John Walker had a surprise in mind for his wife. His satellite radio had a surprise in store for him. The voice on the radio, a person named Zell, offers to solve all of John’s problems for him. In return, John has to agree to a small, insignificant payback.
Insignificant, of course, is a relative term, especially when you are dealing with the Devil.
Nicollette Blackeagle –
I thought that this novella would have been a lot better than it was but I was completely wrong. The storyline did not fit and was not well thought out. This book was more of a comedy that wasn’t exactly funny. The narrator was just ok so I guess he fit perfectly. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed and this is my honest unbiased review.
Greg Hansen –
I find Nicolette’s review to be disingenuous. Alan Bruun has had 5 stars on every book he has narrated, so her comment did not make sense. She didn’t like the book – fine, but not liking the narrator is another story.