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Twenty-three intelligent species. One ancient mystery. And two humans thrust into the middle.

Daniel Rice hasn’t felt right since his return from a dystopian future now extinguished. Curious dreams repeat with detailed precision. A voice - or something - seems to be calling him. His problem isn’t medical, it’s not even scientific, and it’s driving his wife crazy.

Nala is worried, and she’s not the type to pace the halls while her overly analytic husband procrastinates. Earth’s scientific power couple is soon halfway around the world to consult with alien android, Aastazin. Zin is no doctor, but he has friends in high places. Very high.

Next stop, a thousand light years from home, where an alien megacity shaped in a six-petaled flower hosts species from dozens of worlds. An inexplicable attack leaves Daniel wandering across an inhospitable planet and Nala alone among a confusing mashup of sentient beings. With little hope of finding each other, they learn there is more going on at this alien gathering place than they knew - aggressive security bots, an ancient mystery, and a pending vote that could shun humanity from the greatest collection of civilizations the galaxy has ever known.

In book number four of the series, Daniel and Nala will need to make friends, avoid enemies, and leverage newfound knowledge to reconnect with each other and boost humanity’s chance of galactic membership.

©2021 Douglas Phillips (P)2021 Douglas Phillips

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Please re-release with a new narrator

I was so excited to continue reading about Daniel and Nala. However, the narration is so terrible that I stopped listening less than 10 minutes in. Everyone who has purchased this book should be refunded and/or it should be re-released with a new narrator. Until then, I am sad to not be able to see how this great series ends.

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Unlistenable

The narration of this book (the author’s wife?) made the book unreadable. I’ll never know whether the story is worth hearing - I stopped less than five minutes in.

Annoying

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sucky reader

Read the book, great writer, but don't listen to it; reader sucked. Should've stayed with prior reafer

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couldn't finish

The narrator was so awful. I couldn't distinguish one character from another because her monotone voice never changes!

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  • 07-07-21

That narration, though

The story was good, very interesting ideas and concepts. The author does a good job of putting the science into layman’ terms.

But the narration, omg it was bad. I am sure Marlene is a lovely woman with many talents, narration is not one of those skills. It as painful at times.

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Horrible narration

I was really looking forward to this book. But I truly can’t get into it or continue with it. The narration is flat and boring.

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  • IC
  • 10-20-21

Ok story. Pls change the narrator.

Cannot listen to this book, narrator is not experienced I can tell. Pls find another narrator.

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narration was too much torture

i enjoyed the first 3 books, although the narrations were only ok. this book was torture with the narration. I will read and leave a seperate review for the story.

This is the first time I have had to stop listening to a book because of narration.

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Our history doesn’t define our future

I really enjoyed this science and fiction return back into the world of Daniel and Nala (albeit a somewhat hurried romp). An ancient mystery known throughout the cosmos that tugs at both evolution and God with the induction of our race into an intergalactic consortium of intelligent species hanging in the balance. The story was terrific … the narration took a lot of getting used to … my entanglement was very real. I’m genuinely going to miss these characters.

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Fun addition to Series that opens it up to continuation

I really enjoyed the story and the chance to see where the main characters adventures go from here. I did not enjoy the change of narrators and it was tough to commit to the change. I did not enjoy the narrators voice as much as I enjoyed other narrators in other books and although it is a family member and the love that was involved was endearing, I would recommend seeking out more professional narration.