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Swing Shift

Sprecher: Andrea Parsneau
Serie: Swing Shift, Titel 1
Spieldauer: 14 Std. und 16 Min.
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 Bewertungen)

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Reports to write, forms to fill, coffee to drink, leads to run down. 

Gus’s life was a tedium and boredom he’d grown comfortable with. One that he sought out after he’d come back from his tour of duty.

A detective in the paranormal investigations department. A job he could work day in and day out in relative peace. One cold and forgotten cup of coffee at a time. 

It was an environment that made some sense to him. At least in comparison to civilian life where almost nothing did. On top of that, it gave him a chance to hide what he was from the rest of the world. 

An apex predator that made the entirety of the paranormal world fear him. His very species was often killed as soon as they were found out. 

By government and citizen alike. 

He’s a Boogieman. 

A name that made humans laugh, and vampires curse. It was a strange life to be sure. 

Now though, Gus’s stable non-life is about to be kicked over. Whether he likes it or not, he’s about to be handed a case that’s going to mess up his already screwed up life.

©2019 William D. Arand (P)2019 William D. Arand

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Could have been really good

The concept of a boogeyman being a main character is a total blast, but sadly it doesn't reach it's potential. While don't having issues with the harem concept it was constantly getting more...starchy with the women. At one point it was just awkward how they all "fell into place".
The speaker did a great job, but sometimes it was difficult to interpret whether it was inner monolog or actual dialog of the main character.