• With Two Eyes

  • The New Reform Quartet, Book 3
  • By: Jim Lowe
  • Narrated by: Jim Lowe
  • Length: 11 hrs and 29 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The New Reform Quartet is an epic contemporary fantasy series set in an alternate history from the 1980s to the present day and beyond. At the heart of the story are four families.

The Gardners are an ordinary family unwittingly caught up in the birth of the New Reform political coup.

The O’Neills are gunrunners and loan sharks.

The Spicers are the enablers and fixers.

The Reptons are a minor aristocratic family with a deep political history.

©2020 Jim Lowe (P)2020 Jim Lowe

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Amazingly sad

With two eyes, this is the third book of the reform series and by far the best. Oh I like the other two, they were exciting crazy weird but this one tore up my heart it was beautiful and it was sad. I would recommend this book to anybody wanna know it’s beautiful. Great job Jim Lowe, keep them coming.

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