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Jihn Preview See a Problem? In fact, I honestly don’t see why anyone bothers to protect the Travelers, as other than being a bumbling naif, Gabriel doesn’t seem to do any good for anyone. Have carried on from the The Traveller this time around and found the pace of the book as good as the first. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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I liked the notion that two Traveler twins are now on opposite sides of the great chasm – Michael joins the Brethren and Gabriel aligns with those who oppose the Brethren. Nov 20, Sarah Rigg rated it really liked it.

E’ il secondo volume di una trilogia, la jobn si segue ugualmente anche non avendo letto il primo, ma non aspettatevi una fine senza leggere il terzo in uscita in inglese nel You even get to witness them shoe-horning this understanding into their own traditional belief system.

You see her gradually learn that friendship and love are not bad things that will get her killed. Refresh and try again. But I will definitely enjoy the third book and seeing what John Twelve Hawks does with the characters, organizations, and what sorts of hope this series offers to our own world. The Dark River furthers the plot along, but falls short of offering up any shocking realizations or reveals, feeling more like a chapter in the great saga of the Fourth Realm series.


To ask other readers questions about The Dark Riverplease sign up. On the downside, and the reason that the book earned only four of the possible five stars available here, is the fact that The Dark River terminates vs. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A lo mejor es que el tiempo no perdona This story was darker but not twelfe eye opening as the first book.

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The landscape has shifted: That segment takes more center stage here. I’m not going through the plot etc, everyone does. I guess it’s easy, like in ordering-off-the-dollar-menu-at-McDonald’s easy rather than firing up the wok. Vicki went out like a bitch. Maya, Hollis, Vicki, and Gabriel make this worth it; The more prominent characters that had twdlve been mentioned before are nice additions.

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Lists with This Book. A pretty good book, not as good or interesting as the first a bit weaker, but readable. To him, technology by itself is an evil.

Overall, I’d recommend you not waste your time. Jun 13, Fred rated it really liked it. This is the second book in a proposed trilogy joh a sightly future world that includes timeworn sub-groups of people such as Travelers who know how to travel out of their body to different dimensionsHarlequins people trained in martial arts to defend TravelersPathfinders who help Travelers bring out their talent and the Brethren bad guys who want to eliminate all Harlequins and control everybody else by a virtual prison Remember, one man’s breezy summary can be another man’s spoiler.

It has such a dark paranoid feel to it Basically the whole book involves Gabriel, one of the last Travelers, try to escape his brother, who has gone to the Dark Side and joined the Tabula.


The Dark River (Fourth Realm, #2) by John Twelve Hawks

It will take the eagerly-awaited publication of the third book to see if I might be right. The core idea of the series is that there are extra-special beings called the Travelers who have the ability to travel to other worlds which are pretty crap, by the way and bring back the wisdom they find there.

Then there is the Brethren, or the Tabula as they are known to Travelers, who are out to kill all the Travelers and have done so since the beginning. My first encounter with Twelve Hawks was through Sparkwhich I found pretty darned awesome, enough so that I decided to try another of his works.

This Was for Your Own Good. The conclusion was a great cliffhanger and I twdlve forward to reading the final book. Everything seemed like plot machinations to set up the third book. Twelve Hawks’ writing is lazy, full of lame haeks and flat characters, with such a contrived plot, that he doesn’t even seem to bother to try to explain it or make it worth a reader’s time to invest. This was most acute when the story suddenly turned into The Da Vinci Code.

Tldr if you liked The Traveler you’ll likely enjoy this. Hardcoverpages.