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Tennessee Night

Narrated by: Paul Thornley
Series: Jack Nightingale, Book 8
Length: 10 hrs and 25 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Children are killing themselves across the state of Tennessee. Is it a horrible coincidence, or are dark forces at work? 

When Jack Nightingale learns that there is a mysterious list of children who are at risk, he takes the case, spurred on by the fact that he knows one of the names, and that makes it personal. His investigation brings him up against a demon from hell who is being used on a mission of revenge. But if Nightingale is to save the children and his own soul, he’ll need help from an old adversary.

©2018 Stephen Leather (P)2019 Isis Publishing Ltd

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Another fantastic book

Another great tale by Stephen Leather, it kept you on the edge of a chair until the very end.

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  • Robert Lanckton
  • 11-03-2019

Rushed audio, poorly edited, but good book.

I've listened to pretty much every book in the Nightingale series, and this is one really is a step backward in quality. Paul Thornley is great, and the story is good, but the editing is clearly rushed.

There are some parts where the narrator re-reads the same line, long silences that are immersion breaking, I'm pretty sure there are parts where I can hear paper moving, and quite, unfortunately, too many times, I can hear swallowing - this makes me very uncomfortable.

Again, I think most of the creatives involved do a good job, and I'm willing to overlook these flaws to finish the story, but it could use a second go at editing to improve quality.

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 07-03-2019

Bloody marvellous

This was a weird one, sad and triumphant all in one, bravo Mr Leather, I was pretty in much in terror from the seventh hour onwards, would this be the end of Jack? Sighs in relief, NO, he gets to live on and the reason why made me smile so wide my face is still aching hours later ... read it and laugh ... this one's a winner

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  • Jen J
  • 22-03-2019

fab

love love love Jack nightingale looking forward his next adventure. bring back Jenny please! 5*

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  • Angle
  • 09-04-2019

good as ever

enjoyable story and brilliant narration as always. shame it's the last. Would recommend it as with all the books in the series

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  • s j haney
  • 09-06-2019

Another amazing Nightingale novel

Ill keep it short, hands down the best Nightingale novel to date, wow just had me hooked from the first chapter.
Read amazingly by Paul Thornley as always who brings the Nightingale series so much character and consistency with his narration.
Proserpine “Time to pay the piper Nightingale you’ve danced you last jig 😈”
I leave it there !

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  • The Glamizon
  • 02-06-2019

Many a sleepless night, but worth it.

I love this series. Addictive and impossible to put down. Applause also for the narrator. x

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  • Anthony
  • 10-05-2019

Supernatural

I love Stephen Leather but I didn't realise he alsol wrote supernatural stories and I hate those. Sorry. But I couldn't get past the second chapter.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-03-2019

Fantastic

I just can’t get bored of the Jack Nightingale character he just gets better
Paul Thornley is an amazing narrator which just brings Stephens books to life

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 22-03-2019

Another fantastic Jack Nightingale story

I was worried that Jack Nightingale had reached his end, but thankfully he wasn't. It was uncomfortable listening to children being involved in suicide, but necessary for the plot. Very well told by Paul Thornley again.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-03-2019

Another fab nightingale book

Love these books and especially Paul Thornley reading. Can't write fast enough but at least I can re listen over and over.

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  • TrickstersDaughter
  • 17-03-2019

Another amazing Jack Nightingale

Mr Leather cannot write these fast enough for me. I love Jack brought perfectly to life by Paul Thornley who is an excellent narrator - in fact his narration is SO good I prefer to listen to these than read them. Every character from Jack to Wainright to the incredible voicing of Proserpine is fantastic. I’ll admit I found the Tennessee accents
On this one a little grating but hey, he did the best he could and it didn’t ruin the story for me. Only thing that’s disappoints me is that I’ve finished and have to wait goodness how long for another instalment.