She stood quietly for a few moments, enjoying the brief tranquility until a sudden, loud noise and bright, flaring light reflected from the buildings a few blocks away. What on earth? What is that? The light slowly diminished after pulsating several times in timed succession. She watched as it flickered out, quickly realizing she shouldn't dally-there would be hell to payShe stood quietly for a few moments, enjoying the brief tranquility until a sudden, loud noise and bright, flaring light reflected from the buildings a few blocks away. What on earth? What is that? The light slowly diminished after pulsating several times in timed succession. She watched as it flickered out, quickly realizing she shouldn't dally-there would be hell to pay if he discovered her taking a break. No such luck. "Lucy! Is that all? Do I have to come down there, and beat you again?" "No, Master-I'll do better. Please let me try." Brian McCullough's On the Edge of Now, Book II-No Man's Land, the second in a six-book series, transports readers to a time and place when history shifts, the forgotten come to life, and authority disintegrates. Tag, Rose, and Claire discover societal atrocities still exist as they search for a way out. For a way back to their families. For a way back home....
|Title||:||No Man's Land|
|Number of Pages||:||378 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
No Man's Land Reviews
There are few books I don't want to put down, and McCullough's books are in that category -- good, solid stories that are fun to read. No Man's Land grabbed my interest immediately, although I will never confess to a couple of late dinners on the table because I had my nose stuck in the book! The upshot? If you didn't read his first book, The Departure, do yourself a favor and read it first. As I understand it, McCullough's book is a series, so I'm definitely looking forward to reading all of them. I think one of the things I enjoy most is his books are great crossovers -- adults and kids will enjoy them, and they're suitable for young readers. Can't praise them enough!
If you haven't taken the opportunity to read Brian McCullough's On the Edge of Now Series -- do yourself a favor, and pick them up ASAP! A great getaway from regular 'ol life, there were twists right from the beginning. When I logged on to Goodreads today to leave a review for McCullough's Redemption, I noticed I neglected to review his second book . . . which, a couple of weeks ago, I think, hit #1 in Amazon's Top 100 Free books. So, treat yourself -- read all of them!
When a book opens with so many possibilities it is tough to stop turning pages till there are no more pages to turn. The ending is partly satisfying but it also entices interest for more story. The author has created an incredible web so far that easily blended with the first.
Really enjoyed this. It's a fun, engaging read that's a real page turner. I don't read a lot of fiction, but I'm quite enjoying this series. Can't wait for book number 3!