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7th Son: Deceit

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  • Title: 7th Son: Deceit
  • Author: J.C. Hutchins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Podiobook
  • Two days ago, seven human clones John, Michael, Father Thomas, Dr Mike, Jonathan, Jack and Kilroy2.0 were torn away from their normal lives to stop a ruthless plot created by their progenitor, a man code named John Alpha Their quest was a descent into conspiracy, violence and death.The clones were successful in their mission, but victory was not without its priceTwo days ago, seven human clones John, Michael, Father Thomas, Dr Mike, Jonathan, Jack and Kilroy2.0 were torn away from their normal lives to stop a ruthless plot created by their progenitor, a man code named John Alpha Their quest was a descent into conspiracy, violence and death.The clones were successful in their mission, but victory was not without its price.As 7th Son Book Two Deceit begins, the Beta clones are demoralized, reeling from their loss and about to learn that John Alpha s plans are far from over.To prevent the next phase of Alpha s plan, John, Kilroy2.0, and the others must unearth dark secrets about the government project from which they were spawned They will experience the horrors of betrayal, and race cross country to track John Alpha.And they will finally realize the scope of Alpha s wrath the bloodshed the clones have witnessed is merely a prelude to the world rending destruction to come Unless they can stop it first.Deceit is the second novel in J.C Hutchins 7th Son thriller trilogy.

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    1. This book has the mental thinking, calculation, along with the action and on the move for their lives feel. There is quicker paced as we are learning big details and the clones have to move to keep safe. The tension of whether they will make out alive, is ever so strongly present in this book.Alpha's plans are so much deeper than the clones, even the lead doctor, had ever thought. Alpha has one twisted, brilliant mind. His corruption and conspiracies have no end in sight.***FULL REVIEW****Our cl [...]

    2. Great sequel. While you can definitely seem some other storylines come in as inspiration here, Hutchins still has quite the unique story. From learning about the cloning and Alphas sneaking back into the complex to twists like that of Special K going rogue and the HQ in a water tower, this book does it all!

    3. I have to admit I am disappointed by this installment of the 7th Son trilogy. It took me a little bit, and 3 attempts to listen to it, in order to really love the first installment but eventually I couldn't get enough of it! And the first installment left me on a cliffhanger that had me yelling at my ipod in frustration to know what happened! But with as exciting and awesome as the first one was, this one was just asblah. Frankly, reading some of the other reviews for it I thought for a minute t [...]

    4. "Read" as a podcast novel.Good, but not as good as the first book of the trilogy.Not typically a thriller fan, but this one had me hooked. A really bad set of villains. And a team of flawed, but greater-than-the-sum-of-their-parts heroes.I was a bit upset by a few of Hutchins' decisions, but I imagine it will all pay off. #fingerscrossedOn to Destruction!!

    5. As previously discussed, the first book in this series was not actually good. I "read" the second book because it was available as a free podcast novel and I would listen to a 89-year-old woman with a North Shore accent read the telephone book when I'm stuck on the 89 bus.This series is very DaVinci Code meets Tom Clancy. The second book is all about ANWR! I bet you didn't see that coming! Also, we finally got an explanation for why only one of the seven clones is gay, and while it wasn't as hor [...]

    6. A lot of readers attach a stigma to fiction that's given away by its author, the thinking no doubt being that if the author doesn't think it's worth buying, why should the reader/listener bother investing their time and emotional energy in it? It's an understandable argument on one level, but with podcasted novels like this, those arguments are proven completely false.Hutchins is amazingly talented. He writes with the scope and scale of big summer blockbuster films, but in a way that contains mo [...]

    7. I did listen to this whole series on podcast before reading the books. I liked the podcast a lot, enough to seek out the books once they were finally published.None of the three books stands up to reading as well as listening because when you can go slow and reread, some of the plot holes show up including 1) convenient guesses that always turn out to be right and 2) superpower (ie Code Phantom) that can sort of be invoked to explain away anything and 3) convenient ignorance/lack of suspicion wh [...]

    8. 7th Son: Deceit is a fitting sequel to 7th Son: Descent. Honestly, I enjoyed it more than the first book. The puzzles from book one are followed by even better ones here, and it's a blast to try and solve them myself as the clones are only to find out that yes, I'm on the right track, but I just don't take it far enough. Then again, the puzzles are intended specifically for the clones' expertise, and since I don't have that, it isn't a surprise. I do get bits and pieces right, but the whole, nop [...]

    9. A little slower than the first installment of the series, but still a good book. The end is a little bit dissapointing because there isn't much of any kind of conclusion or closure. Certainly, there is more development to the story, over the course of about a day or two, shedding more light on the 7th Son Experimental Program, the facility, John Alpha's activities after the Betas were created, and some of the relationships between what is happening around the world. There are a few twists that w [...]

    10. This book has just as much action and intrigue as the first one, and J.C. Hutchins' skill with character voices, both textual and vocal, does not disappoint. He also definitely raises the bar from the last book with regard to the trials he throws at his characters.I was going to give this four stars on the argument that it felt like a middle book. Then I realized that it took me so long to finish it that I was mentally dividing the first half from the second. Taking the whole book properly into [...]

    11. This podcast continues the sage of the remaining John Michael Smiths as they try to find and defeat John Alpha. The story splits up the remaining clones and has them travel all across the U.S. in an attempt to decipher Alpha's cryptic clues.As usual J.C. Hutchins is not afraid to kill people or create havoc on an international scale. All the violence and foul language made me almost feel guilty to listen to the story at work. Almost.Overall I found this book quite enjoyable but the pacing seemed [...]

    12. A vast improvement on the first book in the trilogy, which wasn't half bad itself. I thought the stakes were upped very nicely and (minor spoilers) less characters meant the surviving ones got more room to breathe. The nature of the ending was a bit disappointing to me personally but it is the middle book of a trilogy. JC also got better and better at performing the various voices. Gripping and entertaining stuff.

    13. Sure it's over-the-top and ridiculous but JC Hutchins crazy action thriller about a group of clones trying to track down the original man they were cloned from (who has now gone evil and is threatening to destroy The World As We Know It) is great fun.Still think this would make an awesome movie but instead the latest movie to be called 7th Son was a lame-looking fantasy with Jeff Bridges Oh well.

    14. An adrenalin filled thrill ride, an intense and sharply written sequel - a little slower, a bit more information, Deceit is an excellent middle volume. It also features the BEST depiction of Alaska I have ever seen in any sort of fiction. An accurate depiction? Unfortunately I don't know enough to say, but I can say that J.C. Hutchins NAILED the feel and many of the details.

    15. Like I said, J.C. Hutchinson is one of the best authors I've listened to through a Podcast. Try as I may, I couldn't figure out what would happen next, which is a good thing because all to often I could guess what would happen next. If you made it this far, there's no way you couldn't liste to the last of the trilogy.

    16. The characters in this one are distinct, and I found it to be more enjoyable than the first novel. The characters are still a touch naive, but they're learning, and there were some great twists that caught me by surprise.

    17. I enjoyed this book, even when the shit hit the fan. I started skipping the beginning of chapter re-cap, though when I caught some of the fancier readers (Nathan Fillion, anyone?) I went back to listen to the whole thing.

    18. The audio quality of this podcast is more than bad. Also, more time is spent on introducing the multiple narrators than on the story itself. Abandoned 10 minutes in.

    19. Interesting stuff!Was hooked from book one and this book was a blast to dull the tedium of work and studies.

    20. I liked the first book a little better but this was a good trip into the conspiracy theorists world.

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