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Alex finds himself with a mission to find as many new followers as he can during the limited time he has left, as he comes to grip with the knowledge that his abilities will likely kill him. Before that happens, he hits the road with his sister and an ex-cop serving as a bodyguard. Along the way, they learn much more about him, about his followers, and about leading a mission when one doesn’t know the way. He needs to connect with enough followers to build a whole new branch on the evolutionary tree, but he only has a limited amount of time to do it, and he has to stay below the radar as he does it.
This is the fourth of a six book series following Alex Jennings as he deals with a variety of challenges as he learns about what he’s ultimately facing.
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Alex begins his new adventure by looking back and saying goodbye to his family and friends.
Alex, Cate and Gail learn a few things on the road.
The first night in Memphis.
New characters, new information.
More people, and Alex learns something new.
Cate chides her brother over his behavior, while the others marvel over it.
Alex returns to New Orleans.
Alex gets a few surprises in NOLA.
Alex has some adjustments of his own to make.
Alex settles in before the hammer falls.
Albert Rodriguez’s article about Alex is released.
Patricia and others provides Alex with a few more surprises.
Alex deals with changing events in New Orleans.
Alex deals with more people and situations.
More problems from Albert Rodriquez.
Alex gives those most loyal to him some time.
Alex finally flees New Orleans.
Clara returns, with her usual results.
Alex meets his new traveling companions.
Alex’s first concert.
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I like your writing style. I have always heard – let the participants tell the story. And they do. I watch through Gail’s eyes as she searches the crowded room for threats, & Cate’s constant frustration that she cannot learn more about what Alex is creating while wishing to be a seer.
The amount of work to create these narrations is breath-taking.
Review by: TerryStephensonJr on Dec. 29, 2013 :
Just finished this one, I honestly didn’t get as engrossed in it as I did the previous one. I think because the core group being fractured and the massive influx of new names and faces. Still good however.