The Navigator

(3 customer reviews)


The navigator has a message….

A message from another dimension for the first sentient android. But she’s not listening.

Tess has her own ideas about what the world should look like. And she’s very creative.

Will Manning seems to have it all. But he’s hiding a secret. As he embarks on a desperate journey to find a cure for the pain that haunts him, Will finds himself on a path that leads to the first sentient android, Tess, with whom he shares a strange connection.

As the bond between Will and Tess grows, Will realizes they are linked by an event he witnessed as a child. When the consequences of that night begin to unfold, they are pulled into a world where nothing is as it seems. Once pieces of the puzzle start to come together, secrets are revealed, and a race against time for the survival of the world begins.

A rousing, otherworldly mix of science fiction, action, and…humor. Although part of the Impermanent Universe series, this book can be enjoyed as a stand-alone. Strap in, and enjoy the ride.

3 reviews for The Navigator

  1. Jerry Harkey

    I was captivated from beginning to end, never able to anticipate what would happen next let alone where it would finish. An all-to-realistic look at a possible near-future with Sci-Fi and Fantasy elements, some romance, action-adventure and even some humor! There is no fluff in the 9 hours so pay attention to every detail as it rolls out…Highly Recommended.

  2. Laura Rose

    This is my first experience with Vern Buzarde’s work. The story is about the first sentient android which is something that is closer to a reality than it has ever been in the past and therefore the book does bring up some very important thought provoking issues. I found this book to be entertaining and enjoyable and I recommend it without reservations. Eric Jason Martin does a great job with the narration. I requested this audio book from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  3. John Mckeown

    After the joys of the first book i was keen to listen to this one, and wasn’t disappointed.
    the story is somewhat the same plot as the first book but set in an alternate dimension/reality that seemingly have very similarities to each other.
    little gems along the way in the story start to link the two books together but are two very different stories helped by the two different narrators really does set them apart i could but not help thinking that was a clever move by the author.
    the narration by Jason Eric Martin was faultlessly preformed well done.
    really am hoping that this trend continues into the next book.

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