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Winner of 2016 National Indie Excellence Award!

High school junior Chase Jackson is the infamous Outlaw, a celebrated midnight crime fighter caught in an ancient clash between order and corruption. The world only sees the mask, not the young man balancing his secret identity against love.

Rumors surface of a growing evil within Los Angeles, and powerful strangers are searching for the reclusive vigilante, whispering truths about his illness. Despite his desperate attempts for peace, the Outlaw is being drawn into war with the dangerous Infected.

Book two of the coming-of-age, mysterious, super hero(ish), must-listen, young adult, romantic, adventure series!

©2015 Alan Janney (P)2017 Alan Janney

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  • roadmedic
  • 31-08-2017

Good book read by the author

This would have been better if it had been performed by the same guy that read the first book. Would have been 5 stars then. Even with the stupid cliché about republicans being racist.

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  • K
  • 18-07-2017

Book 5 stars. Performance 3. But the author would get 5/5...

if he read the beginning like he read the end. I love Mr. Janney's characters and it is fascinating to hear how the author thinks they sound. His rookie performance gets great in the second half of the book.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-01-2018

Loved the book hate the narration

The author is the narrator for the book and he drained the life out of it. I love the series so far and the author said he really wanted to narrate one of his books but he really needs a lot more practice no offense. The last narrator brought so much life to the book please bring him back for the next one. Please! Or I don’t think I’ll buy it sorry

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-03-2018

Cool series

loving the series, hope he continues to do audios for the rest. as he does a good job reading it with emotion.

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  • Hondo
  • 08-11-2017

BUYER BEWARE. The author thinks he can narrate

The first audiobook is amazing, and so was the performance. But this one is complete dog 💩 and its all thanks to the author and his autistic attempt at voice acting. All his chars have the same voice exepct when he dose this thing where he slows down and talks loud in a Gandalf voice likes its suppose to sound cool and intimidating. But worst of all his neutering of the story. He took a good story with good writing and turned it into an outlaw fan fic all becuase the little flaws and nit-pics are magnified when kermit the frog is reading to you...

I powered through it and if you can too than by all means get the audiobook becuase its still a really good story. If you can't than just get the physical book

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  • Monica Sweeney
  • 18-07-2018

Great story, bad narrator

Love the story and can't wait for the next books to be recorded, however, not a fan of the narrator. Its like he forgot how he voiced the characters from the first book and some of them sounded so similar it was difficult to tell which character was supposed to be speaking. The school principal was also voiced in a way that made him sound like one of the teenaged thugs and not as an adult in charge of a high school.

If you can get passed the narrator, the story is really good and I've been listening to it every chance I get, not just at my desk but in the car and sitting at home instead of turning on the TV like I usually do.

Please hurry and get the next books recorded! I'm hooked and want more!