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The Night Quartet Boxed Set: A Dystopian Superhero Story
Robin J Sitten
Length: 41 hrs and 20 mins
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He didn't ask for limitless power. Conthan's only talents are sarcasm and art. That is, until he learns he's a Child of Nostradamus with the ability to teleport. When his newfound powers kill a Marine, he finds himself hunted by the military's elite. He is not the only one in danger. Conthan discovers his future entwined with a warden bent on corrupting imprisoned Children. As he unravels a conspiracy about to destroy the country, will he sacrifice his humanity to become a hero? Fans of X-Men and X-Force will love this fast-paced introduction to the Children of Nostradamus Universe.
For Eleanor, the future is written in stone, or is it? As a bloody war spreads across Europe, the mob seizes control of New York City. Unable to stand by as crime lord corrupts her home, Eleanor stalks the streets in a mask, weaponizing her ability to see the future. But when the Society strikes first, she must face a foe with gifts of her own.
Eleanor sees fragments of the future, but despite her efforts, she can’t alter destiny. Even as a young woman surviving in 1943, she believes the visions are a curse from the devil himself. But when she finds a grifter with the ability to read her mind, she realizes she is not alone. A killer stalks those with gifts. Eleanor tempts fate and sets out to stop the murders. But in her quest to protect those like her, Eleanor discovers something darker than murder living in the souls of men. To be victorious, she only needs to unwrite the future.
He didn't ask for limitless power. Conthan's only talents are sarcasm and art. That is, until he learns he's a Child of Nostradamus with the ability to teleport. When his newfound powers kill a Marine, he finds himself hunted by the military's elite. He is not the only one in danger. Conthan discovers his future entwined with a warden bent on corrupting imprisoned Children. As he unravels a conspiracy about to destroy the country, will he sacrifice his humanity to become a hero?
Conthan refused to kill his mentor. With an act of mercy, he placed the fate of mankind in the hands of a madman with no equals. Conthan fears the only way emerge victorious is to surrender what’s left of his humanity to his powers. To defeat a powerful man, there must be a powerful woman. Sentenced to die in the Outlands, Twenty-Seven now leads the rebellion. But it’s the war between her past and present that has the potential to break her. She stands on the front lines ready to save the world, or at least she hopes.
The darkness wears many faces. Conthan seeks peace in the church of Nostradamus. But hidden amongst their flock, rebels look to him for leadership. For the first time, Conthan can see an end to an ongoing war. He can stop the madman, but only if he becomes a ruthless killer. In the battle for Chicago there will be no victor. Dwayne hated killing, but his powers make him an expert. He stomachs the violence when it’s the enemy. Now, he must decide if he’s capable of turning those destructive powers on the Nighthawks in order to save the world.
Murder isn’t in the hero handbook. A year after joining the Nighthawks, Conthan feels anything but heroic. He fulfilled the prophecy of a dead psychic, but the stain of the warden lingers. In the cold of night, he battles a crippling self-doubt by waging war on the synthetic army. A secret society unleashes a second civil war. Jasmine can’t standby and watch the world plummet into darkness as the society rises to power. Controlling the synthetics means her kind are marked for extinction. Her freedom from the military will mean nothing if she’s dead.