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- Book Three of the Secret World Chronicle
- Narrated by: Nick Sullivan
- Length: 23 hrs and 51 mins
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From New York Times best seller and science fiction and fantasy mistress of adventure Mercedes Lackey, Book number three in a new pulse-pounding saga of modern-day humans with superpowers. The metaheroes deal with supervillain Verdegris, who seeks to destroy them from within,before turning their attention back to the Thulian conspiracy.
It’s go time once again for the meta-heroes including fire-bender John Murdock, hacker-witch Vikki Nagy, healer Belladona Blue, super-quick Mercurye - and most of all for their ghostly ally, Seraphym, the spirit of the world Verdegris knows he must trap and destroy her if he is to take down the metas.
From New York Times best-seller and science fiction and fantasy mistress of adventure Mercedes Lackey together with a team of top-notch collaborators, the third entry in the blockbuster saga of superpowers – and the very human men and women who must learn to wield them.
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- S. Johnson
GOOD BEGINNG TO A GREAT STORY
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THE FRIST THREE BOOKS OF THIS SERIES ARE GREAT ,IT IS REALLY NEW AND DIFFERT WAY OF WRITING SCI-FI ,THE STORY MAKES GREAT READING IF ALL THREE BOOKS ARE READ TOGETHER. BOOK ONE SETS THE PLAYERS , BOOK TWO SETS THE PLOT, BOOK THREE TELLS THE STORY, WITH ACTION ALL THE WAY THROUGH.
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Great Story! Well worth the listen.
My brother got me to listen to this. it's one of the best series I've listened to in years.
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I really do love this entire project. The multiple POVs - and multiple authors - working together have formed a truly complex and interesting world full of meta-humans and nazis duking it out. They do large scale action and battles in ways I haven't read/ listened to in other books. And still, throughout, they somehow they usually manage to make it feel grounded in a sense of reality, or at least their own brand of everyday reality, and you come to really feel for the characters.
I think that is part of my problem, I listened to this first three straight through and was invested in the people - so when we're hit with John Murdock's plot twist at the end of this book....well without giving away spoilers, it was painful to listen to.
I don't know if I'm alone in this, and it will probably be worked out, but what happened made me angry.
I'm probably going to take a break from the series for a bit before I dive into the fourth book - not because of lack of quality but so I lose my disappointment a bit, and get some emotional distance from it.
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