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It's been slightly over a year since Kellan Thorne first accepted the Sentinel's mantel, and its power was renewed in him. He thought destroying an Arch Demon and banishing his Chaotic opposite would have brought him more respite than it did. Now Creation itself is under threat, by a Cabal of Angels and Demons who have found a way to shatter the foundational pillars of Time itself. This dire warning is brought to the young Sentinel by an unlikely messenger, who risks all to enlist the aid of God's unchecked hand on the world.

Kellan must decide if he will stay true to his dead master's teachings and oppose all unnatural beings, or risk everything by trusting that they might rise above their natures in defense of a common threat. This sets off a whirlwind effort that crosses both centuries and miles, as Kellan, Shannon, Meghan, and new allies try desperately to stay one step ahead of the Cabal. Their efforts will take them back to medieval Scotland and through modern day Egypt, Ethiopia, and Vatican City. Along the way, Kellan will face new threats and form new alliances as his motley crew does its best to prevent the Cabal from destroying all our yesterdays.

©2017 Robert W. Ross (P)2017 Robert W. Ross

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Never stops being exciting.

Action packed and filled with comedy. The characters are easy to fall in love with (even the ones you wouldn't think you'd fall for).

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  • Nando
  • Dayton, Ohio, United States
  • 05-25-18

This was a great listen.<br />

Another great book. Really enjoyed . Am looking forward to listening to the next installment.

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The Bad Timing of Angels(and Demons)

Unabashedly continuing my title references as I do this.

So the second book in the series thus far has showed me a couple of things.

1.)There is a difference in being a main character because you are unstoppably powerful and godlike and just so awesome OMG, and being a powerful main character who is nontheless still usually out of his league and gets by because you know how to leverage friendships with people as powerful if not moreso than yourself. One is fare more interesting than the other and it is continually evident Mr. Ross knows which one that is.

2.The most unbelievable thing in this whole series is likely how involved people at DragonCon are with supposedly very indie characters such as what happens in the beginning of this book, that or I really live in the wrong area and am thoroughly envious.

Two for two thus far with this series as Mr. Ross( with Nick Podehl and his conversational crooning) takes us on another adventure and in doing so shows us that a year in Sentinal time is still very much little league to the Supernatural world at large.

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Great book

The book has all the key elements of a great story and is a great read.

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Fantastic

Great sequel and I'm right on my way to book 3. Narration is diverse and fun and the constant references to Kvoth give me flashbacks lol

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  • Robert
  • MARIETTA, GA, US
  • 10-19-17

Another Winner!

If you are looking for a great sci-fi, fantasy series then look no further. Robert Ross is a brilliant author and paired with the amazing talents of Nick Podehl narration, this book is a joy to listen to. I was sucked into this fantasy world feeling like the characters were long time friends. I enjoyed the plot twists and found the broad range of personalities refreshing. I can not wait for book 3. I am a fan for life. Thank you.

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This book is just as entertaining as the first.

Many 2nd books try to be something but lack the wit and drive of the first. This is NOT like many 2nd books. This has more of the "off the cuff" wit than the first. Also now that the characters are established Mr Ross was able to give more to the "sidekicks". They are an integral part of the plots forward motion. It was only slightly difficult in the beginning and no dull (slow) parts. Kudos to Mr. Ross for not boring us when he refreshes our memories and for showing that even the so call antagonist is more "human" than that his so called brothers Gabriel and Michael. READ and Re-read. I guarantee you missed something. (listen and RE-listen)

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great story and narrator

I enjoyed the second book as much as the first book and I can't wait to read all the books in this series. the offers rapid fire way of providing a lot of pop culture and a couple of great Easter eggs I've never heard before an urban fantasy is amazing.

I don't do a lot of reviews but when there's this great five stars doesn't seem to be enough.

these are some interesting characters that you want to root for and the introduction to new characters is just as rewarding.

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SMH!!! REALLY!!!

Spoilers!!!

First let me say I totally hate Meghan now. She really doesn't act as if she cares about Kellan at all. She keeps the secret about Ares. Stating it wasn't her secret to tell. Yet she tells her secret of Kellan to an ex boyfriend. Really! but being that the author made Kellan a little pushover whiney crybaby, he says nothing to her about it. And she doesn't seem to care one bit.

Juliet moves on with her life and was rarely in this book. Shannon, though she was in the book, barely played a part. Narrisha doesn't seem to exist anymore as well. let's not forget about Raphael. not in the book at all either.

Kellan turns into a complete idiot. He doesn't get stronger. I mean zero progression in powers. He can't even defend himself from Meghan. Who blatantly could care less if she killed him or not. There's no chemistry in this book. Everybody is a jerk.

This book did not di this series justice.

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Who talks like that....

First book was pretty ok. Having only one witty character was fine but in the second one it seems like everyone has the same douchy hipster personality. I couldn’t make it past the scene where the main goes to visit Juliet’s house. Seriously who talks like that?

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