the Red Room

  • by C. T. Phipps
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • Series: The Secret Files of the Red Room
  • 9 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are no good guys in the world of shadows...but maybe some bad men are better than others.
Derek Hawthorne was born to be an agent of the Red Room. Literally. Raised in a conspiracy that has protected the world from the supernatural for centuries, he's never been anything other than a servant of their agenda. Times are changing, though, and it may not be long before their existence is exposed.
When a routine mission uncovers the latest plan of magical terrorist the Wazir, Derek finds himself saddled with a new partner. Who is the mysterious but deadly Shannon O'Reilly? What is her agenda? Couple this with the discovery that the Red Room has a mole seeking to frame Derek for treason and you have a plot that might bring down a millennium-old organization. Can he stop the Wazir's mission to expose the supernatural? And should he?

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Ruined by the narrator

The story was good but Jeffrey Kafer (who was ok, albeit not good, on the Supervillainy saga) shouldn't be narrating books! He has an excellent action hero voice, which worked well for the main character. But all the other male characters sounded the same. And the other main hero (an Irish woman) should not have sounded like a slightly robotic version of the main character; Kafer made no noticeable attempt to modulate his vocal tone to sound at all feminine and - unless he thinks all Irish people are androids - there was no attempt at an accent.

Seriously man, women aren't robots and female characters deserve just as much effort as male ones... and possibly even more when you're narrating across genders!)

Jeffrey Kafer has somehow managed to take the crown of "worst narrator" from the guy who butchered The Night Circus. The narration would have been better done by the male and female voices of Siri.
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- David Lurie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2016
  • Publisher: Audible Studios