Indian Hill 2: Reckoning (A Michael Talbot Adventure) [NOOK Book]

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Nineteen year old Michael Talbot was an ordinary college student when the Progerians came and forced him to fight for his life. Now, almost two years later, he has escaped and made his way back to Earth. Although he may be done with the Arena, he isn't out of the fight. War is coming and nobody knows the enemy better than Michael Talbot.

Knowledge alone won't be enough to fight the Progerians though. Mike's going to need an army. Ever since ...
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Indian Hill 2: Reckoning (A Michael Talbot Adventure)

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Overview

Nineteen year old Michael Talbot was an ordinary college student when the Progerians came and forced him to fight for his life. Now, almost two years later, he has escaped and made his way back to Earth. Although he may be done with the Arena, he isn't out of the fight. War is coming and nobody knows the enemy better than Michael Talbot.

Knowledge alone won't be enough to fight the Progerians though. Mike's going to need an army. Ever since Mike's disappearance and presumed death, his college roommate Paul has been working to build, train and equip a fighting force capable of taking on anything.

Individually, Paul Ginson and Michael Talbot are forces to be reckoned with. Reunited they are a match made in Progerian Hell.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149655960
  • Publisher: Permuted Press
  • Publication date: 8/6/2014
  • Series: Indian Hill , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 640
  • Sales rank: 159,372
  • File size: 636 KB

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  • Posted January 26, 2015

    I haven┬┐t read the first Indian Hill book but I am going to. You

    I haven’t read the first Indian Hill book but I am going to. You really should start this series with the first book. In the Reckoning you pick up were the first book left off.

    Michael Talbot, our hero, is back on earth and he knows that the Progerians are coming and what they plan for our small world. They have done the same thing on many other worlds. However, they have never fought Humans before.

    This book is more about the results of the first alien attack and the aftermath of the destruction of the military and government. Without rules, chaos.

    This book shows how fast everything can fall apart. The three story lines involve Mike, now 21, Deb and Beth, and Paul. Deb and Beth are the two young women that Mike loves. They were on the alien ship with him and other humans. Paul is Mike’s best friend. They grew up together. Paul thought that Mike had been killed and he had started to put together a secret army to fight the aliens.

    The story goes back and forth from one character to the other showing what each of them has had to do to survive. Civilization has collapsed and this is humanity at its worst. Remains of National Guard and Police try to keep some balance of order but the dregs are taking over.

    Mr. Tufo has added depth to his characters in this book. You can love,hate, pity, and despise them all at the same time. Lots of action and blood shed and a last page that will leave you ……

    This audio book was read by Sean Runnette. He has a wonderful voice and his narration was exciting. He gave life to the characters with feeling. He performed each character with just the right expression and emotion. Excellent rendition.

    The audio production was also excellent. Every word was clear. No static or unwanted skips.

    Audiobook provided for review by the publisher.

    Please find this complete review and many others at audiobookreviewer dot com

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