Neural Wraith 2 | Podium Audio

Neural Wraith

Neural Wraith 2

Book 2

By: K.D. Robertson

Performed by: Stephanie Savannah

Released: March 21, 2023

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 15 hr, 56 min

Finance isn’t detective Nick Waite’s strong suit, but he’s learning fast as he investigates the cover-up of a murder inside Neo Babylon’s oldest bank.
The winds of conspiracy whirl around him, and everyone from the police commissioner to gang lords warn him to step back.
Taking the easy way out isn’t in his nature, however. He’s gotten where he is by being stubborn and a chance to knock a corrupt bank down a peg is too good to pass up.
But all isn’t well with his partners, the police’s elite Archangels. A new prototype model is about to be deployed, and she has her own views on humanity to force on her brethren. Nick feels more like an AI whisperer than a detective some days.
Through it all, the city continues to smolder like a powder keg ready to blow. This case will determine more than the fate of a few banking executives.



K.D. Robertson

K.D. Robertson is an author who greatly prefers writing pulp fantasy novels to his office job. He lives in Australia and could probably spend a little less time playing video games.



Stephanie Savannah

In addition to narrating over 100 audiobooks under several names, Stephanie has been seen and heard on stage in New York City and across the country. Stephanie has narrated in many genres, including Sci-Fi, Fantasy, LitRPG, Harem, True Crime, Literature, Horror, Business, and Non-Fiction. AudioFile Magazine, the audiobook industry standard for audiobook reviews, said she "uses good expression," and "has a good selection of voices," turning in a "solid performance." LitRPG Podcast said, "The narration by Stephanie Savannah stuns. She never hesitates, and she tackles serious material with vigor and enthusiasm. She certainly has the feel for filling the action and emotion in the right spots and keeps each character clearly defined. As juggling acts go, she’s flipping live chainsaws and making them look like rubber balls."