A Million to One (The Millionth Trilogy Book 2)
Today’s Free Kindle eBook: A Million to One (The Millionth Trilogy Book 2)
“A second helping of a trilogy cooks up countless horrors and paranormal events.” – Kirkus ReviewsSome victories come at a high price. Some defeats are met with shock and defiance. Some wars are fought with sheer determination. As the ramifications of Kyle Fasano’s mission live on, his wife Tamara finds her family under attack by forces of evil beyond comprehension. Meanwhile, Napoleon Villa’s partner, Detective Evan Parker, is drawn into the hunt for a serial killer who has disturbing connections to the Fasano case. As the second book of “The Millionth Trilogy” unfolds, it becomes evident that there is hell, and there is hell on earth. And worst of all?There are some demons that you never see coming.”A great follow-up to the first book in the trilogy. The otherworldly creativity is amazing and I loved the continuity of both the characters and the plot from the first book. It gets darker, and like with the first book I could not put the book down.” – Amazon 5 Star ReviewReviews for One In A Million, Book 1…”Absorbing and frequently terrifying.” – Kirkus Reviews”Paranormal fans should enjoy this strange brew of revelations and romance, saints and sinners, remembering the past and attempting to save the future.” – Kirkus Reviews”The characters in this supernatural odyssey are well drawn, the plotting is brilliant and just when you think you know where the story is going, Mr. Faggioli throws you another curve ball. I started this book three days ago and I stayed up last night until midnight to finish.” – Amazon 5 Star ReviewWith One Plus One, Book 3, waiting after that to take your breath away:”If a movie should ever be made of this final installment in Faggioli’s (One In A Million, 2016, etc.) trilogy, the Eagles'”Hotel California” might be a contender for the theme song. Like the tune’s lyrics, book passages reference voices that call in the middle of the night, characters who are prisoners of their own device, and spirits that could be in heaven or could be in hell.” – Kirkus ReviewsABOUT THE AUTHOR:Tony Faggioli was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and raised in Los Angeles. He graduated from the University of Southern California and is a happily married father of two kids, two dogs and a pretty awesome goldfish.Website: tonyfaggioli.comFacebook: facebook.com/tfaggioliTwitter: twitter.com/steelertonyComing 2017, The Snow Globe, a thriller.
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