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Publisher's Summary

A thrilling new novella from best-selling author Greig Beck - starring the formidable Alex Hunter.

When the coalition of Allied Forces established an international zone in Iraq, they meant to bring peace to the region. They were succeeding - until the moment something hulked into the zone and detonated a nuclear bomb. The last images from the area prior to the blast are not of drones or the trail of an ICBM. Instead they show a solitary figure carrying the enormous weapon to the soon-to-be ground zero on its back.

Consulting an ancient prophecy, scholars warn that an ancient evil has returned, wielding the power to raise the dead to do its bidding. Major Jack Hammerson, leader of the elite commandos known as the HAWCs, knows that only one soldier is up to the task. But he cannot do it alone.

Alex Hunter, the Arcadian, teams up with old ally and Mossad spy, Adira Senesh, to unravel the age old prophecy, tracing it back to the very heart of madness.

©2015 Greig Beck (P)2015 Bolinda

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Short story, not worth full book price

Wait until it's on sale. Love the series so I got it on sale. The story isn't one of the best but I like to get everything in a series.

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A Tad Different

I have enjoyed all of 'The Arcadian' books, this one was a bit out there short story, great narration as usual Sean is a master storyteller.

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  • LB
  • 02-15-16

Very disappointed

What would have made Hammer of God better?

I really enjoy this series but this book was really not up to its usual standard.

Has Hammer of God turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes

What didn’t you like about Sean Mangan’s performance?

The story really didn't help

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Boring, it was missing something at the end. I believe it is going to have a part 2

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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I think he had a tax bill to pay!

not very good. not up to his usual standard. a filler. missable.

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  • Dalton Powell
  • 10-12-17

quality

loved every minute of this book. Got through it in two days. once I started could not stop listening.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful