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Summary

Sawyer Brown is no more, but he was just the minor opening act....

Terry Henry and Charumati (Char) have to deal with her Alpha coming back, the new refugees getting settle in the town, and...beer!

With the FDG doubling in size, Terry Henry needs to bring about a little organizational structure to the group. While also deciding how to have that conversation with Char about her lineage....

Not sure how that is going to go, Terry Henry had better figure it out, or he is going to be up to his armpits in Werewolves and won't be sure if he can depend on his one ace-in-the-hole.

Or not.

Set in the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, Nomad Redeemed continues the Terry Henry Walton Chronicles, the time between the WWDE and the return of Michael to earth.

As noted in other series set in the Kurtherian Universe, there is cursing in this book, occasionally, it's funny, too.

©2017 Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle (P)2017 Craig Martelle, Michael Anderle

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love it book 2 was just as good as book 1

this author is now one of my favourite authors moving on to the 3rd book can't wait

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Nomad redeemed

Loved it. Fantastic. I have really got into all theses books. Thank you for the books you have brought out. Xxx

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great story and great characters

This is a great world to escape into. I was sad when it finished. More please.

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  • Earl Loder
  • 15-06-18

A fun lite book

enjoyed this one like the 1st in the series, and will enjoy the next one

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  • Farrell
  • 08-02-18

More of the same

Pretty much like the first book. Not great literature, but a fun listen none the less.

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  • 27-01-18

great

I loved this series a lot . I think they go with Michael Anderle perfectly.

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  • anthony
  • 06-06-17

awesome

loved it! exclent narration. great story! I'm not good with words but love an another misguided child getting some!

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  • NLV NIX
  • 15-05-17

Another great book in the series!

Loved it. Great performance by the narrator. Can't wait for the next one. More please :)

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 13-05-17

Nomadic

I have found the story to be pretty good and enjoy the character Char, but personally I find TH to not only be immature, but arrogant and at times an idiot. I also know that my opinion is a very low minority. I will buy the next audio book when it is released.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 12-05-17

Go, TH & Char!

A low-key hero for the times and a strong female lead make for an interesting addition to the Kurtherian universe of books. Terry Henry was a likeable character when introduced in Anderle's We Have Contact, and I'm looking forward to where & how he moves forward into his future. I'd also like to hear the back story of when he met Dan, when he got his nanocytes and, maybe, the wife & child. Did I hear daughter in book 1 & son in this book??? Rudd does well with the narration.