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Between the Layers

The Data Collectors # 3

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Between the Layers
Written by: Danielle Palli
Narrated by: Graham Mack, Danielle Palli
Series: The Data Collectors #3
Genres: Genetic Engineering | Science Fiction
Published: 14th of September, 2021
Length: 8 Hours 53 Minutes



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After more than 100 years of peace, Erde must prepare for war for the first time in over a century. The only problem is, they don’t know how. Because they are small in number, they are forced to learn and become experts on things they know nothing about - and fast! Under threat from the Royals, the Vitruvians, and the Null, TARA (and its Makerspace) has been converted to accommodate warcraft, combat training, psychological warfare, espionage, and interrogation. If that weren’t enough, to save Lucene from the demon, Jasper Set, Reverend Isabella was forced to open a portal, but not to other dimensions as intended. She managed to create a leak where beings from other shamanic realms can come and go, in and out of their everyday reality. She must now find a way to seal the leak between worlds. Everyone was worried about the end of Earth, but what about the end of Erde?



A Delightful Conclusion to a Great Trilogy

Review by: The Audiobook ReviewBetween the Layers, written by Danielle Palli, is the third book of the Data Collectors trilogy in a series that took me by surprise in the first book and sucked me right into the world created by Palli. These books blend magic and sci-fi while still being very down to earth and are filled with such an interesting and unique cast of characters.

In book three, Lucene and her pals deal with the after-effects of book two. The banishing of the demon Jasper Set to a different realm has created a few new issues for the people of Erde. Other creatures are making their way through to cause havoc, and a war is brewing between empires that might just be the end of the peaceful planet Erde.

Like the previous books, this one had me tearing through vast chunks of time and earbud battery power as it's one of those stories that once you're into, it's hard to find the will to stop.

Narration again by Graham Mack and Danielle Palli brought the book to life. When Danielle reached out to let me know book three was available, she mentioned that an updated version of book one would be coming soon, where she will be voicing the female characters as she did for books two and three. While Mack did a great job in book one, I believe the dual-narration works much better. For some books, more than one narrator can be hit-and-miss at times, but for me, Graham and Danielle work well together.

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Overall, well recommended and a series that I'll be listening to again in the future.

I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I have not let this gift affect nor influence my opinions of this audiobook and have left an honest review.


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Reviewed: 2021-09-24

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