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Night Legions

Children of Nostradamus, Book 3
Narrated by: Robin J Sitten
Length: 11 hrs and 2 mins
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The darkness wears many faces.

Conthan seeks peace in the church of Nostradamus. But hidden amongst their flock, rebels look to him for leadership. For the first time, Conthan can see an end to an ongoing war. He can stop the madman, but only if he becomes a ruthless killer.

In the battle for Chicago there will be no victor.

Dwayne hated killing, but his powers make him an expert. He stomachs the violence when it’s the enemy. Now, he must decide if he’s capable of turning those destructive powers on the Nighthawks in order to save the world.

Delve into the Children of Nostradamus Universe as the Night Quartet descended into an all out civil war.

©2018 Jeremy Flagg (P)2019 Jeremy Flagg

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Bittersweet excitement

This book is full of adventure, soul searching, hope and disappointment. As the Nighthawks are separated and fighting in different locations we find that they are both hopeful and overwhelmed. We get many scenes from the past to illustrate how things came to be and to tell us why people are as they are.

There are many times when we feel disappointment that some of them die and are captured. This book leaves you eager to know how the small group of people are going to manage to overcome the opposition, or will they even be able to survive.

Outstanding book full of people who have super human abilities but also full of human doubt and weakness. The narrator does an outstanding job and is easy to listen to.

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Oh my

This book really started to make sense at some of the earlier flashbacks in this timeline. You find the truth of the warden, of some of the children. Desperate times call for desperate manners. Lines crossed. This is the sadest book of them so far - the fear and frustration have seen the world gone mad. Where can the nighthawks go now?.....