? Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn

May 7th, 2021 Kimberly Review 5 Comments

7th May

A vlogger, a cult and bizarre events pulled me into Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn. Check out my thoughts on this unique audio experience narrated by Ryan Lee Dunlap.

? Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn
Order of the Void
by Robert Vaughn
Narrator: Ryan Lee Dunlap
Length: 4 hours and 45 minutes
Genres: Fiction
Source: Author
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Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarHalf a Star
Narration: 3 cups Speed: 1.3x

Internet vlogger Jeffery Bailey, attends the funeral of his dead best friend. While at the funeral Jeffery is given a package from his friend's mother. After looking through the contents of the package, Jeffery learns that it was more than just a simple home invasion that took the life of his friend.

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Narrated by Ryan Lee Dunlap Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn invites listeners along for a strange tale when internet vlogger Jeffery Bailey receives a strange package from the mother of his recently deceased friend. The item inside suggests his death wasn’t a simple home invasion gone wrong.

In the box, Bret’s mother gave him is a thumb drive containing a video of a bizarre ritualistic murder. It appears the murder was done by a cult who worship someone/thing called “Rojachar.” This gave way to a twisted thriller with occult overtones.

While Jeffery reports this information to the police and turns over the thumb drive, he himself investigates. Told mainly in first person, Jeffery documents his discovers on his video blog. Soon two operatives from the United States Special Security Agency are at his door. He ignores their warning to stop pursuing his investigation and vows to uncover and stop the cult that killed his friend.

This was a fun, thrilling story and I loved that it involved a vlogger and all the trappings that come with it, from posting info as he discovers it, to interviews with ex cult members. All of this leads vlogger Jeffery B. into danger. Thankfully, Special Security Agents Hayes and Miller offer aid because our boy Jeffery is making some people very unhappy, and it’s a deadly game.

From the gathering of clues to the consequences of his investigation, Vaughn weaved a suspenseful tale. Devin Highmore leads the cult known as the Order of The Void. Vaughn shared some unique twists on superstition and lore. It was different, fresh, and came with some high stakes implications.

Jeffery was a likeable character and his pursuit of answers, vlogger world, and actions felt genuine. From the unexpected ending to the discoveries and lessons, I enjoyed this tale and look forward to listening to more stories from Robert Vaughan.

Ryan Lee Dunlap narrates and was new to me. I listened at normal speed before bumping it up to 1.3x a place I found comfortable without losing the nuances of his voice. He provided different voices and switched easily between them. While his delivery could feel monotone, he provided an enjoyable listen and I would try another narration from him.

Fans of Occult fiction, suspenseful thrillers and fictions involving vloggers, social media.

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About Robert Vaughn

Robert Vaughn

Robert Vaughn was born and raised in Houston, Texas. In 2009, he graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting. When he is not educating himself on the latest political news or writing, he is normally in the gym or being a total nerd with video games, tabletop role-playing games or something sci-fi related.

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Kimberly is a coffee loving book addict who reads and listens to fictional stories in all genres. Whovian, Ravenclaw, Howler and proud Nonna. She owns and manages Caffeinated PR. The coffee is always on and she is ready to chat. Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

5 Responses to “? Order of the Void by Robert Vaughn”

  1. Ailyn Koay

    a little creepy on the cover side, didn’t look like a thriller (more like a horror) to me