The Order
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    The Second Tree: The Order, Volume 1 | John Butziger

    The Second Tree: The Order, Volume 1

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By John Butziger
    • Narrated By Scott Thomas
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Thanks to a drunken accident in Western Uganda, Martin and Andrew think they've found the next culinary craze to hit Manhattan's trendy restaurant scene. They're about to find out they've stumbled onto a centuries-old secret that, once unleashed, may be impossible to contain. Everyone wants something from the new discovery. Andrew wants a chance to make a decent living and escape his dead-end job. Self-absorbed, greed-driven Martin wants to profit from a cutthroat industry that envisions a revolutionary product lurking in the find.

    A mixture of adventure, conspiracy & the mystical

    100%! Likeable protagonists with biblical overtones forming a well paced and entertaining book. A great book!

    Reviewed on 09 December 2015 by Tony Bough ()
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    Eden's Revelation: The Order Series, Book 2 | John Butziger

    Eden's Revelation: The Order Series, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By John Butziger
    • Narrated By Scott Thomas
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    An explosion at a Ugandan mine ignites the spark of unrest. An inadvertent battle fans the flames, threatening an inferno of global war. Two superpowers struggle to weaponize a secret that will reshape the world's power structure. A secret found only in a hidden valley high in the Rwenzori Mountains until now. The saga continues with Andrew and Kabilito, back from crisis in New York, now cast into contentious roles over a shift in the power, a prophecy revealed, and the emergence of a madman.

    A great second book to a great series!

    Cinematic
    Exciting
    twists-and-turns

    Reviewed on 19 July 2016 by Tony Bough ()