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Summary

Death isn't done with them.

For a church dedicated to the worship of death, the Cult of Nihil stubbornly refuses to die. When word reaches the bounty hunter who calls himself Logan Coldhand that the Central World Alliance is willing to pay for members of the congregation, he takes the job. Perhaps chasing death will help him recapture the thrill of the hunt, lost ever since the mark that got away. 

Halfway across the galaxy, Maeve and the rest of the Blue Phoenix crew are still struggling to rebuild their lives after a devastating encounter with the Nihilists. But when Captain Myles agrees to take on what should be a simple job - flying a team of archaeologists to the remote planet of Prianus - they find themselves pitted against old enemies and ancient terrors. 

Sword of Dreams is the second book of the Reforged Trilogy. 

©2012 Erica Lindquist (P)2012 Erica Lindquist

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Even better.

Book 2 in the series and once again I couldn't stop listening to it, there's not much to say really. its simply brilliant.
Again flawless narration.
A,different 5 star book.

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  • Dan 'Berli' Brown
  • 04-08-15

Part 2 of an excellent series

This continues the rehumanization of Maeve and Coldhand. I found the narrator less annoying on the second book. It may be that I've just gotten used to it, but it seems she's toned down her 'gaspy' delivery.