Author: JT Lawrence
Narrator: Jean Ann Douglass
Length: 4 hours 1 minute
Publisher: Fire Finch Press⎮2018
Genre: Science Fiction
Series: When Tomorrow Calls, Book 0.5
Release date: Jul. 3, 2018
The Handmaid’s Tale meets Mr. Robot in this smart, sexy, cyberpunk thriller.
2021. A tribe of surrogates. A terror cult. A deal struck in desperation.
Keke is a biopunk journalist who won’t stop till she exposes the truth. Will her reckless ambition help the surrogates, or harm them?
Join Keke on her mission to uncover the biggest story she’s ever encountered. You’ll meet Jasmine and Marko and get pulled under with Kirsten, who’s on the cusp of her own nail-biting story.
Ready for your new pause-resisting addiction? Grab the prequella for the futuristic conspiracy thriller series When Tomorrow Calls now.
JT Lawrence is a bestselling Amazon author, playwright and bookdealer based in Parkview, Johannesburg. She is the mother of two small boys and a baby girl, and lives in a house with a red front door.
Jean Ann Douglass is an actor, playwright, producer, and voice artist living in Brooklyn, NY. She has recorded regional and national commercials, and numerous apps that assist kids learning how to read. She performs and co-creates work with Eric John Meyer for Human Head Performance Group, an internationally touring theater company. As a writer, her work will be seen at Underbelly at the Edinburgh Fringe this August.
Lawrence has a very exciting series start here with the prequel to The Sigma Surrogate series. I enjoyed the set up of the world and what is going on in this society. It’s very creepy and fun to get to the bottom of everything! I really love the characters most of this book. They feel real and have a lot of depth to them that I very much enjoy when authors take the time to describe them as people. There is a good amount of action in the story as well, and the pacing feels great as it takes time to set things up but when the story starts going it’s pretty fast paced! I give it a 5/5 stars.
Douglass does a great job narrating. I like her voice and the characters sound distinct. A great narrator makes for an excellent audiobook and I would say that Douglass is a great narrator. I’ll be on the lookout for more work by her! I give her a 5/5 stars.
I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by JT Lawrence. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.
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