Young Adult Audiobooks Recorded by Narrator Hannibal Hills

Echo-Foxtrot Audiobook
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Echo-Foxtrot (Signal Me, Book 3)

Written by Clare Revell

Narrated by Hannibal Hills

Rescued by the US Air Force, Jim, Staci, and Lou are thrust into another agonizing situation. No one finds it easy to be under adult supervision after being on their own for so long, but without the support of the family, can the teens come to terms with the tragedies that have befallen their families and themselves? How will they cope with what is to come? What will happen to the new addition to their group? Uncertainty is all around, but surely God didn’t bring them this far together just to separate them all now.

Delta-Victor Audiobook
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Delta-Victor (Signal Me, Book 2)

Written by Clare Revell

Narrated by Hannibal Hills

Shipwrecked on the remote volcanic island of Agrihan and with one of them severely injured, Lou Benson and Jim and Staci Kirk have to find their way to civilization. Joined by orphan Ailsa Cudby, who has been living with a local village since her parents died, they set off past the volcano in search of an abandoned US Air Force base.

With time running out to get medical attention, the teens once again face danger in order to save one of their own. Will they find help in time?

November-Charlie Audiobook
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November-Charlie (Signal Me, Book 1)

Written by Clare Revell

Narrated by Hannibal Hills

When Jim and Staci Kirk’s parents go missing, he decides to search for them himself. Unbeknownst to him, his sister and their best friend, Lou, stow away to join him. It seems so simple on paper, sail from England to the Philippines and find the Kirks. But a hurricane named Erika and a relentless shark conspire against them to make the voyage one of the most perilous trips the teenagers have ever lived. Can they endure the danger? Will they find the Kirks alive or does God have another idea in mind?