• Title: Suicide Run (Engines of Liberty, #2)
  • Author: Graham Bradley
  • ISBN: 9780692383902
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Suicide Run Engines of Liberty Following the events of REBEL HEART Calvin has to face the uncomfortable truth that the technomancer army hasn t been completely honest with him about their long term goals if they drive the British
    Following the events of REBEL HEART, Calvin has to face the uncomfortable truth that the technomancer army hasn t been completely honest with him about their long term goals if they drive the British wizards out of the land, there s a good chance many of their laws and customs will remain in practice And that s not why he joined the army.After he runs afoul of the chainFollowing the events of REBEL HEART, Calvin has to face the uncomfortable truth that the technomancer army hasn t been completely honest with him about their long term goals if they drive the British wizards out of the land, there s a good chance many of their laws and customs will remain in practice And that s not why he joined the army.After he runs afoul of the chain of command, he finds himself in the vast American wilderness, unarmed and nearly helpless, desperate to return to Mount Vernon to Amelia before a new threat kills him.To make matters worse, the young mage Godfrey Norrington survived their previous encounter, and has quite an appetite for revengeWith Calvin s death seeming to be a foregone conclusion, he decides to push himself harder and farther than he ever has before, clinging to his last, greatest, and only hope for salvation that Amelia can somehow help him get the war back on track, and save his life in the process.

    One Reply to “Suicide Run (Engines of Liberty, #2)”

    1. Not as bad as I thought it'd beWhile wildly unpredictable and strangely mashed between sci-fi and "hard" magic, the threads throughout harking to Colonial times set this astonishingly out-of-the-box adventure in a category all it's own. Would recommend for teen boys, or those who still haven't grown up. 😉

    2. Once again, I abstain from rating my own book. Personal choice. Got nothing against authors who do it, I just don't.This is the first sequel I've ever finished. It was tough, but since it's so episodic, it wasn't impossible. Now I've just got to get that bloody third book done

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