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Nomad Avenged

A Kurtherian Gambit Series - Terry Henry Walton Chronicles, Book 7
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 5 hrs and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (121 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

They say that behind every great man is a great woman - but what if that woman is a werewolf?

A rogue Forsaken with the power of a pod. He wants the purple-eyed werewolf. He wants what's in Cheyenne Mountain. Terry Henry Walton is the key to both. When the Forsaken captures Terry, everyone's world gets turned upside down. What will the Alpha and her pack do?

What will become of the Force de Guerre?

Nomad Avenged - nonstop action from start to finish, as Terry and everyone he knows, join the battle where only the winner gets to live.

"The saga of TH, Char, and the Force de Guerre continues full steam. The characters are real in their interaction with each other. The story is absolutely great. I love the honor, loyalty, and humor projected through the audiobook."

©2017 Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle (P)2017 LMBPN Publishing

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Entertaining

Good story with Char charging forward to find her kidnapped husband. It’s hard to believe that would happen but not inconceivable. Plenty of action.

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I picked this novel over WoW

I stopped playing the newest WoW expansion to finish listening... it's so awesome... can't wait for book 8

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I am hooked! just wished the ending ...

I am hooked! just wished the ending ...was more shock and awe 😁 perhaps the main series spoiled me.

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Good stories, liked all the facts in book.

Liked all the facts in book about Vietnam prison of war, its hard to look at John McCain and not think about his arms even today. Hero regardless of what Trump said. Anyway I liked Terry going over the facts as he hung in prison.But not sure I liked a liked all the torture, and whole book just about getting him back. Sorry about Billy too. Not much of a review, just what I liked and didn't. Overall its like all books in this series very good, 4 stars out 5 It really is worth reading especially to fans of the series. Just prepared for lots torture.

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Ok I was greatly enjoying this series until this book, the reason why I liked this series even though it did not have a lot of romance was the fact that Everything connected in each book and you were able to follow the characters through everything but this one jumped 25 years. After the last book which was completely stupid and I have to say I am disappointed I was going to continue reading this authors work and this series until this book was written I never read anything from them before and was iffy from the beginning but was greatly enjoying it from book 1 to 6 now with this jump 25 years later it makes no sense and I’m pretty much done

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Saving THW

A Day in the Life. Terry Henry has been overwhelmed and kidnapped by Forsaken. Scenes flip between No Chicago and Terry's prison as the day unfolds, with flashback scenes of memories of the last 26 years, since Cordelia was born. It's up to the FDG, the werefolk, Joseph, and Akio to rescue Terry from Kirkus. Is this the beginning of war?

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good action. a little short though.

overall enjoyable. I found the build up to the action a little slow but understood that the author was setting a tone and showing the reader how important TH is to everyone. nice continuation to a good story. I found it a little short though.

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great read

I really enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next one and the one after that

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I love the series. It has captivated me like not to many has. I wasn't to happy with this book as I assumed to expect more from the author. I do understand the need for it but it just doesn't grab me like the others do.

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1 of the best series I've ever read.

thank you to both Michael and early and Craig Martelle. The kurtherian Gambit series ands its sub series are collectively one
of the best series I have ever had the pleasure of reading Please keep it up guys. it is much appreciated.

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  • Sarah Mac
  • 08-11-19

WOW What a Ride!

Set 25 years after the last book, the one starts off with TH being kidnapped by a Foresaken, but not without doing some damage to the Foresaken's men.

Char's gotta get her man back and NOW.

This book is so fast paced, it was exhilerating!

The best so far in the series.