Oracle by Andrew Pyper

Oracle by Andrew Pyper

Oracle by Andrew Pyper

Narration Elevates Mediocre Story

Awarding 2.5 stars but rounding up to 3 for the outstanding narration, my expectations were high, fueled by my admiration for Joshua Jackson in Fringe and Dawson’s Creek. Unfortunately, this novel fell short of my expectations.

Nate Russo collaborates with the FBI on missing persons cases, considering himself more a seer than a psychic. His unique gift enables him to locate the missing but forces him to share in their terror. Unwillingly bestowed upon him by The Bone Man, a terrifying ghost from his childhood home, Nate’s gift becomes a curse.

As The Bone Man escalates his actions, Nate is compelled to return to his hometown to find a missing girl before it’s too late. Despite the excellent narration, the storyline disappoints. The revelation of The Bone Man’s origin story lacks impact, and the ending offers no surprises. Exclusive to audio, the dialogue feels somewhat mismatched for the medium.

However, for Audible enthusiasts, there might be merit in giving this a chance. While it didn’t resonate with me, your experience might differ, particularly if you’re a fan of the auditory format.

Oracle by Andrew Pyper

Rating out of 5
#It Was Good
Book 75 of 75
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