The Dark River by John Twelve Hawks
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The Dark River Summary
In The Traveler, John Twelve Hawks introduced readers to a dangerous world inspired by the modern technology that monitors our lives. Under constant surveillance of the Vast Machine, a sophisticated computer network run by a ruthless group, society is mostly unaware of its own imprisonment. Gabriel and Michael Corrigan, brothers who were raised off the grid, have recently learned they are Travelers like their long-lost father part of a centuries-old line of prophets able to journey to different realms of consciousness and enlighten the world to resist being controlled. But power affects the brothers differently. As The Traveler ends, Gabriel hesitates under the weight of responsibility. Michael seizes the opportunityand joins the enemy.
The Dark River Reviews
"[T]he engrossing second entry in bestseller Twelve Hawks's Fourth Realm trilogy ... Given the complicated plot and complex setting, readers are advised to read The Traveler first." - PW.
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John Twelve Hawks Author Biography
John Twelve Hawks' books includeNew York Times bestseller, The Traveler, as well as The Golden City and The Dark River. "John Twelve Hawks" is a pseudonym and his real identity is unknown. He lives "off the grid."
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