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With one simple myth, nations burned. Under the Almighty, an empire has been forged, bringing peace to the once-divided continent. But now, a spark of truth threatens to ignite the religion of lies.

Chapman unknowingly brought the Seventh Precinct to their demise. Now Officer Holden Sanders, known throughout the capital city as the survivor, seeks the truth of how so many he held dear were slaughtered. But, when it comes to light his former mentor might still draw breath, the officer of God is forced to wage war against the Almighty itself.

©2021 Daniel Greene (P)2021 Daniel Greene

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  • Vasil Duka
  • 01-12-2021

Good for a YouTuber book, room for improvement

Like many people who got this audiobook, I'm a watcher of Daniel Greene's content. That's how I found out about this book in the first place! I listened to Breach of Peace and was pleasantly surprised; the bar for books by YouTubers has been set so dreadfully low. So I was eager to see how Greene improved for this, the sequel.

The results were, eh, okay.

Greene is competent enough, but I really didn't see too much improvement. One thing I noticed is that Greene is scarce on descriptions and much too fast on transitions, and this is exacerbated the further into the book you get. Characters will go from having a conversation and then traversing across half the city with but a sentence. This is pure speculation on my part, but I don't get the sense that it was rushed, per se, but that Greene was perhaps impatient to get to the next plot beat.

Characters were fine but there were some weird instances that didn't sit right with me. For example, one character in particular is set up a very specific way: he's spent months mourning his fallen comrades, having turned to drink, mostly abandoned his exercise routine, shows up to work late, etc. But later on he does a complete 180 so abrupt and casual, it's almost funny.

Fights were decent.

I'll still check out the third one.

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  • martin hernon
  • 23-11-2021

mr. greene you did it again.

after years of talking smack about poor sequels you prove your words by delivering a strong 2nd entry into this universe you've created. I love the way it bounces between perspectives and getting the A-team to narrate for you is amazing. bravo sir, I not to patiently await the next release.

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  • Victoria Powers
  • 16-12-2021

Interesting idea, but confusing execution

I listened to the second book in hopes it would answer some questions left by the first book. I really wanted this series to be a home run because I love the author. It felt to erratic. Still was an interesting idea and the ending was good. Hope as Daniel grows as an author his story’s will be better executed.

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  • Jason
  • 25-05-2022

Great first showing from a new author!

I first found Daniel Greene from his YouTube content on the Wheel of Time. I figured it would be the least I could do to try out his writing after he had given me so much entertainment for free.

From the onset this book had its hooks in me. The characters and dialogue resounded so well with me and truly felt real. As a first showing from an author it is exceptionally strong and I truly cannot wait to see how his talent builds and grows.

As a side note; I wanted to highlight how easy an author can include all different kinds of people, without lighting a signal fire. This book is a prime example of how you can write about people without making the their race or sexual orientation their only defining characteristics. Bravo.

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  • Heather
  • 23-05-2022

Good listen

That escalated quickly! I find the balance between action and detective work a nice balance, and how dark situations get. Seriously, there are some vindictive low blows. Kate and Michael are amazing, as always. Need book 3!

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  • Jorge
  • 14-03-2022

Can’t wait for book 3

I love all of these characters! God do I hate the appointed!!! I can’t wait to see this new world in book 3 .

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  • Alex O.
  • 01-03-2022

good for a second book, but

it still feels like Daniel leans too much on having the worst most gruesome thing possible happen. maybe that's the vibe he's going for, but most books I like seem to the relate the body horror to the narrative, world building or something significant in the story but from the beginning of Bread of Peas he just throws a dead kid at you in way too much detail.

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  • William Holmes
  • 15-02-2022

A Good Second Entry (Warning Mild Spoilers)

I was excited you see where Daniel would go and he did not disappoint. This was an overall improvement from his first novella. For me he has shown improvement in his ability to develop characters and get me to care about them. He still has improvement on this front that I am confident will come with more practice now.

It was great to get to see more of Avi and how she views the world. While her character isn’t fully fleshed out in terms of her relationships with those around her, we began to see more into her world and just how powerful anointed are. Holden was handled fairly believably in his launch into action propelling him out of his cycle of grief at least temporarily. I enjoyed the character overall. The name just clashes in my head with the Expanse. I also got very strong Mort (from the Dresden files) vibes from the MoT sidekick that shows up at the end with important documents for some reason it may just have been his meek demeanor. Regardless of this I enjoyed this character and hope we see more of him in the future. It was also wonderful to get to learn more about the magic in this series and see it in full effect in fights.

Finally, Khlid was a complete badass and I loved her role in that for this sequel. However, I wish we were given more insight into how these changes are affecting her psyche. This may be intentionally vague due to Khlid possibly not being aware of it at first but it just feels like there could have been more done there to help us understand her during and after her transformation into a killing machine. Even with all of my criticisms I very much enjoyed this second entry by the Disheveled Goblin in how he continued to build on the world, characters, and his own skills.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-12-2021

Excellent new author

Well done Daniel! Eager to read more. Loving the world and the characters, who feel wonderfully *real*.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-12-2021

Daniel B. Greene, Michael Kramer, and Kate Reading

Can't wait for the next book! Hyped already!!
I never write reviews, but I'm just trying to show my support for a book series that's worth it! 💯💯💯

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  • Marie
  • 25-05-2022

Very dark but very good

The second entry in Daniel Greene's story is just as good if not better than the previous short story.
I enjoyed getting to know more about the characters, the world and getting some glimpses of what lies beyond the empire.
Can't wait for the next book to see where this leads.

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  • Chris Rundle
  • 16-02-2022

Excellent start. The future looks interesting

Really enjoyed this, seemed like it was just getting going when it ended though which just leaves me thirsty for the sequel. Plenty of questions left to answer and what seems like the beginning of an excellent story. all in all I think I preferred the previous novella, but this is an excellent start and I'm looking forward to much, much more.

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  • Alisdair Bartley
  • 23-12-2021

An Enjoyable Story

This is much improved and far longer than it’s previous instalment. The themes are stronger and the story is fuller and it isn’t afraid to follow through and stronger plot points.

One criticism is that the writing is a bit weaker, some characters sound the same and the repetition of words to describe things between characters is something that bugged me.

That minor point aside I am enjoying this story although I can’t see how the Empire will not win, perhaps that is the point.
The Grim Dark is shining through alive and well and I love it for that, it’s nice to be here for the birth of a new Author and his story.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-12-2021

Great book and a perfect sequel to Breach of peace

I was a bit scare that Daniel being a YouTube and all would disappoint. But he delivered not once but twice!

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