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About the Creator

Brandon T. Snider is the best-selling author of the award-winning Dark Knight Manual, as well as the Avengers: Infinity War: The Cosmic Quest series. Additionally, he's written books featuring Cartoon Network favorites like Adventure Time and Regular Show, Marvel's Spider-Man, and Black Panther, plus pop culture icons such as Justice League, Transformers, and The Muppets. Brandon has also written for and appeared on Comedy Central's Inside Amy Schumer. As an actor, he's appeared on Bull, Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and Law & Order: SVU, as well as various commercials, plays, and short films. Brandon lives in New York City, where he's a member of the Writers Guild of America and SAG-AFTRA.

About the Performer

Fred Berman is an award-winning narrator of more than 200 books. A New York native, Berman brings energy and enthusiasm to every project, whether it’s mystery or fantasy, biography or YA. He is an accomplished actor of both the stage and screen as well, performing on Broadway as Timon in The Lion King and Off-Broadway in The Normal Heart, Room Service, and Bury The Dead, among others. On television, he has had roles in HBO’s High Maintenance as well as the NBC series Smash and Law & Order and Forever on ABC. His film credits include: Putzel, The Judge, Twelve Thirty, A Very Special Episode, and Directing Eddie. Fred is also a drummer and played for many years with the NYC rock legends, Lisa Jackson & Girl Friday. He lives in New York with his wife and two kids, banging out Rush songs on the drums in his basement in his spare time.

About the Performer

Joniece Abbott-Pratt lends her voice to stories for children, young adult fiction, and romance novels in her work as an audiobook narrator. As an actress, she has performed Off-Broadway and on regional stages across the country. Her theater credits include: The Good Negro (Public Theater, New York City), Seven Guitars (Actors Theater of Louisville), The Mountaintop (Geva Theatre), The House That Will Not Stand (Berkeley Repertory Theatre and Yale Repertory), Gem of the Ocean (Hartford Stage), False Creeds Piano Lesson (Yale Rep and Delaware Theatre Company). She has also appeared on numerous television shows, including Instinct, Blindspot, Law & Order: SVU, Orange Is the New Black, Show Me a Hero, and Luke Cage. Joniece graduated from Clark Atlanta University, holds an MFA from University of Iowa, and lives in Newark, New Jersey.

About the Performer

Margaret Ying Drake discovered a passion for voice-over early in her acting career, specializing in children's voices. Her work includes voicing Butterbean in Nick Jr.'s Butterbean's Cafe and various characters in Nickelodeon animations, toys, games for Scholastic and PBS, and radio commercials. Margaret studied theater at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, and has worked in theater, dance, commercials, and film, most notably in the award-winning indie They Look Like People and 2018’s The Rusalka. Playing the role of Zero in Zero G was her first venture into audiobooks. She takes on the role of Dash in Beezer.

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What listeners say about Beezer and the Creeping Red

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A Devilishly fun story

Beazer is quickly becoming a family favorite. The dark humor is perfect but the lighthearted nature of the story and theme, make it a fun listen for the whole family.

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7 deadly sins for children.

Almost as good as the first book. Quite the production, very lively almost over the top. Felt like I was watching a children’s cartoon. I loved how he describes breakfast, very funny. Thanks Audible for the freebie.

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Just okay

Great for younger kids, but is like listening to a kids show that is on in the other room. The author wrote it so the reader understands what is happening without any narration.

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more like a show than a book, but happy to have more!

I loved the book Beezer, so I was very happy to have a sequel, however I absolutely hated the sound effects. It felt like a movie. There was a lot of wind, bangs, and cackling, etc.

tl;dr too many sound effects, but good story

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Another great story

I am loving the Beezer stories! Not only does Beezer learn more about himself, but he also learns more about his history as well. And, of course, what book would be conolete without some demon trying to take over Earth? I look forward to more Beezer books in the future.

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A fun, engaging story

A fun and engaging novella, very cute. More appealing to younger children/later elementary grades, I feel.

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What in the heck was that?

I kept wanting to turn it off but thought I'd give it a few more minutes. What a waste of time. That deep voice was useless. I couldn't understand a word it said.

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  • Miss I. Adams
  • 01-01-22

*SERIOUSLY* UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN

I enjoyed the first book, so I wanted to listen to this one, too. Wow, was I disappointed!

The sound balance is *awful* with SFX overpowering the voices on a regular basis, which seriously affected my enjoyment.

Next, what was with all the exposition? It was seriously over-the-top. Characters would just randomly start going-over the events of the first book to each-other and it was very unnatural and not needed. We've read the first book; we don't need a thorough recap in "conversation" form. People *don't do that*!

And, finally, as the title of my review says, this is seriously not a children's book. This is even darker, scarier, etc than the first one. This is ruddy nightmare-enducing, if you ask me! But, each child is different and if you are a parent you can decide for yourself, of course. I recommend listening beforehand yourself and deciding if you want your little ones to hear it or not. They might like it, who knows!

Good points: fun characters, quips, jokes, etc and the voice acting is top-notch. The plot is decent, but quite rushed and confusing at times.

Alas, overall, I am in no rush to listen to a third outing, if they ever make one. Not unless they seriously fix the sound balance and the author returns to the writing style of the first book (no ruddy exposition required, hun!).

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  • "jd-p"
  • 12-13-21

Wow zeta

This book was amazing and I apsallotly love it .I mean how can’t you wow