The Tether None Good [NOOK Book]

Overview

Sarah is a troubled student at a Baltimore private school. Through a series of nightmarish events she becomes the reluctant Keeper of a device called the Tether; that allows her to control an Angelic being called Paul and to cast will powered enchantments called Indices. As she races to uncover answers to the Tether's secrets, dark forces give chase to claim the device and Sarah for themselves...

The Tether None Good tells the story of Sarah's...
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Overview

Sarah is a troubled student at a Baltimore private school. Through a series of nightmarish events she becomes the reluctant Keeper of a device called the Tether; that allows her to control an Angelic being called Paul and to cast will powered enchantments called Indices. As she races to uncover answers to the Tether's secrets, dark forces give chase to claim the device and Sarah for themselves...

The Tether None Good tells the story of Sarah's discovery of the Tether and chronicles her journey through her first full night as the Tethers Keeper. She is aided in this journey by CT the Grandson of the original owner of the Tether, together they race against the sinister Dark; as Sarah discovers the power she can now tap into and how to control the Tethers Angelic Guardian Paul.

The Tether is set against the real back drop of Baltimore city this dark urban paranormal action adventure by Nick Davis; follows Sarah through a helter-skelter one night journey into a reality that is disturbingly familiar, but has unnatural creatures stalking its shadows.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011806032
  • Publisher: Alt-World
  • Publication date: 10/4/2010
  • Series: The Tether Saga , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 594 KB

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  • Posted December 28, 2011

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    Just ok

    I am sorry, but both this book and the 2nd book are so hard to read there are so many typos.

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  • Posted September 22, 2011

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    You really must pick up this book!

    If you like a little action with your story, then this one's for you. A fast paced read that leaves you wanting more! An author with a lot of talent, I'll be sure to follow what more he puts out!

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  • Posted December 16, 2010

    Does Not Stop

    I downloaded this book and read it on my Nook over the weekend. Normally it takes me a week or two to finish a novel, but I found I couldn't put this one down. This is the first times I've been moved review a book too so I don't really know what to say.

    Its a very odd book, slow to start and I did wonder where the author was going especially with the Stephan King style scenes at the beginning. Then the action kicks in and it does not stop or miss a beat. You are pulled into the fight scenes where you feel every blow. Each chapter leaves you wanting to know what was going to happen next. The main character Sarah is pulled through the wringer in this book as she tries to figure out the world she finds herself plunged into when she is handed the Tether - a small rosary that contains an interesting power to cast spells.

    The book builds to a crescendo that rivals a Hollywood blockbuster and you are left breathless during the knockdown drag out fight at the end between Sarah, her Angel Protector and the Demon who is after the Tether she wears.

    Sum up, not much mystery, some paranormal religous overtones lots of action, more Please.

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