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The Night Quartet Boxed Set: A Dystopian Superhero Story
- Lu par : Robin J Sitten
- Durée : 41 h et 20 min
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He didn't ask for limitless power.
Conthan's only talents are sarcasm and art. That is, until he learns he's a Child of Nostradamus with the ability to teleport. When his newfound powers kill a Marine, he finds himself hunted by the military's elite.
He is not the only one in danger.
Conthan discovers his future entwined with a warden bent on corrupting imprisoned Children. As he unravels a conspiracy about to destroy the country, will he sacrifice his humanity to become a hero?
Fans of X-Men and X-Force will love this fast-paced introduction to the Children of Nostradamus Universe.
The Night Quartet:
- Night Shadows
- Night Legions
- Night Covenants
The Night Quartet prequel:
- Morning Sun
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A good editor is a must!
This could have been called The Night Duo or Trio but the lack of editing just made it drag on and on and on and on. So many times there was unnecessary situations that lead no where , repetitive storylines and dialog that seemed to be just filler, and worst of all was the jumping back and forth through time which the author was just not skilled enough to pull off without making it a confusing mess.To top it off the performance was boring and monotone.
its so close, yet..
first..the description says there is a prequel story, there is not. it is only the 4 novels. second...the narration, while not the worst, is on the side of monotone and lackluster. and finally the story, world, and characters are there but there are flow problems with the outline. over all, its a good story worth digesting but with some execution issues