Let There Be Light Free Audiobook Download by Robert Storey
Let There Be Light was an amazing biography of Robert Storey. It was well written and the narrator made it very easy to listen to. The reader had a tone that will make you feel like he's talking with you and telling his story. He did a great job at reading this book in such a way which really captured my attention and I enjoyed every minute of it. He is one of those narrators that have such a great voice that I loved listening to him read this book.
In 1865, a group of men formed a company called the Consolidated City Gas Company in London. Eventually, they owned 27,000 miles of pipes and employed over 10,000 people. They provided the city with street light. In 1878, George Westinghouse created a successful light bulb.
Robert Storey is a well-known author and this book is his bestseller. It tells the story of a boy named Tyler who's stuck living in the dark. He has been missing his parents for 9 months now and he needs help.
I loved listening to this book. It's the perfect length and I really enjoyed all of the characters. I thought the narration was really well done.
The author of this blog, Robert Storey, tells a story about a group of people who simultaneously die and come back to life. They awake from the dead in the middle of the night and find themselves inside a house with no electricity. They are able to see more easily at night when they walk around so they use flashlights to light their way through the dark house. Suddenly they hear footsteps coming up the stairs and hide, waiting for whoever is coming up to pass by. It turns out that it is their dead family members returning home after dying earlier that day. To make it back safely the protagonist must figure out how to get his flashlight batteries charged without electricity.
Let There Be Light by Robert Storey was the first book in a series I had never heard of. The writing style is easy to follow and kind of interesting - I'm not sure if it's because the author is British or not, but it felt like there was an underlying sense of pride about being British. The book starts off with a murder at Fort Lillian where two brothers find themselves bound together, with no memory of how they got there. As they struggle to survive, they become more and more aware they must not only solve the mystery surrounding their own circumstances but also uncovering a conspiracy that has been going on for decades.
|19 hours 10 minutes
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|Mystery, Thriller & Horror
|Suspense, Apocalyptic & Dystopian, Science Fiction