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She's small. She's quiet. She's deadly.

Lou survived the plague that killed her mother. As her father sheltered her from the evil that consumed the world, he taught her how to survive. After an ambush leaves her orphaned, the young, unassuming girl put her skills to the test. A wanderer every bit as brilliant as she is deadly, she forges a new path in the wilderness once known as Texas. But can she do it alone?

Legacy is a stand-alone novel within The Traveler Series world.

©2018 Piton Press LLC (P)2018 Piton Press LLC

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  • Brian
  • Niagara Falls, NY
  • 07-20-18

A Story Worth Telling

Another stonking (forgive me, I’ve been watching a lot of Youtube lately of a British guy) intro line by Abrahams for Legacy: “She’s small. She’s quiet. She’s deadly.” I mean – don’t you want to read about Lou already? Lou might be one of the characters that I have an image in my head but I’d be really interested to see what or who Abrahams would compare her to (I might reach out and ask him since I’m that curious).

I rarely ever read books in a series back-to-back – usually because I’m caught up and the next book isn’t out. But I had the chance to read books 5 and 6 of the Traveler series back-to-back and I’m glad I did. Book 6, aka Legacy, is a standalone book in the Traveler Series. It tells the backstory of Lou. One that I could not wait to dive into.

From the other books, I knew that Lou was on her own and a master with her knives. I believe we met her in either book 4 or 3 and (not really spoiler alert) this book leads right up to the scene where Battle first meets Lou (and the same scene plays out in this book, too but from Lou’s perspective).

What I didn’t know was much of anything about Lou’s father and how she became to be a knife-master. Their story was really awesome and I found myself falling in love with this series all over again. Being able to learn about one of the most interesting young characters in a post-apocalyptic series was a dream for me and I think that Abrahams wrote this perfectly.

I couldn’t get over how young she was when this started and how quickly she realized that she was going to have to do things on her own. And try to learn every bit of knowledge her dad would share.

If you’ve read the other books in the Traveler Series – you’ll know a little about her backstory – but I thought it was interesting to hear them first hand. Lou shines as always and made this such a fun read.

Overall, I thought that Legacy might be one of the best books in the series and was definitely a story worth telling. I requested a review copy of this book - it has not affected my review in any way.

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Outstanding

I love this story. Really well done all the way around. I would definitely like to see this turn into a series of books. A++++

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To short but good

I love this series I have every book but sadly they are all just 5 or 5 hours maybe one or two are over the dreaded 6 hour listening time. I wish Lou and Marcus had more time together than 10 minutes. So my review will be short just like the book. See if u can get a friend to share it. This entire series could have been in 3 books not 6

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Just WOW !!!!!

Most amazing backstory and pure gold character development. A young girl forced to not only survive the insurmountable physical aspects of a plague disaster she also has to overcome, accept or become hardened by every emotional experience. Bravo Tom Abrahams

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  • JC
  • TX usa
  • 03-20-18

Great addition to the series!

Loved it, I didn't know if Lou would be able to carry a book by herself. Tom Abrahams not only pulls it off he makes you hope Lou is back in book 8. As always Kevin Pierce makes an already great book even better

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Love Lou!

An excellent read! Lou is my favorite character in this series. Thank you Mr. Abrahams for giving us her story!

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solid read

this was a great back story. I hope we get more of Lou and Battle

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Great series!

I can't wait for this author's next book. He switches back & forth in times with the rare art of not losing the reader, and giving the book more depth & emotion taking you deep into the book where you feel like you're actually there. Excellent author to follow!

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Great Apoc series for easy listening

I respect a good apoc series that is is enthralling yet easy to listen to and doesn’t involve hordes of zombies (albeit i love them as well!) - between Abrahams writing style and Pierces’ soothing voice, I’m able to be intrigued while also relaxing... big fan.

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One of my favorites in the series.

I really enjoyed this story and how they tied in a ton of minor details and connected the timelines from the other 5 books. Lu might be my favorite character in the whole series.