Invitation Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
In the first cycle of the Harbinger series, four strangers discover they have extraordinary gifts and are brought together to fight a growing darkness. Meet the members of the Harbingers team - each written by an acclaimed author - in four linked episodes!
Four best-selling authors team up for thrilling supernatural suspense.
Gathering four stories from four best-selling author friends, Invitation is the first collection in the ongoing Harbingers series. In "The Call" by Bill Myers, four strangers are drawn together to help a student at the mysterious Institute for Advanced Psychic Studies. His gifts are supposedly being honed to assist world leaders...but there are some very disturbing strings attached. Frank Peretti's "The Haunted" confronts a supernatural mystery, a case of murder, and an exploration into the darkness of the human heart, all centering around a mysterious house.
In Angela Hunt's "The Sentinels", animals around the world are mysteriously dying. What could it mean? When the tragedy begins to touch Andi's dreams, she discovers a terrifying theory. "The Girl" by Alton Gansky is a gripping tale of a young barefoot girl found holding a scroll in the snowy Oregon mountains. She is sweet, innocent - apparently not of this world - and something wants to kill her.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 4 minutes|
|Author||Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, Anton Gansky|
|Narrator||Bill Myers, Cherise Boothe, Ali Ahn, Jeff Brick|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||April 04, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #74,844 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#12 in Religious Fiction Anthologies
#29 in Christian Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#129 in Religious Science Fiction & Fantasy (Books)
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After buying this I found out it's kind of like a game I played when I was young. One person starts telling a story then the next person picks up where they left off. BUT in a Novel??? I still didn't think that could work due to different writing Styles. But it does. When one author stops, the Next one takes on the point of view of another character. It's actually quite clever and gives a refreshing flow through the long saga. I will buy the next "Cycle" of four books, which is what this "Invitation" set is.
However... although I love Peretti's books I personally feel he takes the spiritual sci-fi / fantasy element a bit far. I DO believe in Miracles, a Spiritual realm, Jesus, etc. BUT physical manifestations of objects and creatures from hell are simply past my Real-World Beliefs. This whole series is based upon something that... let's just say Outside the EXPERIENCES of 99% of people who identify as Christians. I’ll read it, but find little that Educates me for things to come.
As far as the Plot in these first four stories (inside the first book) --SPOILER ALERT-- there is one plot twist that really bugs me. In story #4 "The Girl" we see the sheriff and deputy following a child's barefoot tracks in the snow. Much of the chatter and narration was about the horrors of probably finding a kid with dead blackened feet. Well FYI... when I was a kid I went barefoot in the snow for fun... often. It's kind of a thing in northern Europe. Oh, and the early humans apparently did it routinely. The first winter for USA's Pilgrims??? All adults were terribly ill, the children ran the colony and they did it barefoot. It’s NOT a big deal.
……BUT THAT ISN'T what Seriously Bugs me. Eventually they get word there's a barefoot child in town so the sheriff and deputy halt their search. Their entire assumption is that there Can't Be Two children going barefoot at the same time. In the real world there could have still been a kid lost in the wilderness--ESPECIALLY when they find the girl in town doesn’t have Any harm to her feet. They “should’ve” gone back to searching for a kid with dead blackened feet. I lost respect for these characters after that.
Congratulations to all. Keep up the good work!