Publish date: June 28th 2005
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: Fourth Realm (#1)
This is a story very close to the bone with modern survelience techniques and the feeling that your freedom is being traded for same-ness. That we're all being encouraged to live and act like sheep instead of finding something that moves us and being true to ourselves. I'm not as paranoid as the a...
I can't believe this book has been checked out from my school library about twenty times but they still don't have the second book :O Is TIA real? I saw something about it in a Benedict Cumberbatch movie...
Another ridiculously good book that found me by pure chance. All the conspiracy theorists of the world, this book is definitely for you. As I count myself one of the men in the tinfoil hats, that book felt like home.My mom-in-law gave it to my hubby to read and it was gathering dust in our car, unti...
I added this book to my to-read list after I ran across a review a while back - it sounded interesting, and when I spotted a copy recently I grabbed it up for a couple of bucks. In the mean time I had gone to the associated website and discovered that no one seems to know who the author, John Twelv...
A unique premise, great writing, a swiftly moving story, an ending that leaves you longing for the next installment...what's not to like about "The Traveler"? This was a definite winner, but it loses a star for occasionally graphically violent moments and a moderate amount of profanity.
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