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  • The Seven

  • The Labyrinth, Book 1
  • By: Brian Keene
  • Narrated by: Joshua Saxon
  • Length: 7 hrs and 32 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

The Labyrinth - an interconnected mythos that binds all of Brian Keene’s works together.

The Labyrinth - an interdimensional construct that binds all of reality together.

Now, the Labyrinth is threatened. A group of malevolent cosmic entities, known as The Thirteen, have been loosed upon the universe. Ob, Leviathan, Behemoth, Nodens, Meeble, Shtar, Kandara and the rest of their kind have one goal: The complete destruction of all Creation. Seven unlikely warriors from across time and space have been called upon to stop them. If they fail, reality itself will crumble. And the collapse has already begun....

The Seven: The Labyrinth, Book 1 is the start of Brian Keene’s magnum opus, featuring characters and situations from The Rising, Earthworm Gods, Darkness on the Edge of Town, The Complex, Clickers, Dark Hollow, and many more; in an epic, multi-volume final battle that spans Keene’s vast literary universe, and will thrill both new listeners and long-time fans.

The Seven: The Labyrinth, Book 1 - where everything dies, but not everything has an ending....until now.

©2021 Brian Keene (P)2022 David N. Wilson

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Excellent Start to an Epic New Horror Series

Sometimes big crossover series can be a bit underwhelming, but Brian Keene has managed to craft an absolutely brilliant opening chapter here. The Seven brings together a group of characters from some of Keene's most popular books - including The Rising and Earthworm Gods - to face off against the biggest threats in the multiverse.
I was gripped from the opening chapter and I enjoyed the whole audiobook. Keene is one of the most consistently excellent writers working in horror today.
Joshua Saxon is the perfect choice for this series. His superb work on the Necroscope series proves he can more than handle epic fantastical horror with ease. I also think his characterisations were faultless.
I unreservedly loved every second of this audiobook, and I really look forward to the second chapter.

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