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Publisher's Summary

Cosega Storm continues from the frightening final seconds of the first book in the Cosega Sequence series.

Gaines and Asher, caught in a storm of deceit, corruption, and power, desperately struggle to escape - but running isn't enough. They must piece together the mystery of Clastier's life, understand the incredible artifacts, and somehow discover what links them all together. What really happened in the past, and how will it change the future?

As each extraordinary secret of the Eysen is revealed, the danger escalates. The more Gaines learns, the less he knows whom he can trust. But his most difficult challenge is the paradox of the Cosega Sequence. Failing to decode it in time will cost him his life, yet succeeding also means that he must die.

©2014 Brandt Legg (P)2016 Tantor

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Story was decent, Narrator is very bad

What did you like best about Cosega Storm? What did you like least?

I liked the story, it was fast paced. The narrator was monotone and every character sounded the same so it was hard to follow the story

What didn’t you like about Danny Campbell’s performance?

He was monotone and sounded way to old to play the characters in this story. They all sounded the same, which was like an old man. The fact that he never tried to have different tone for the male characters made it hard to decipher which ones were talking in a fast pace conversation.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

yes