THIS PAPER WORLD

Description: Jim Hunt is an average 18 year old college student… or he would like to be.  He dreams of a door.  An important secret about who or what he is lies behind that door; a secret he doesn’t want to let out.  During a trip home for Christmas break, he is confronted by his destiny, but will he follow the path that his old teacher Park would like him to?  Or will he walk away to live a normal life?
Described as Stephen King meets X-men or Star Wars meets Jason Bourne, this podiobook will appeal to fans of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Anne Rice, Scott Sigler, Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff, Harry Potter or the Twilight series.

 

eBook available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords or wherever fine eBooks are sold.

Check out the Promo…

Audio Promo

 

… the Literary Trailer…

…or the FREE audiobook

Prologue

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Finale – Chapter 19 and Epilogue

 

 

6 thoughts on “THIS PAPER WORLD

  1. Pingback: Podiobooks | Stephen King Fancast

  2. Grrr, this book (along with the Jeff Lane Audio Books feed) isn’t available to Canadians in the iTunes store. Can you tweak the settings so we can enjoy it too?

  3. Sorry, Karl. Unfortunately, the main Jeff Lane Audio Books feed is not available to anyone on iTunes at the moment. Still trying to figure it out. No one wants to get it up and running again more than me, trust me. If anyone knows any WordPress / Blubrry Powerpress experts, send ‘em my way, will ya?

  4. Huge fan of all of Jeff Lane’s work! Can’t wait for more! One Way was one of the very first podiobooks I listened too and I was hooked from there. What a wonderful storyteller; it’s truly like watching a movie in your head! Most importantly, the characters make sense! Keep up the good work :)

  5. Thanks so much, Brandie!! I’m glad you are hooked. And I’m glad the characters make sense. Even though the situations and plots of the book are fantastical, I always want my characters to feel real and make the decisions that real people would in those situations. I want my readers / listeners suspension of disbelief to be focused on the situations not the characters. Sounds like I might be hitting my goal. Thanks for the feedback. Keep in touch!

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