Summary

Frederick Galvanni is the thief of the century, but it's not his first time claiming the title. For Frederick and the inhabitants of his world, reincarnation is real, but people are always reborn in the country in which they died. Now Frederick seeks to pull off his greatest heist yet - enter a maximum security prison where souls are trapped through reincarnation - and assemble the greatest criminal team that has ever lived.
But for Frederick the heist is just the beginning of a plan centuries in the making: a plan of revenge for unforgivable crimes committed a millennium before. And in this world, even death cannot keep Frederick from success.
©2016 Henry Marcacci (P)2017 Henry Marcacci
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4 out of 5 stars
By Nathaniel Hawthorn on 28-04-17

Great story could've used slightly better narrator

A few stumbles and misreads from the narrator only slightly distracting from a great story.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Rebel0122 on 29-01-18

Original and creative!!!

What made the experience of listening to Til Death Do Us Part the most enjoyable?

I found the story to be very original and the characters well developed. I listen to audiobooks every time I have a spare moment and have hundreds in my library, though most of them will have repeating elements. I have found that this book was original in its concept and loved how the main character's background story was revealed.

What about Mr. Creepy Pasta’s performance did you like?

I think that the narrator did a good job in giving life to the characters, the only negative point I could bring up is that the audio version could do with some editing. A chapter is completely repeated and at points the narrator does stumble -otherwise I thinks it's a 5 star performance.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Leonard on 22-03-17

Surprisingly really good.

I searched Mr.Creepypasta, for my next audiobook binge, and to my delight this book showed up. Being a big fan of his YouTube channel based all about the Creepy Pasta genre, I was ready for my dose of horror. This, wasn't particularly scary, but was unique and I loved it.
Based on Alt-Earth History heavily influenced by Reincarnation, the story has like a Sherlock Holmes Thieves point of View of Retribution. If someone told me before that this wasn't exactly a Creepy Pasta, I might not had gotten it, but I truly would had missed out. This book has changed my view, and now I am more willing to take chances on Audio Books outside my normal preferences.
My only complaint is I wanted more. If the Author writes more, and Mr.CreepyPasta narrates the follow up, or similar captivating stories, I will
Be thrilled

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3 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 24-11-17

needs editing.

There multiple places where words are repeated. including one whole chapter that seems to be a repeat. there are also dead spots that could be edited out. But overall the narrator and Arthur did a good job.

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