Betrayed, Book 2 of The Turner Chronicles [NOOK Book]

Overview

The War is over. Isabella has won, and the Talent Master is dead. Aaron Turner now lives in N’Ark, Isabella’s capital, where he mourns his murdered wife and son. All he wants is to tip a bottle, stare at walls, and recover.
But they won’t leave him alone.
The Isabellan government and slavers both want him dead. Savages look to him as their prophesied savior. His lawyer wants to control him. His neighbors and ...

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Betrayed, Book 2 of The Turner Chronicles

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Overview

The War is over. Isabella has won, and the Talent Master is dead. Aaron Turner now lives in N’Ark, Isabella’s capital, where he mourns his murdered wife and son. All he wants is to tip a bottle, stare at walls, and recover.
But they won’t leave him alone.
The Isabellan government and slavers both want him dead. Savages look to him as their prophesied savior. His lawyer wants to control him. His neighbors and friends have been murdered, and a once dead shaman declares him a servant of her One God.
Aaron’s has to make things right. His honor demands it.
Dusting off his guns, Aaron sets aside his grief, readies his talent, and declares a one man war against a nation that has betrayed him, the Clan, and himself.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032891703
  • Publisher: Brian Rathbone
  • Publication date: 11/26/2011
  • Series: Turner Chronicles , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 262,329
  • File size: 491 KB

Meet the Author

Mark Eller has been exiled to a dank basement cavern by his wife, Daneen, because that is the only way he can ignore the distractions of family and eight parrots enough to be able to write. While trapped within his cave, in addition to writing short stories and books, he has recorded and released two audio podcasts, God Wars, a dark fantasy trilogy found at The Hell Hole Tavern, and Mercy Bend, a compilation of twisted tales. Both podcasts can be found at i-tunes. God Wars was written and recorded with Mark's partner, Elizabeth Drapper.Mark has been published by a number of magazines, both on-line and in print, discovering along the way that in certain segments he has been classified as a horror writer, much to his surprise. He enjoys reading fantasy, science fiction, and mystery, but also has a strong preference for reading about archeology and history.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2013

    Aaron is a flawed, and reluctant hero. A guy that you can't hel

    Aaron is a flawed, and reluctant hero. A guy that you can't help but like and find yourself smacking your head at his obtuseness sometimes.

    Mark Eller adds definition to Aaron Turner and expands his world a bit in this installment. This book is less about his ability to transfer to a different world and more about what he does with the knowledge he brought over from the old to the new world.

    I've personally enjoyed listening to the podcast version of this book. I *highly* suggest that you read or listen to Traitor first to get an idea of who Aaron Turner is and the world that he came from.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2012

    New favorite series

    I loved this one just as much as the first book. My sole complaint is that the word "shear" was used instead of "sheer" a few times.

    I like the fact that he wraps up each book nicely, but still leaves the reader wanting more of the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    two for two! I'm ready for the next one! Thanks for posting th

    two for two! I'm ready for the next one! Thanks for posting the first freebie book to get me hooked. Excellent writing with unique story line.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2012

    Should read

    The books is a great read good chartiazation and plot

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