Audiobook My Name Is Nelson Book Review
by Dylan Fairchild
This book was many first for me, first time listening to this narrator, first time reading/hearing the author and my first Comedic Political Thriller. A favorite moment in the book a hungover American President in the Oval Office, LAUGH OUT LOUD FUNNY!! My Name Is Nelson: Pretty Much the Best Novel Ever is really the best novel ever, I loved every minute of it.
Author Dylan Fairchild gives you an amazing read My Name Is Nelson is a VERY well-written story. Great characters, with an amusing story bringing his own brand of justice to the world’s elite. Narrator Eric Johnson performed perfectly, he made the story come to life both the writing and the narrator worked hard together to have such a successful audible. My Name Is Nelson has so many great moments throughout the book humor, politics, crazy antics and on top of that it was a thriller. Erik Johnson is absolutely spot-on, accents, even singing, creating the illusion of having several different people.
About the Audiobook
Author: Dylan Fairchild
Narrator: Erik Johnson
Length: 8 hours 14 minutes
Publisher: James George⎮2018
Genre: Humor, Fiction
Synopsis: From The Indie View: “A brilliant and unique novel…in terms of sheer storytelling mastery, it’s one of the best books we’ve seen in awhile. We give My Name Is Nelson five-plus stars and look forward to an equally well-written sequel…it’s a tremendously entertaining storyline with rich characterization and cinematic action scenes. It’s safe to say the author’s crafted a potential bestseller – and, possibly, a hit movie.” (Don Sloan)
President Andrew MacIntyre was having a pretty good first year in the Oval Office. Suddenly, during what should have been a peaceful Christmas season, he’s facing one of the worst national security crises in American history. And, it’s being masterminded out of a sleazy New Mexico strip joint? What the hell?
Is this a political thriller? Is it science fiction? A zany comedy? Perhaps it’s a love story. Whatever it is, it’s a riveting listen with a little sex appeal and a lot of laughter. It’s little wonder White House National Security Advisor Chet Addington* said this was, “Pretty much the best novel ever.”**
* Absolutely, positively, not a real person
** He’s been known to be wrong about stuff