Through a Glass Darkly

  • by Miss Mae
  • Narrated by Owen McCuen
  • 1 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Computer viruses no longer exist, yet Vexen and Remard's medical transport is held hostage by one. The hologram engineered to combat the deadly program develops an identity crisis. An alien intruder is discovered stowed away in the cargo bay. And the evil reptilian Delphan demands immediate surrender of her ship. Can anything else possibly go wrong?


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Customer Reviews

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Great little short.

This was a great short, I kinda wanted it to be longer, but with all the twists in it and the chaos, I now know it's not a bad size for what it is.

In regards to the production, I have to admit I'm not a fan of the sounds and extra beeps. The story itself was interesting, held my attention and had that romantic, and scary element to it.

I was expecting the ending, but it was well done. :) If you've an hour to spare this is a fab little story.

I was gifted a copy from the author for an honest review.
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- kanundra

Short but great science fiction book

Storyline: This is the first book I have read by Miss Mae and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a Science Fiction story (I’m a big fan) and this book does not disappoint. I teach computer security as a profession so I thoroughly enjoyed the parts that contained computer viruses, but other parts of the book were just as good. The ending made me think of Inception, not because it’s the same ending, but because you’re left in the dark over what the has happened – this is done particularly well.

Narration: I think the narrator did a great job. He succeeded in keeping me engaged throughout his performance and performed the characters very well.

Overall: I look forward to reading more books by Miss Mae and will enjoy listen to the narrator again too!

P.S. This audiobook was provided by the narrator free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.
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- Sam

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-10-2015
  • Publisher: Miss Mae