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Summary

This story starts off in a mystical forest when Anson, a small dog who goes up against his parents and is then turned away. Not knowing what he will encounter and the dangers that lurk the forest Anson is unknowingly lead through an epic journey to new experiences of life.

©2012 Clifton Pugh (P)2014 Clifton Pugh

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  • Chad Cook
  • 06-09-14

Ok Story...Good Narrator

This is not the best story you will read or listen to this year but neither is it the worst. The story seems a little disjointed and does not always flow well. The narrator is better. Koehn's narration of the various characters is not bad especially for someone who is only at the beginning of his narrating career. Despite a couple of voice cracks here and there the narration is well done. I felt that he did well with the main character Anson but that the mom and dad could have used a little more inflection (though I know female characters can often be difficult for male narrators). I expect that as Koehn continues to "find his voice(s)" in narrations that his performances will only get better.