Redeye

Redeye Henry Donner had heard of people avoiding a flight because of premonitions of doom but he never suspected that the opposite may also be true some people are drawn to a doomed plane because deep down

  • Title: Redeye
  • Author: G. Norman Lippert
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 362
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  • Henry Donner had heard of people avoiding a flight because of premonitions of doom, but he never suspected that the opposite may also be true some people are drawn to a doomed plane because deep down, they hunger for the end Worse, it may be their collective, suicidal will that makes it happen Now, only as redeye flight two ninety lifts off does Donner realize the truthHenry Donner had heard of people avoiding a flight because of premonitions of doom, but he never suspected that the opposite may also be true some people are drawn to a doomed plane because deep down, they hunger for the end Worse, it may be their collective, suicidal will that makes it happen Now, only as redeye flight two ninety lifts off does Donner realize the truth the airliner s final destination isn t New York, but oblivion, and he s the only one who can do anything about it if, that is, he can get past the demonic forces on board to watch it happen.

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    1. Originally reviewed on LauraofLurkingStrong language: mildDrugs: noViolence: yesSexual content: impliedI received a free copy of this book in return for an unbiased reviewDisclaimer: I have known this author personally for several years. I have seen their work grow and change over this time and enjoyed watching their journey. I have not let this affect my review, I have treated this book as if from a stranger to the best of my abilityHenry Donner is a man bogged down by guilt from his past yet t [...]


    2. "I wanted to be an astronaut"Have you ever sat in the airport waiting area, looking around at the other passengers about to travel with you on the flight? Have you ever had that sinking feeling, that something wasn't quite right? Henry Donner is a man full of remorse over the death of his wife some months before. He is leaving for New York, a job interview and, he hopes, a fresh start. But something feels wrong.This beautifully written and atmospheric story captures his fears exactly, then flies [...]


    3. There is nothing better than reading a story where your expectations about the plot, characters and anticipating the ending change after each and every chapter. I would never have expected the ultimate ending from the initial premise. Although there are many authors who can give you a plot with a few exciting points on the way to a great ending, the primary reason I am drawn to G. Norman Lippert's stories is that he makes the entire ride from beginning to end the thrill we seek as readers. I lov [...]


    4. So, until about half way through, after getting through what was mostly demons and death, I didn't really care for this. After that point, it took an interesting turn and the end was nice with a good last touch. Had I gone into this expecting the demons and that type of thing, I may have enjoyed the first part a little more.The narrator did a wonderful job with the various characters throughout the whole book.This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchang [...]


    5. Note: In exchange for an unbiased review, the author, publisher, and/or narrator were kind enough to provide an audio version of this book at no charge via AudiobookBlast.This was different but in an interesting way. It's the first book I've ever listened to by this author and the narrators. They (the narrators) did a good job of bringing the characters to life. The author did a good job of keeping things moving along at the right pace. This was a quick listen - less than three and a half hours. [...]


    6. “This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”This story set in the 70's, is right out of either Twilight Zone or maybe Alfred Hitchcock Presents. The plane is going to the passengers final destination or is it. One man must figure it out.Unexpected ending, all I can say is WOW!!!!!!!The narration was well done.The characters were well portrayed.


    7. This was a short,fun,horror book.Henry was creeped out by the reactions people were having prior to deciding not to board the plane.He had second thoughts himself.Once on the plane he knew it was destined for tragedy. Steve White is fine as the main narrator,as is Jeanine Le as sometimes narrator.I was given this book free for an honest review.


    8. This is a unique and well-done story. It got increasing strange as the story progressed, to become darkly surreal midway through. But I was fascinated with the plot and kept going, hoping for a good payoff. And I got it! Well worth the read. The author has a good grip on language and building scenes. Felt like I was on the airplane, bizarre as his flight was. :) Will look for more from this author.


    9. "This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."It takes a little while to place all the playing pieces, but when the story starts unfolding it's a crazy ride into darkness with no place to escape to. The story keeps you guessing what the heck is happening for a while, and when you figure it out then it becomes a race against time and a story of redemption. Very well written. The ending was refreshingly [...]


    10. Overall I really liked this book. It was right out of the twilight zone trippy, eery, what-the-heck-is-going-on-ish. I wouldn't say it was suspenseful or overly scary though. What I liked most about this book is that I didn't guess the ending. There was enough foreshadowing in the details to give you an idea what might happen, but there were enough twists and turns in the story that it was never given away. I was genuinely surprised with the ending and was satisfied with the way the story was wr [...]


    11. I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.Very Trippy! I love books like this, where you feel like you just stepped into an episode of the Twilight Zone. I didn't know where the story was going at times, but that's what made it so great - when you think you have it figured out it takes a U turn in another direction. Good book, I recommend. Everyone will enjoy this.


    12. “This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”I love plot twists all through out the book. This one had my head spinning with all the twists. Loved it! Why you have premonitions and stick to them should always be your guide. If not sure, then don't.Characters were extremely developed and worth listening to. If you want a great read that isn't very long, this will definitely fulfill your itch.






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