Book 2 of the Diary of the Displaced series. The Journal of James Halldon continues... After escaping from The Corridor with DogThing, Rudy and Adler, James discovers that the world awaiting him outside is just as harsh as the one he had left behind. The horrors that he had escaped from, that lurked in the darkness, would continue to haunt him in the bright sunlight of The Broken Lands. Will he find a way to recover his memories? Who was the creature that hunted him in The Corridor?
©2011, 2014 Glynn James (P)2014 Glynn James
It's very difficult to review this book without spoilers, as it's he middle book of a trilogy. I will have to content myself with saying that the unusual events of the first book are more fully explained in this volume, but the more we find out about the narrator and this weird dystopian landscape, the more questions we have... Like the first book of the trilogy, this is gripping and inventive, and I urge you to listen to it - but not before you listen to the first volume!
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.