Will Stark is a self-made multibillionaire, happily married, and a proud father. He arrives home to find his house destroyed and his family murdered and is himself rescued from certain death by a mysterious trio.
His rescuers are part of a splinter faction of a centuries-old secret society that has developed incredible technological advances and unlocked the method to release humanity's innate potential. Will was mistakenly believed to be a key dissident and fugitive, on the run from the primary group, known as the Aliomenti.
Society believes him dead, and Will elects to work from the shadows to learn the secrets of the Aliomenti - secrets that can help him seek his own form of vengeance. Or, perhaps, become the man they'd sought all along.
©2012 Alex Albrinck (P)2016 Tantor
If you liked the I am Number 4 series you will love the the adult version A Question of Will.
This is a creative story, fast moving, super well read and performed, this is the reason I enjoy Audible so much, the surprise when you find a diamond quality book when you least expect it. This book has super powers, time travel,ethics, value judgements, great villains, and the reader Todd Mc claret is outstanding.
I thought this was an all round great book!
Overall the story was good but I was expecting something completely different than what I got. And I don't know if I'm either angry or happy about that!
leaving me confused because now half of me wants to buy the second book and the other half doesn't. Needless to say if you like books that leave you confused buy this book!
I live to ride my bike.
A new approach to a long time favorite in story telling. Yes, it jumps around and there is little action. The interesting parts are the secret organizations, their histories and members. What was the bases of their beliefs and how did they cultivate their members?
The genre of storytelling is difficult at best. But there are enough of questions on how the relationships were formed that kept my interest and will get me to read the next one.
Jumps around a bit. Some questions are lingering, but I suppose future books will answer? Worth a listen, realize alot will not be answered immediately.
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