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Wicklow's Odyssey - R. Cooper
Wicklow's Odyssey
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Union soldier Wicklow Doyle is infiltrating enemy lines to set up new radio communications technology in Confederate-held Charleston when his location is betrayed. After sacrificing himself to get his team to safety, he's on the lam, friendless in a hostile town. Determining who betrayed him... show more
Union soldier Wicklow Doyle is infiltrating enemy lines to set up new radio communications technology in Confederate-held Charleston when his location is betrayed. After sacrificing himself to get his team to safety, he's on the lam, friendless in a hostile town. Determining who betrayed him without discovery by Confederate soldiers is dangerous, but Wicklow grew up in the slums of New York and knows how to handle himself. He isn't expecting anyone on his team to return to help him, much less Alexander Rhoades.

An effete dandy of great intelligence and conviction, Alexander Rhoades speaks through stories instead of giving orders, and he has earned the confidence of the rich and powerful. While Wicklow has come not to trust men with those traits, Rhoades has never once let him down. He looks at Wicklow in ways that make him burn beneath his skin and tells him stories of love and bravery Wicklow yearns to understand. Wicklow has absolute faith Rhoades's brilliant mind will uncover the traitor in their midst and find them a way out of the city. But when Rhoades tells him he's not alone, Wicklow isn't sure he can believe him. For the first time in his life, though, he wants to.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781627988971
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 350
Edition language: English
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Evaine's Books, Books and More Books rated it
2.0 Wicklow's Odyssey by R. Cooper - My Thoughts
Well thank God that's done with! It wasn't Wicklow's Odyssey, it felt more like mine! How long did the Odyssey take in classical literature? 10 years? Felt like it took me 10 years to read instead of almost 10 days. There was so much internal shit going on with Wicklow Doyle and it was the same ...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
2.0 Wicklow's Odyssey
The first couple of pages were slow and I wasn't able to be immersed in the world. But slowly it starts to get better, and once the explosion happens and everybody get on their own way, and Wicklow meets Rhoades, I was hooked up.I liked that it is like an espionage thriller, with steampunk and mm ro...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it
5.0 Wicklow's Odyssey
It’s an odd thing but sometimes the more I love a book, the more difficult it is to put that love into words, which leaves me afraid I’ll never be able to do this book justice. The first thought I had when I finished Wicklow’s Odyssey was, “damn, this book was freaking brilliant,” and my love for it...
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