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Eden's Hammer

A Distant Eden, Book 3
Narrated by: Michael Hacker
Series: A Distant Eden, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 47 mins
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Volume three of the highly acclaimed and popular Distant Eden series. It's three years after the electrical grid was obliterated by a huge coronal mass ejection, and ninety-seven percent of America's population died. Adrian's war with the mountain cannibals is over and his uncle has called him home with chilling news. Something is going to annihiliate Adrian's home village, Fort Brazos. Roman won't say more than that over the radio. It takes Adrian three weeks to get home and find out what the coming threat is, and what he can do about it. Eden's Hammer begins with his arrival.

©01/06/2013 Lloyd Tackitt (P)2014 Lloyd Tackitt

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Eden's hammer

This book was enjoyable and I found it to be exciting as well. I want to read more from this author!

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What An Awesome Series!

I'm an avid reader and don't remember when I've enjoyed a storyline as much as this one and learned so much from it at the same time. It's hard to imagine such evil can exist. I have lived a much more sheltered life than I imagined. Don't miss out on the Eden series.

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Book 3 a disappointment, very repetitious.

Not instructional like book 1. After book two I knew I was taking a chance but now I wish I didn't.