The war has begun, and we are losing.
The grey men and their agents pursue us relentlessly. Our only hope is finding the mythical Hall of Records, where we hope to uncover the secrets of the Builders.
Our journey begins in Cairo, and will take us further than anyone could imagine. If we succeed, the human race has a chance. If not, our race will be extinguished.
©2016 Christopher T. Fox (P)2016 Christopher T. Fox
I enjoyed how the story and the narration. I have very much enjoyed all of the books by Chris Fox, and narrations by Ryan Kennard Burke, but for some reason, I had moments in the title where I kept getting distracted... I still enjoyed it quite a lot, but not as much as the first book.
I ride grocery carts to my car, I rescue spiders, cant leave extra time on the microwave & my son is my hero. Find me online"Blottermonkey"
I really am starting to love tie-in series/collections that authors do! While we wait for the newest books to come out - the author has given us something from the same world to chew on in order to soften our impatience, as well as feed into the story we already imagine with new ways to branch out with new & used characters in new depths.
This is the 2nd book in the tie-in series to the Deathless Collection I have fallen in love with... the world created here, wait, I mean the universe created here is like one of our own but including *high-concept, principle-based, multi-dimensional, quantum-theoretical, metaphysical, paranormal, science-fiction fantasy*
This story is good on its own but it is GREAT if you include the deathless collection by Chris Fox first.
I do suggest you start with "No such things as werewolves" or like me, get the whole Deathless Collection: Books 1-3 and the Prequel Novella
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