Nomad Mortis: A Kurtherian Gambit Series: Terry Henry Walton Chronicles, Volume 8 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
They say that behind every great man is a great woman…but what if that woman is a Werewolf? The reviews for the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles are overwhelming. "Another great T.H. Walton story, I can't wait for the next one! This one has it all drama, suspense, comedy, love, and a healthy dose of action. Pick it up and enjoy!" "The story line with the dynamic duo keeps you on the edge of your seat. I need more sleep, but I just can't put my Kindle down." Terry’s war against the Forsaken drags on, until he finds that the elusive Mister Smith has been playing chess while TH had been playing football. Where there’s one Forsaken, there's more. When one falls, another rises to take its place. Will Terry Henry Walton's war against the Forsaken ever end?
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 33 minutes|
|Author||Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 02, 2017|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#74,878 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#1,082 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,101 in Supernatural Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,705 in Adventure Science Fiction
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In this book TH and crew grow their army (Force de Guerre [FDG]) and go to war against the Forskaen who are trying to turn the remnants of humanity into slaves and a food source. Vampires suck; literally. SInce the forsaken are organised a co-ordinated effort is required to beat them. This is the story of the first battle against the forsaken. I've given this a lower score not because of the characters or the writing in general but for a flaw in the story itself. These books are co-written with Michale Anderle of Kurtherian Gambit fame. The second KG arc was a triumph of energy enthusiasm, creativity and poor editing. Ideas came and went so quickly that very little was properly developed and stories went by so fast that the really interesting bits weren't properly investigated or developed. This wasn't a problem with the Nomad Chronicles up to this point. The general theme is well developed and conveys the idea that fighting the forsaken is lite splat a rat. Kill one and ten more pop up. Unfortunately a lot of ideas from the KG universe re-appear and then disappear just as quickly without adding to the story. The trip to Antarctica to visit New Schwabenland is a case in point. Yes KG universe readers should know about this but in this context all it adds to the story is that Antarctica is cold. Well duh!
So I'm giving this three stars as it could have been more focused and the Anderle inspired bits didn't add tot he story but distracted from the theme. I still love the characters and can't wait to read more but this is the second book in a row that hasn't met the standards of the first six. Let's hope books 9 and 10 are back up to standard.
The latest of the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles, Nomad: Morits, is a tour de force, and like it's characters, TH, Char, and the members of the FDG,
"people" to be reckoned with.
Adventure, humor, tension, excitement- all these and more, make this, so far, the pinnacle of this magnificent series! Did I mention humor?
Whatever you do, Do. Not. Drink. Or. Eat. When. Reading!!! Diet Coke Zero does not make for a pleasant experience, when propelled, very
forcefully, from one's nasal passages. Likewise, I'll have to buy more Bounty paper towels and Windex tomorrow...
You'd think I'd have learned this from the very beginning of The Kurtherian Gambit Universe, right? Hurumph!
Once you start this one, you won't stop until you finish. Sleep? Overrated. How often does one find the perfect series of books, as in The Kurtherian Gambit Universe series? Eh? I rest my case!
Five out of Five Stars! (Hey, Amazon! When do we get the new, better, upgraded review ratings that TKG Universe has earned?)
It is everything that Awesome Craig puts into his novel: stellar characters, engrossing plot, and his incredible sense of humor that puts these novels head and shoulders above the rest. If this is what happens, this honor and sense of justice, to an individual who lives out in frozen Alaska, then maybe more of us should be spending time there.
As always, I am waiting with tremendous eagerness for the next book. May you have peaceful days, Awesome Craig, that allow you to spend your time writing for us, your faithful fans!
I loved every page of this book. Some things I was anxious about have been resolved (thanks, Craig.) Some things I never thought about were brought up and resolved, or are continuing to be a challenge. Can't wait to read the next book.