The Long Way Down : Daniel Faust

  • by Craig Schaefer
  • Narrated by Adam Verner
  • Series: Daniel Faust
  • 9 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nobody knows the seedy underbelly of Las Vegas like Daniel Faust, a sorcerer for hire and ex-gangster who uses black magic and bullets to solve his clients' problems. When an old man comes seeking vengeance for his murdered granddaughter, what looks like a simple job quickly spirals out of control.
Soon Daniel stands in the crossfire between a murderous porn director; a corrupt cop with a quick trigger finger; and his own former employer, a racket boss who isn't entirely human. Then there's Caitlin: brilliant, beautiful, and the lethal right hand of a demon prince.
A man named Faust should know what happens when you rub shoulders with demons. Still Daniel can't resist being drawn to Caitlin's flame as they race to unlock the secret of the Etruscan Box, a relic that people all over town are dying - and killing - to get their hands on. As the bodies drop and the double-crosses pile up, Daniel will need every shred of his wits, courage, and sheer ruthlessness just to survive.
Daniel Faust knew he was standing with one foot over the brink of hell. He's about to find out just how far he can fall.

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Worst accents since Dick Van Dyke did Cockney

The story was spoiled for me by the narrators distractingly awful "foreign" accents. You'd think he'd at least listen to some examples and practice them a bit...
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- Amazon Customer

Great story...Okay narration but TERRIBLE accents!

What made the experience of listening to The Long Way Down the most enjoyable?

Good story, with great character development. FANTASTIC TWIST TOO..!


Did the narration match the pace of the story?

The narration is Okay...but the accents are just terrible.

The character that's meant to sound "Scottish" sounds like a bad mix of Irish and Cajun...! Others just sound like Disney characters (thinking Goofy here)

If you can ignore what the accents are "meant" to be it's easy enough to get passed it though.


Any additional comments?

Just picked up book 2 and looking forward to it.

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- Christopher

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2015
  • Publisher: Demimonde Books