Summary

Logan Langly is just months away from his 13th birthday and the biggest day of his life - the day he will finally be marked. The mark lets people get jobs, use public transportation, or even buy concert tickets. Becoming marked means becoming free - or so he is told. Five years ago when Logan's sister went to get her mark, she never came back. Now Logan can't shake the feeling he's being watched.... And then he finds the wire.
©2012 Evan Angler (P)2012 Oasis Audio
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3 out of 5 stars
By lorena on 08-08-18

distracting performance

narrator performance is awful. very fake. distracts from the story. pace is good, needs practice.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rebecca R on 06-07-16

Post apocalyptic tale

The story wove itself around a coming of age ritual of the new American Union and the choices, possibilities and danger that ritual represents. The narration had some interesting pronunciations that distracted me, but the story has interesting and not that predictable twists. It also raises some rather deep end times theological questions about how people will respond when faced with the choice of getting "the mark" or not. I was entertained and intrigued but couldn't give a 5 star rating because it , while quite good, isn't great. My standards are quite high though and, if you like this type of story, I am confident you will like this one too.

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