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Publisher's Summary

3:21 a.m.:

Henry Bins has traveled 3000 miles.

To see the sun.

June 21st.

Fairbanks, Alaska.

Sunrise is 3:07 a.m.

Fourteen minutes later.

Eight hundred people will be dead.

©2019 Nick Pirog (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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The story continues

I like Henry Bins stories and plan on continuing to the end. So far I have fond the story interesting and want to find out why this happened to him.

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Suspense is building

This is more of an episode in a series than prior books which tend to have “all’s well “ endings. So if you like suspense and surprise then stay in order and don’t look ahead.
This episode had fewer light hearted moments so I didn’t enjoy it as much (I place high value on humor and Mr Pirog can be hilarious).
Also was irritated that Nick or Henry had a distorted view of nature but realized Henry’s recollection was actually amazingly accurate under the circumstances. (So forgive the unrealisms but see how many you spot. Understanding cat-speak doesn’t count.)

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Best one yet!

Filled with Drama at every turn, offset with humorous dialog, and unexpected twists. Jamie does a great job, I wish the books were longer, I want more!

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Love Henry Bins

Dude is awesome. Hellaish series. Held me from the beginning. Amazing the story that can happen around a dude awake for only an hour a day. Diving in to the next in series now!