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Publisher's Summary

Thirteen-year-old Tyler Thompson is a super-normal who fights crime in Las Vegas, utilizing only a fragment of the superpowers bequeathed to him by the angel Metatron. But in order to receive the full compliments of his special gifts, he must first prove himself worthy of the honor. So when the evil scientist who killed his father known as Dr. Mason Payne escapes from prison, hell-bent on killing his family, Tyler springs into action. 

Tyler’s mentor, Master Pat Tanaka, urges him to unlock his remaining powers before taking on Dr. Payne so that others don’t get hurt. Tyler heeds his guidance, suspecting that his missing grandfather is being held as a prisoner in Area 51, along with the secret to unlocking the last of his superpowers. Along the way, Tyler discovers the Mystical Blade - a weapon of extraordinary power - the weapon that could spell the end of Dr. Payne once and for all. But when a new foe named Black Shadow emerges and joins in Dr. Payne’s schemes to destroy all that Tyler holds dear, Maxx becomes collateral damage and Tyler must figure out how to bring him back to life before its too late. Soon after, Tyler’s grandfather reveals even more secrets and informs him that something even more evil is lurking just around the corner.

©2018 Cosby Media Productions (P)2019 Cosby Media Productions

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not to long but great YA story

a great ya story very enjoyable one not too long and very interesting the narrator was great and overall it was a very cute listen

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Loved It

Who doesn't love a good superhero story and sequels are always a good thing once you've finished the first. John captured my imagination in the first Metatron and returns with an even stronger prose in the second book. Basko does another fine job with his voice over narration and I'm already excited fore the third book.

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Great story

if you love superhero tales, you'll really enjoy this one. The author Laurence St. John really captured a strong sequel tot eh first. I can't wait to listen to number 3.

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Good job author and narrator.

I grabbed this one recently and had an enjoyable time with it. Pros: good characters, detailed setting, solid action. Cons: I would’ve liked it to be longer. Now, moving on to book 3. Good job author and narrator.

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I Liked It

I like the job that both Jeremy Basko as the voice over artist and Laurence St. John did with Metatron. Even storytelling, mixed with a steady voice, makes for a pretty good audiobook. It’s more hero ‘lite’ but I enjoyed it myself. Will pass on to my little cousins.

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A Great Book

Never underestimate the hero! That’s the popular theme of most stories and although you can see this one coming, you’re still excited because of the link you’ve built with Tyler from book 1. John’s does a good job of weaving together all the details to make you root for him until the very end. I’m already looking into grabbing book 3.

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Super Story

A very worthy sequel here as Basko returns to narrate the story that John’s presses forward with a steady pace that is very easy to follow. I recommend this one for young teens who love superhero stories.

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Good job

Every superhero needs a nemesis, and it seems that Metatron’s is Dr. Payne. Captured in book 1, he now escapes and is on a collision course to stop Metatron with the help of a new foe that arrives on the scene. But when Tyler learns to unlock more of his powers, the action ramps up nicely. Good job with book 2.

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Couldn't Stop Listening To It

Tyler’s grandfather is being held at Area-51 and now he must find a way to release him if he is to better understand his powers in time to stop the evil Dr. Payne and his new ally, Black Shadow. Jeremy Basko is very good at voice over and I was relieved to see him return in book 2.

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Good listen.

Metatron 2 has all the elements of a good sequel, with double the enemies and triple the powers of the hero. I enjoyed the progression of Tyler as he evolves in his role of Metatron and I can’t wait to see how book 3 turns out. Good listen.