To give the listener true cinematic experience, this audiobook has been designed with movie quality sound effects by Christopher Harvengt and Charles Maynes and an original score by legendary guitar player Steve Hunter. Original cover art by Jonathan Davenport and Andrew Cremeans.
Set in the late 80s, Hamlet Sarkissian’s Lovers in the Fog is told by the candid voice of human rights attorney Luke Forsyth who embarks on a solo drive up the east coast of the United States to rendezvous with the love of his life, a mystery woman who went missing a decade before.
As Luke’s obsessive journey unfolds, the foggy road provides Luke with an empty canvas upon which he paints his memories, desires and deepest fears. His old love affair, his young family, his efforts to extricate dissidents from Gorbachev’s Russia, his run-ins with the KGB are vividly recounted and parsed in order to filter truth from reality. A life-changing revelation awaits Luke at the end of his trip.
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Lovers in the Fog
Sensual, beautiful journey through passion, satire, and historical landmarks that we wrongfully keep assuming, or more like wishing, are about to be irrelevant. Very engaging.
I have not read a book for years so this appealed to me and I was not disappointed. It was fantastic, the sound made it totally absorbing and the story was gripping.
Lovers in the Fog is unlike any audio-book I've ever listened to
This was fantastic from start to finish. Lovers in the Fog is unlike any audio-book I've ever listened to, it's almost more of a cinematic experience for the mind than it is a mere audio-book. I wish all audio-books sounded like this.