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King of the Road

Brotherhood of the Wheel, Book 2
Narrated by: Bronson Pinchot
Series: Brotherhood of the Wheel, Book 2
Length: 17 hrs and 33 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (417 ratings)

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Set in R.S. Belcher's urban fantasy Nightwise universe, the Brotherhood of the Wheel returns to explore the haunted byways and truck stops of the US Interstate Highway System in King of the Road.

Jimmie Aussapile, Lovina Marcou, and Heck Sinclair are members of a secret society dedicated to protecting those who travel America's highways from the monsters, both supernatural and mundane, that lurk in the darkness just beyond your headlights. They are the Brotherhood of the Wheel.

At home in Lenoir, North Carolina, Jimmie and his squire Heck find themselves drawn into an all-out war between two competing biker gangs. One is led by a rival biker in possession of new found supernatural allies, and the other is an all-female werewolf pack.

Meanwhile, Lovina is drawn into a missing-person case that leads to a Pennsylvania trailer park seemingly haunted by killer clowns.

One way or another, peace must be maintained, and the many roads of America must be protected. But it might just cost the Brotherhood their souls if they aren't careful.

©2018 Rod Belcher (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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The Wheel Turns...

I have never reviewed a book before. And do not plan on starting now. I just loved this book and the first one. It’s creepy and just fun. To me it’s Sons of Anarchy meets X-Files with a little Stephen King all mixed together. There is one baddie who reminds me of The Dark Man Randel Flag. And a gang of Pennywise / Violent Jay/Shaggy 2 Dope wannabes. Put don’t let that stop you. I can’t wait for the next book. The Wheel Turns...

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Worth the wait

I loved this second installment of Brotherhood of the Wheel. Alert to potential readers, it is dark, grim and gruesome at times. I don't usually read books of this variety, but this series has captured my attention and I had a hard time putting both books of the series aside until I was finished with them. The character and plot development are really outstanding.

A note on the narration, I wish the narrator and the author would give up the mixed Scottish/southern accent for Hector Sinclair. The book may read on paper differently, but in the audio version the attempt to mix the two accents is not successful and ends up distracting from the character himself.

Bring on Book 3, I'll be waiting!

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Thrilling!

I can’t put this book away. The adventures of Hec, Jimmy, Lovena, and Max continue as the group continues to thwart evil and expose corruption throughout their organization. Lots of action and creepy goodness, Belcher never disappoints.

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Fantastic Read!

Great story and excellent narration! I enjoyed this as much if not more so than the first book and can't wait for the next one!

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Lots of heart

This book is all about how to be the best human you can be in spite and despite the worst the universe can throw at you. Pinchot is just awesome.

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Cleans up towards the end

I loved the 1st book and I like this one too. However, with that said this book starts out a little scrappy as far as pulling points together that will allow further enjoyment of later chapters. Once through that things start to coalesce and the book becomes again an enjoyable read. Bronson P. Is amazing as usual with his narration abilities.

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Awesome Series!!!!

I found Rod Belcher on a whim with his Nightwise series. And I've devoured everything hes written ever since. The stories are rich and amazing. Bronson Pinchot does a great job bringing the story to life. USE THE CREDIT!!!

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If you like him you like him. Typical Belcher here

While the stories are often a little scattered as if the author is attempting to cover and mention as many popular conspiracy theory ideas as possible to show off his knowledge or "hipness" with the conspiracy scene - I cant deny his knowledge is definitely there and sufficiently demonstrated in his coverage of these topics.
Conspiracy fans should enjoy as the bell rings each time a new one is mentioned or covered / battled.
But aside from any of that ... BRONSON PINCHOT -- I MEAN C'MON -- DUDES THE MAN!! BALKI!!!!

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Supernatural meets Sons of Anarchy now we know.

The first in the series was pretty interesting, but I struggled to finish this one. The crazy mashup accents that made the first book entertaining have become old quickly. Scottish Southern? Bronson Pinchot deserves better. Also, I will just mention that half the book is about juggalo magic, so make of that what you will. Maybe you like ICP. On the bright side: werepossum.

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The wheel turns...

Another wonderful installment by Belcher. Series continuity and continuation both excellent. Bronson Pinchot's gift of so many amazing voices continues to impress. Ready for the next one!

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