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Fever Dream - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child (Audiobook)

Destined to be a fan favorite, this exciting new thriller from bestselling authors Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child features Agent Pendergast and tells the dark history of his murdered wife, Helen.

Author Bios:
Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child are the coauthors of the bestselling novels The Relic, Mount Dragon, Reliquary, and Riptide. Lincoln Child is a former book editor at St. Martin's Press and has published numerous short-story anthologies. Douglas Preston worked for the American Museum of Natural History, is a regular contributor to The New Yorker, and in 1989 retraced Coronado's thousand-mile odyssey on horseback. Both writers welcome reader e-mail at


My Opinion:
Since this was an audiobook, I'll start by telling you about the narrator, René Auberjonois. He has been on Boston Legal, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and The Practice. He has a smooth sound that is clear and easy to listen to. He made a great narrator.
The story starts out in Africa, and it was exciting. A stalker lion... who wouldn't like that?! I was instantly reminded of the movie, Ghost in the Darkness.
Then years passed and we end up in New Orleans. The action is slow at first, but not for very long. Pendergrast has a no bullshit attitude that I really respect. He is a very interesting character indeed.
Plus I learned afterward that Pendergrast, the man character, is a bit of a literary celebrity. Already penned into 6 books.
Interesting twists happen throughout the story, so much so, I want to read it in print format. A truly fabulous read, and I can't wait to read more on this character.


~I received a copy from Hachette Book Group. I was not compensated for my opinion.~


  1. This kind of book is my wife's favorite.

  2. interesting story. i'd actually like to hear it, as i like rene (from star trek) ;-D

  3. I don't usually read thrillers. But when they are wxceptionally good, I make and exception. Looks like I need to look into this one :)

  4. The only one of their books I have read is The Relic and I loved that one. Rene Auberjonois has a great voice which would make listening really easy.

  5. I thought this was a great book. I really enjoy the series.


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