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Lightshow Bright

Narrated by: Lori VanScyoc
Length: 12 mins
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The agents are closing in. Her friends are nowhere to be seen. She can hardly control her powers. Can Lightshow make it out?

©2018 George Saoulidis (P)2018 George Saoulidis

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  • Mary Karowski
  • 07-01-2019

Do electronic sheep dream?

This short story gave me the mental image of a blade runner (original) setting with powered humans (mutants?) being hunted by a shadowy agency. A new member of this rebellion being tested/sent on a mission. The absence already aware of her powers. The trust needed in each other to complete a mission. I would love a deeper look into this world to which we have been given a window. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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  • Ostfeld
  • 07-01-2019

Wow!

How does he do it?
I truly don’t understand how the author George Saoulidis grabs you from page one, first word till the last word in such a short story but he somehow able to do it.
I’ve never seen it done before by any other author and I don’t believe that I’ll ever will, it’s an amazing talent!
Narration by Lori VanScyoc was spot on.



In exchange for an honest review I’ve received this audiobook.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 04-03-2019

I got you.

Just eight minutes long, how much can happen? Well, in a short by author George Saoulidis, an awful lot. Thrown straight into the action, we accompany Samantha, also codenamed Lightshow, on her first (dare I say it?) dazzling mission. Quite brilliant.
Unfortunately, I cannot say the same of the narrator. Although technically good, Lori VanScyoc's delivery was so abrasive that I personally found it disconcertingly hard to take in and unsympathetic to the character. I had to listen twice to get beneath it. Better to read the story in print.
My thanks to Mythographers who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary audio copy.