Hunter Patrol


Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.2 stars; 279 reviews)

World War IV has dragged on for 12 years and the whole world is drained and tired of the killing and destruction. One man, a high school chemistry teacher from St. Louis in the USA, is serving his latest forced stint in the UN forces when something strange happens to him. He dies but yet he doesn't. What if you had the power to bring peace to the entire world? What would you do? This story explores a frightening and strange journey into the murky depths of human needs and desires and how they can twist and turn back upon us. (1 hr 14 min)

Chapters

1 - Chapter 1 11:24 Read by Phil Chenevert
2 - Chapter 2 17:04 Read by Phil Chenevert
3 - Chapter 3 16:42 Read by Phil Chenevert
4 - Chapter 4 15:12 Read by Phil Chenevert
5 - Chapter 5 14:24 Read by Phil Chenevert

Reviews

Worth a try

(3 stars)

I was really curious about the plot as I am a fan of this author. Unfortunately, I could not get past the seemingly random changes in voice pitch and inflection of the narrator. That may be a matter of taste, so give it a try.

Fantastic!

(5 stars)

an excellent story of time travelling paradox. wow I really ate the end of this story up I wanted so much more and now I feel the need to hunt more of this authors stuff down. well worth the read at only 5 chapters long. narrator was also very good I'm quite fond of the way he reads. all in all a wonderful experience.

Hunter Patrol

(3.5 stars)

Good story, one of those that are designed to make you think. I'm a big fan of the narrator but I think he is better suited to stories with a hint of humour, possibly more of him reading the Stainless Steel Rat stories at which he excels would be good.

excellence again

(5 stars)

The esteemed Chenevert brings to life a short and sweet yarn by the esteemed Piper. Certainly one of the best uses of less than one and one half hour of your time, fellow listeners. 5 stars all around

Temporal paradox

(4 stars)

The summary describes the plot, but the story also addresses the temporal paradox. Can you change what has already happened, or will fate always restore things to the status quo? Reading was excellent.

Good times in a quick read

(5 stars)

Very nice short it was nice out made a complete circle

Great little story

(5 stars)

Fun to listen to. Get back what you give. Well read

Fun Listen

(5 stars)

this book is fun, even though a little predictable. Great Reader!