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Son of Perdition

Chronicles of Brothers, Time Before Time Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Nathaniel Brady
Length: 11 hrs and 56 mins
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Three brothers. Power beyond reckoning. And a terrible betrayal.

Adrian De Vere is the most powerful and charismatic politician on the planet. To many he heralds a future filled with peace and prosperity.

Jason De Vere controls a third of the world’s media through his communications empire VOX. Brilliant and tenacious, little happens in the world without him knowing.

Nick, international playboy (and archaeologist), is dying, a victim of his own recklessness. He has made a remarkable discovery he hopes may save him, but does not know how or what the cost will be.

Despite their wealth and fame, the brothers’ family history is shadowed in lies. Now, with powerful forces both sacred and diabolical at play, one will betray the others - in an almost unimaginable way...

©2018 Wendy Alec (P)2018 Zondervan

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smooth, sleek and sexy with turbohandling

if this story was a car that's how I would market it. it is very aware of real world events and cleverly integrates them into a LITERALLY diabolical world conspiracy. the voice acting and pacing are impeccable.

that being said I find an annoying trend in these kind of stories. the Powers of Light are usually: Inept, incompetent, don't care, or or actually just as bad if not worse than the so called Demons.

in this case the entire human race is nothing more then a proxy in a greater cold war between God and Lucifer. humanity literally has no options BECAUSE of course we don't.

so in this story the problem is that (it's really an excellent story) that the typical aloof ineptness as humanity literally goes to Hell. just once I'd like a story were humanity is aware of the conflict and stands up to both factions.

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amazing book with amazing narrating!

very interesting story. cant wait to jump into the next book! the guy reading it does an amazing job too!

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Outstanding!!!!!!

This series are the best books ever!!!!!! Nathaniel Brady is excellent in reading this book!!!!! Thank you so much Wendy Alec!!!!!!! How I wish it could become a movie!!!!!!!!!!

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Son of Perdition Book 3

excellent story! excellent narrator !
I am recommending to those interested in biblical fiction !

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just keeps getting better.

absolutely loved it. her writing just keeps me nailed to my seat. I read the book before. but listening is so much more intense.

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Wow, what a cliffhanger at the end!

Great story and I’m totally addicted to the series. Best Christian fiction series of all time!

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Gripping all the way

From start to finish it held me captive. Can't wait to read the next book.

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  • Amanda Sullivan
  • 11-04-18

It really lays the foundation but important to read Book 1 & 2 frost

Excellently thought through series! The Chronicles of Brothers really starts it’s ‘end times’ story with the Son of predition, Book 3.
Book 1 & 2!(which I must suggest are a must read but definitely in context of reading them before this to understand the ‘other worldly’ characters and their personality (you can not help but fall in love with Jether).
This book is always going to be the most difficult as it’s change of pace, environment &!the additions characters but really does carry you towards an eager anticipation towards the next books this is a story of sinister dark forces and how their control could superseded the order & freedom we think we have. On the other side we are introduced to characters that you know are going to be pivotal to the story so it lays a foundation for this and we see moments of heart hearted and stubborn hearted pride & forgiveness and grace that brought tears to my eyes.
Having read 5 of the 8 books (currently waiting for the last 2 to be published) this is a little slow but I understand why it has to take its time to lay it foundation.

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  • John McCluskey
  • 08-14-18

And the winner of worst book ever is.....

This was advertised as competition for Dan Brown but in fact was one of the most pointless and poor books I have come across. Ok I have not read books one and two but I don’t think it would have mattered and I’m certainly not going to read them now. I was expecting so much more from the PR.