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    Beyond the din and dancing lights of the Las Vegas strip, a young woman has mysteriously gone missing. All the facts point to something sinister - even paranormal. Quentin Draith, supernatural crime investigator, is hired to assist.

    However, the deeper Draith digs, the more otherworldly his assignment gets. Assassins, human and otherwise, put a target on Draith’s head and a ravenous alien beast starts rampaging through the city. The clues point Draith to Sin City’s infamous “Bone Triangle,” a neighborhood marked for its dark happenings and disappearances. And when Draith finds that the woman’s disappearance may be linked to an alien plot against the city, he goes all in to make a final high-stakes play to save the city he loves.

    Intriguing, unexpected, and mesmerizing, The Bone Triangle is the second in best-selling author B. V. Larson’s Unspeakable Things series.

    ©2013 B. V. Larson (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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    • Global
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    • WK
    • 08/05/2013

    Reader is nearly intolerable

    Why they changed the reader of this from the first book is a mystery far beyond the mysteries in the series. The reader has an weak, whiney, cracking, almost effeminate voice that lacks the strength and resolve necessary to carry the strong characters established in the first book. And there's no creative variation in the voices given to the characters, creating confusion many times regarding who's talking. I'm halfway through this book but I may not finish, the narration is really that bad.

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    • David F.
    • 01/02/2018

    Sequel Letdown Syndrome

    I really enjoyed the first Technomancer book, and got the Bone Triangle right after finishing. What a letdown! First of all, The new narrator gave Larson’s characters none of the grit I enjoyed in the first book, but made everybody sound like whiny children. Not that a sterling narration would have helped in any case. The story was terribly unpolished. Too much alliteration, passive voice and lame word choice bogged everything down. It’s as if the author was forced to produce a second book because the first novel had “Book One” as part of the title, and then gave up after the first draft. Very disappointed.

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    • A. Gordon
    • 18/07/2015

    Couldn't finish it ...

    I love other B V Larson series, but this one, I'll have to pass. I heard the first book in the series and thought, well, I'll give the second one a try, but I don't care for it. The world and the characters seem one-dimensional, even the bad guys aren't exciting or entertaining. At last I gave up on it because I didn't really care what happened to anyone in the book, and I didn't care much for the narrator.

    I anxiously await the release of Larson's space novels, and I dearly love the narrator Mark Boyett, so I'm not giving up on B V Larson. Just on this particular series.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 11/11/2013

    Let the darkness pull you in again.

    For me,this second book really went a little darker than the first. We are finally getting some incite into the "objects" and other character details we all wondered about.


    My only complaint......DON'T CHANGE NARRATORS! Dont get me wrong,the new narrator did a fine job. But the one voice i just got sick of hearing was McKesson(sp?). He now sounds like he is always talking with a mouth full of peanut butter.


    New narrator or not,this book was awesome and i cant wait for the next.

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    • David D. Schneider
    • 29/06/2020

    Just Don’t. Poor Narration. YA character development. Meh . . . 😱

    Sip this series. Doesn’t work and the author knows it.
    Disappointing B V Larson tale. Poor character development. Mechanistic plot advancement at times. Really weak narrator. I will avoid books by this narrator. ....................... 😱
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    • Adam Dintelman
    • 24/02/2019

    did not bother the listening can't stand

    when they chained a narrator exactly why I stopped listening to the altered carbon series.

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    • J. Stmichel
    • 03/10/2018

    Really phoned this one in

    The story was very weak, even though I enjoyed the first book. The performance of the reader only made it worse. I really like BV Larson's books, but feel like he didn't really have this one in him

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    • J. Mathews
    • 08/08/2018

    Just more of the same

    If you liked the first book, you may also like this one. For me, I discovered that the uniqueness of the first book has worn thin, and it failed to make up for the repetitive story line and lack of substance of the book.

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    • cloudasylum
    • 07/08/2017

    painful

    I loved when the book was an adult noir style series. now all characters suddenly changed too pander toward teens in an obvious manner, even the cop. I don't even know if I can finish this one. changing narrators didn't help either. now that I've finished it's even worse than I thought halfway through. the flimsiest of flimsy plots. what was going to be a new favorite author, from the first book, to one I'm never going to be able to stomach again.

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    • Rico FRU
    • 17/09/2016

    What happened?

    Technomancer was such a strange and wonderful book read like old school detective noir by Christopher Lane. He absolutely kills it. Sorry, Benjamin Darcie is just horrible reading this character. He makes Quentin Draith sound like a whiny scared loser. I get that that's how Larson has written the story in this book but come on. If the next story continues with Darcie I won't.

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