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Edward W. Robertson
Ed's finished series include the post-apocalyptic BREAKERS series and the epic fantasy trilogy THE CYCLE OF ARAWN. His books have sold over 500,000 copies, twice hit the USA Today bestseller lists, been nominated for an Audie for best audiobook, and have stuck in Audible's top 100 for over six... show more



Ed's finished series include the post-apocalyptic BREAKERS series and the epic fantasy trilogy THE CYCLE OF ARAWN. His books have sold over 500,000 copies, twice hit the USA Today bestseller lists, been nominated for an Audie for best audiobook, and have stuck in Audible's top 100 for over six months. Before that, he worked in a bookstore. Before that, he was a pile of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen waiting to be assembled into a conscious being.If you'd like to hear about Ed's new books, you can sign up for his mailing list at http://eepurl.com/oTR6j

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Shaykitteh's World of Books
Shaykitteh's World of Books rated it 2 years ago
There are so many books and stories about an apocalypse - with every book having its own idea on what the apocalypse will be - but not many books mention our four-legged or winged friends. When you think about this, it's strange, since I know so many people who consider their pets to be family membe...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
The best book of the trilogy.Blays and Dante are split up for the majority of this, and chapters alternate between each one. This makes it tricky to get into, having to recall what each one was up to. They meet up for a few chapters later then split apart again going back to the same problem.At leas...
The Surly Dragon
The Surly Dragon rated it 3 years ago
Great collection of conspiracy themed shorts. Grabbed through KU and I recommend!
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
Second part of The Cycle of ArawnSeveral years have passed since the end of book 1, and Dante and his friend Blays are smuggling arms to the Norren, a group of people who are treated as slaves by the rest of civilisation.After things escalate out of control, a war is started and there's plenty of ba...
Miranda
Miranda rated it 3 years ago
As it has to be for a collection like Tales Of Tinfoil some of the usual suspects make an appearance. JFK, Elvis, Hitler or Area 51. It seems to be a necessary evil, which is no evil at all, but a pretty damn fun thing, to include those as no conspiracy would be indeed a conspiracy without them. Due...
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