Interlopers Audiobook MP3-CD
Written By Alan Dean Foster
Narrated by: Ben Browder (John Crichton from Farscape & Cameron Mitchell from SG1)
Unabridged CD-MP3 Edition
Cody Westcott, a young archeologist, returned from a dig at Apachetarimac with more than he bargained for. Seems the Chachapoyans that he had been studying had a lot to teach us all. Soon he steps through the looking glass but unlike Alice its no fairytale world that he finds. Insteas it is our own world teemiing with Interlopers - Those Who Abide. Unseen by the mass of humanity they are aware that Cody can now see them. They don't like it. Thrust into a fight which finds him allied with highly unlikely characters he travels around the world to ancient centers of power. He call on strength he never knew he possessed to save his wife and the future of humanity. ... Read more
Customer Reviews (2)
Loopy for Ben Browder!
Let me start by saying that I bought this simply because Ben Browder is the narrator.I am a sci-fi fan and a huge fan of Browder's show "Farscape."He does an excellent job of narrating even with the difficult to pronounce Mayan/Incan words and also on the various accents; especially the Australian accent.The story is good, imaginative, and different from the standard, hard-science sci-fi I usually read.You get one cd with approximately 9 hours of audio.I successfully imported it into iTunes. If you like fiction about archaeology and mystical entities and different dimensions, man is this the book for you!I recommend it to anyone but especially BB's fangirls!
Interlopers audio book narrated by Ben Browder
Audio book lovers unite - this is a great example of a book made better by the narrator.Alan Dean Fosters colorful descriptors, the chapters and carry over themes are timed perfectly, and might just make you want to go on a road trip.
Ben Browder does an excellent job of getting his tongue around some pretty tough Incan technobabble, his enthusiasm for the job is never failing, and the variety of voices and inflection he puts to each character is admirable.
At the end of this one you'll want to listen again, and wonder when the sequel is coming out!
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