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Unholy Trinity

Michael Biörn, Book 2
Narrated by: John McLain
Series: A Michael Biorn, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 45 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Warlocks are a rare and dangerous breed. Shape-shifter Michael Biörn has walked this earth 1000 years and never met one. That's about to change.

Vampires walking the streets in broad daylight. Students disappearing at an alarming rate. Rumors of a mysterious necromancer. Something is seriously amiss in Michael's neck of the woods.

The Elves have chosen to ignore the problem, so it falls to Michael to look into it.

Hidden in the heart of the forest is a foe more powerful than anything he's ever faced. And when Michael finds him, the unthinkable happens.

Now Michael must race to lift the veil of deception and expose the enemy's true nature, all while keeping a headstrong werewolf pup named Olivia out of trouble.

In a case where nothing is what it seems, Michael could sure use Sheila's investigative skills. But for that, the journalist would have to return his calls.

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Marc Daniel (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Trish R.
  • JACKSONVILLE, FL, United States
  • 05-12-19

Good read but a terrible listen..



This was a good book. It kept me entertained all the was through. It was about our hero Michael who was an 800 pound bear shifter and his friend Ezekiel, the wizard, who got into it with another wizard and ended up in a coma for most of the story.

It included a lot of vampires and the High King of the Elves, Dariel, his wife Leana and their spoiled and troublesome daughter Maya. As well as, Serafin, the bad wizard and, Dragos the main vampire. There was also Olivia, who became a werewolf in the last book when she was bitten, and Lucy, Olivia’s sister and Sheila, Michael’s on-again off-again girlfriend who was a reporter. AND every one of these characters had an important role in the book.

SO, YAY! It was written in the 3rd person and we got to see, hear, feel and know what everyone was doing. Both books were worth the read.

No romance and the F-bomb was used 9 times.

As to the narration: John McLain got 3 stars from me in the last book, but he’ll only get 2 this time. His women’s voices were just terrible. It was like he couldn’t even bothered trying to sound feminine.

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