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  • The Adventures of Edward Brett, Volume One

  • By: Matthew Fraser
  • Narrated by: Nicholas Morton
  • Length: 13 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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Summary

Five thousand five-hundred years old. Forged in fire. He's a god you've forgotten, fighting the monsters that haven't forgotten you.

The Adventures of Edward Brett: Volume One tells the thrilling tales of bad joke-loving god Edward Brett and his human best friend Wanda Smith as they travel Great Britain in a campervan, fighting monsters and solving supernatural mysteries. 

From defeating a sentient forest to doing battle with the devil, and from going on a road trip with the ghost of Anne Boleyn, to being hunted by demons in a shopping center, Edward and Wanda have never a dull moment in the first volume of this new series. 

Laughter, terror, joy, and sadness all await on this paranormal adventure of a lifetime. Are you coming along for the ride?

©2019 Matthew Fraser (P)2020 Matthew Fraser

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This was a very entertaining romp, which as other reviewers have mentioned has shades of Dr Who, but also more soulful, the language/references felt slightly 1980s, which is no bad thing! Great performance by the narrator. Will be looking out for volume 2.