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Brother's Keeper - Glen Krisch
Brother's Keeper
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Growing up, Jason and Marcus Grant were close as only brothers can be. As they reached adolescence, they started to drift apart, taking opposite paths into adulthood. Jason went to college before getting a job at for the local newspaper. Marcus chose a path littered with drugs, violence, and... show more
Growing up, Jason and Marcus Grant were close as only brothers can be. As they reached adolescence, they started to drift apart, taking opposite paths into adulthood. Jason went to college before getting a job at for the local newspaper. Marcus chose a path littered with drugs, violence, and self-destruction.Now adults, Jason has cut Marcus from his life and considers himself an only child.Clean and sober, Marcus finds his true calling when he joins the Arkadium, a secret society dating back millennia. They plan on setting history back ten thousand years by unleashing a world-wide calamity that will destroy modern man's domination of the planet. As the Arkadium set their plan in motion, Marcus reaches out to his brother, wanting him by his side to record the new prehistoric era. Jason is forced to make a choice, join his brother in the time of humanity's descent, or die like so many others.A 16k word novella that introduces the forthcoming Brother's Keeper trilogy of novels. Book 1 is due late 2012.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B0073WV30Y
Publisher: Stray King Publishing
Pages no: 49
Edition language: English
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3.0 Brother's Keeper
This was too short. It didn't really end, it just stopped. The writing was excellent though and I'll definitely be checking out more from this author.
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futurista rated it
2.0 Brother's Keeper
I think that it's a mercy that this was short. There were no surprises here -- just a madman bent on his cult destoying the world and the hope that someone would spin it properly for the future. The brother rivalry and references to Cain and Abel were not as interesting as I'd thought.
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