Three months ago, a cosmic storm entered Earth's atmosphere, mystifying scientists with its unprecedented side effect: Those who have died and chosen not to cross over are suddenly palpable and can interact with the living. The "Impals" are embraced by their loved ones but persecuted by those who fear them. The government's solution is to send them "back" using the Tesla Gate - which could destroy the soul.
When Major Cecil Garrison tries to rescue Thomas Pendleton and his son, Seth, from this fate, he finds himself imprisoned by his own father, General Ott Garrison. After a daring escape, Cecil joins the Myriad Resistance, a movement to save the Impals from what most consider a government-sanctioned holocaust. Tragedy strikes just as the Impals start their dangerous exodus to Europe beneath the murky waters of the Chesapeake Bay. And this is only the beginning, as the eye of the storm envelops the earth - bringing darkness and horror beyond imagination....
What did you love best about The Myriad Resistance?
The story and the deep underlying meaning
Who was your favorite character and why?
Major Cecil Garrison. He was a hero who sacrificed a lot to do the right thing
Which character – as performed by Jason Belisha – was your favorite?
Captain Burt Golden
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
Great book! Highly recommend!
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As this series descends deeper and deeper into a defense of Christianity, I lose patience. Yet, some of the concepts ( which, admittedly, are more than a bit wild ) are fun, and the characters are growing in complexity and relationships.
I don't think this would be a good freestanding offering, but as a continuance of the series, it's ok.
The new reader ( Belisha ) is actually growing on me, although I sure miss his predecessor.
On balance, recommended with the caveats noted above.
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