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Will a dying vigilante choose peace, love, and happiness or one last mission? Will his advancing disease allow for either?
Tommy Borata is on the run—quietly living out his last days in the Florida Keys. He keeps a low profile until love finds him just as a hateful, divisive presidential candidate threatens to tear the country
As love and his desire to leave the world a better place pull at
Tommy’s heart, which will win?
In this exciting conclusion to the Vigilante Angels trilogy, Tommy hides in the Florida Keys. He’s prepared to let his disease claim him and die in peace. That is until he finds love and a mysterious rejuvenation. Tommy follows the meteoric rise of a politician that stands for everything he despises. He sees one last chance to make the world a better place before dies. Tommy battles alcoholism, love, cancer, FBI investigators, and neo-Nazis to complete one last mission.
In the race against time, which will prevail?
What listeners say about Vigilante Angels Book III: The Candidate
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- Spooky Mike
The Cancer Ward Saint part III
I’m pretty sure this was an antiTrump novel disguised as a vigilante story. I enjoyed the actual story but the anticonservative angle was a bit much. I get that Brand was the antagonist and was a really awful individual but it felt like I was listening to everyone’s Facebook posts during the 2016 election. The rhetoric was masked as over the top extremes but I wish it was a lot less political. Brand could have been evil without all of the commentary.
The plot itself was fairly decent and I think it was a fitting ending for the trilogy. This one was a slow wind down which fit Tommy’s condition and life. Wished the Sensei was still around in this volume, glad we were at least updated on him. Tara’s role was fitting and even though she isn’t a sidekick like Moses or the Sensei I really liked her. I thought her character fit the mood of the story perfectly.
Overall I think this story had the best dialogue out of the three. There were some times were I thought the dialogue was a little weak, especially between Tommy and Tara, but overall a noticed improvement.
I think the narration in this story was the best of the three. I liked how he voiced Tommy as the cancer was taking over and he was getting weaker and weaker. The transition in tone for the voice of Tara worked for me as well.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
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