From thriller and suspense master Brett Battles comes Pale Horse, the third book in the Project Eden thriller series.
And I looked, and behold a pale horse;and his name that sat on him was Death,and Hell followed with him. -Revelations 6:8
A simple push of a button and the world will never be the same.
Martina Gable returns home from college to spend Christmas break with her family, but the relaxing vacation she expects is not even close to what she'll get. Sanjay, a young man in Mumbai who knows more than he should about Project Eden’s plan, will do whatever he can to keep Kusum, the girl he loves, alive and safe.
A boy named Brandon Ash runs for his life in the hills of Montana, wanting only to see his family again.
But first there is Daniel, the boy’s father, who watches Olivia Silva’s finger hover over the enter key that will decide the fate of humanity. Do you think you’re safe?
Pale Horse is part of the Project Eden continuing sage, which is best read after completing volumes 1 and 2 (Sick and Exit 9))
©2012 Brett Battles (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
“Sick didn’t just hook me. It hit me with a devastating uppercut on every primal level - as a parent, a father, and a human being.” (Blake Crouch, author of Run)
“…a gem of an outbreak story that unfolds like a thriller movie and never lets up, all the way to the last page. Absolutely my favorite kind of story!” (John Maberry, New York Times bestselling author)
“…not only grabs you by the throat, but by the heart and gut as well, and by the time you finish you feel as if you've just taken a runaway train through dangerous territory. Buy these books now. You won't regret it.” (Robert Browne, best selling author of Trial Junkies)
I prefer mystery/thriller genre including YA with some non-fiction. I dislike and attempt to avoid novels that include the paranormal.
Project Eden is a continuing series that can be thought of as a single 60 hour book, so each of the first 6 books end with a lot of uncertainty and unresolved issues. The suspense builds up to a point that very few action thrillers can match. Along with the Jonathan Quinn series Project Eden establishes Brett Battles as one of the best thriller writers ever. Sick is the first book in the series.
McLeod Andrews narrates the Project Eden series and he does his usual great job.
I was really enjoying this story until it just ended in the middle of a "scene" with no logical reason for it. I feel as tho this Eden series was really supposed to be one big book but , in order to squeeze more money out of the readers, it was broken up into 4 (or more?) sections and marketed separately. And whoever broke them up just did it randomly. Had it had a reasonable ending I'd have given it 4 stars and as it was, I was strongly leaning toward only 2 stars.
Least is easy - it practically ends in the middle of a sentence! Okay slight exaggeration there but not by much!
Most - the expanding of some minor characters from the earlier books.
Not until the next book in the series is out
Yes, great job with accents.
As a stand alone, no. But a movie based on the series sure.
Yea when does the next book come out?
Say something about yourself!
Just keep listening the story develops but yes the end is basically mid sentence. I got the "this has been an audible presentation" statement and let out a shrill "what??" I cant wait to listen to the next one!
My introduction to this author is very disappointing. Didn't hold me or wow me.
I would not try another book .
Boring couldn't finish it.
I like the storyline reminiscent of the "stand" the cause of the protagonist action are despicable and I applaud each of their demise. I particularly like the different areas of the world the story take place but was disappointed the continent of Africa was not covered...however I've only completed book 3.....I'm sure Africa will be visited maybe to the degree that it will be the savior continent Narrator is phenomenal!!
not really, I liked his other series but this one is in 6 books + and could be done in 2-3.
Not in this Genre but this series by this author.
Loved every moment. Cant wait to read the next book "Ashes". Brett Battles continues the plot and leaves you wanting more.
Eh, if they read the first two in the series, why not... but I would tell them not to expect any real ending.
I think the story was fine until the end when it just ended abruptly. It was like the author simply decided they didn't feel like finishing it.
Can't say that it did.
If you are looking for any closure, don't expect to get it from this book. It's almost as if there is a fourth book planned. You can use your imagination, but the book deserves some additional content. Hopefully this is not a just a trilogy and there is a fourth book on its way!
This is the third book in the fantastic 'Project Eden' series and it just get's better and better. So many twists and turns from beginning to end, with new characters and story streams being subtly introduced as you read along.
You can't help but be sucked into the world of the wonderful characters and their individual stories.
This was the first book I 'read' with Audible and Kindle using their whispersync for voice, in all honesty, this is something I have been hoping would come along for a long time and it did not disappoint - it really is a fantastic way to read books.
I'm enjoying reading this series and loved the first two books. This book leaves you feel 'what! Finished already'. As the start of the book is a continuation of the last scene in book two and the end scenes seem unfinished; maybe the series should have been split better.
Saying that, I'm going to continue to read the rest of the Eden Project series and still would recommend it.
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