The Legend of Socket Greeny [NOOK Book]

Overview

Book 3 in the Socket trilogy. The Paladin Nation is rebuilding. Socket Greeny is leading them into a new era of compassion and understanding. But when Pike returns, Socket discovers nothing is what he expected, that his life has been planned from the beginning. He is faced with ultimate betrayal. In the end, he won't be asked to save the world. It'll be the entire universe.
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The Legend of Socket Greeny

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Overview

Book 3 in the Socket trilogy. The Paladin Nation is rebuilding. Socket Greeny is leading them into a new era of compassion and understanding. But when Pike returns, Socket discovers nothing is what he expected, that his life has been planned from the beginning. He is faced with ultimate betrayal. In the end, he won't be asked to save the world. It'll be the entire universe.
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Editorial Reviews

Goodreads - 1000+ Books to Read
I cried. Yes, I cried.

If you've read the first two books then you've gotten pretty attached to these characters, especially Socket. This book from beginning to end, especially end, was an emotional book to read. Socket goes through so much emotionally you can feel it jumping off the pages.
Amazon - Dr. Deb
Often, as I read works by gifted writers, I wonder how they actually do it? What is in the mind of people like Stephen King and JK Rowling that can take us into another landscape and not let go until the end of the book, if then? I find myself with the same questions about Tony Bertauski. This Socket series has held me somewhat captive - and the last book had the strongest and deepest hook! What a wild ride I have taken with Socket, Chute and Streeter.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015139112
  • Publisher: DeadPixel Publications
  • Publication date: 8/30/2012
  • Series: The Socket Greeny Saga , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 456,112
  • File size: 155 KB

Meet the Author

When Tony Bertauski isn't being teacher, being husband, being father, being responsible pet owner... he's writing.
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  • Posted June 14, 2011

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    Bittersweet end to an amazing series

    Socket is pulled into another Universe and faces Pike, his friend and hero. Things are not as they seem to be as Socket learns that he may not be who he thought he was.

    Trapped in this unknown Universe Socket has to fight his own demons to get back to the Paladin Nation in time to save the world.

    Lets Talk About It:

    Book 3 - The Legend of Socket Greeny

    I cried. Yes, I cried.

    If you've read the first two books then you've gotten pretty attached to these characters, especially Socket. This book from beginning to end, especially end, was an emotional book to read. Socket goes through so much emotionally you can feel it jumping off the pages. You also can't help but to be proud of Socket as he works through everything to come back and save the world. Putting aside his own feelings, his own needs, to save the world and the people he loves in it.

    The ending tore me to pieces.

    This was an EXCELLENT trilogy. I wish there had been more books just because I enjoyed the characters so much. The way this book ended gave a bittersweet ending to the books and that world which I couldn't have asked for more.

    Melissa
    Reviewer for 1000 + Books to Read

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2012

    Too much

    First 2 books were good but this one felt forced with too sentmental ending....hard to finish it

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