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The Forsaken (Apocalypse Trilogy Series #2)
     

The Forsaken (Apocalypse Trilogy Series #2)

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by G. Wells Taylor
 

A DEMON hires the assassin to kill an Angel from a rival gang. It’s not the first time the hit man’s had an employer from Hell, so he checks the fine print before setting bloody quill to parchment. Just one stipulation: he’ll have to make it quick if he wants to avoid the End of the World.
The Forsaken returns us to the World of Change fifty

Overview

A DEMON hires the assassin to kill an Angel from a rival gang. It’s not the first time the hit man’s had an employer from Hell, so he checks the fine print before setting bloody quill to parchment. Just one stipulation: he’ll have to make it quick if he wants to avoid the End of the World.
The Forsaken returns us to the World of Change fifty years after the events in When Graveyards Yawn.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000791639
Publisher:
G. Wells Taylor
Publication date:
11/21/2009
Series:
Apocalypse Trilogy Series , #2
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,264,523
File size:
692 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

G. Wells Taylor is currently promoting his Dracula of the Apes trilogy and preparing The Night Once More - a Wildclown Novel for a December 10, 2015 release. He is also writing a new Variant Effect installment due to launch in 2016. Taylor lives in Canada and would like to thank his readers in advance.

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The Forsaken (Apocalypse Trilogy Series #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although this is the second in a trilogy, it's actually a stand-alone novel. What ties them together is the state of the world and the state of mankind. Like the first novel, it's very long and dark. I think this one is quite a bit darker and not at all suitable for younger readers; violence and sex are presented very graphically while the portrayal of man's depravity can be soul-sickening. Mankind is portrayed both heroically and as self-serving while literal angels and demons are are introduced as very viable characters. A self-published novel, this could have definitely used an editor but it wasn't so bad that it took away from the story. I've already ordered the third book and am looking forward to it as well as to other novels by the same author.
Sleepydude More than 1 year ago
It was a really great read! Enjoyed every minute of it!
LyndaLutz More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed the alternate end of times.
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