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One Tin Soldier: A Post-Apocalyptic Superhero Novel (The Murder of Crows Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Now a 2022 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Award Winner in the Fiction - New Adult category
Damian Banach's journey from Crow to Cape comes to a thrilling conclusion!
Every year, the best Academy third-years are offered internships with Free States Cape teams, while the rest join the Mission on a multi-month expedition to bring hope and supplies to the Badlands. This year is different though... and it's not just because Damian Banach, the Academy's only Crow, actually volunteered for the Mission.
The fact is, Damian's not headed into the Badlands for relief work. He's going because he owes someone a favor, and that favor has come due. Somewhere in the lawless lands east of the Free States is the person responsible for the Break and all the chaos that came after, and it's Damian's job to find him.
He's hunting for Dr. Nowhere.
One Tin Soldier is the final book in the award-winning post-apocalyptic superhero trilogy, The Murder of Crows. As with the other books in the series, it features violence, gore, sexual situations, and a lot of expletives.
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The Mission's annual humanitarian trip into the Badlands has begun and to everyone's surprise, Damian Banach is along for the ride. Six months out in the wilderness before he can take his place as a professional Cape.
Monsters. Slavers. Warlords.
But the Academy's only Crow didn't join the Mission to do charity work. He's paying off a favor to the deadliest woman he knows, a woman who sent him into the Badlands to find the man responsible for the Break.
He's hunting for Dr. Nowhere.
- ASIN : B09723N9GY
- Publisher : Ghost Falls Press (November 9, 2021)
- Publication date : November 9, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1276 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 439 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #89,069 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #290 in Superhero Fantasy eBooks
- #481 in Superhero Science Fiction
- #993 in Dystopian Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
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This series is good. Really, really good. The writing is tight, the plot is engrossing and the characters all have weight. The world feels alive and I want more stories.
I think that's just about the highest praise one can give for a book, for a series. I still want more.
This is easily the best superhero series I have read, and a fantastic take on a classic villains power set. I am said to reach the end, but a wonderful end it was.
Sometimes you just stumble onto a piece of great literature. It's so rare that the third book in a trilogy is the best, especially when the previous two were also good.
The second book was full of new questions and mysteries, as well as new characters that had great plot and story lines while still exploring the characters that were introduced in the first book, and building up to the inevitable conclusion that should have been obvious from the start.
While it's more adult in this one and not something I would recommend for younger readers, it's still a solid 10/10.
The third book gave us the answers we've been asking from the beginning, while exploring the apocalyptic world that we have heard so much about. The main characters develop from a baby Crow to the Cat five Black Hat could not have been told better. And while there is not much of a happy ending for our hero/villain, it's an ending I can be content with.
If the author is willing to write more books like this, I will be patiently waiting for them to come out.
The entire series as a whole...1000/10
I highly recommend it
I read a LOT of Kindle unlimited. Mostly it is easy reading to occupy time. This was so much better than I expected.
If you have read 1 & 2 then you know you have to complete 3. If this is your first foray into this series go star at the beginning, but definitely start reading this series
After spending two books seeing the core characters grow independently and in relation to Damien, I wish more of them were present in this final book. I love Chris's writing style and how he shows us Damien's growth through his first-person POV but also his growth as perceived by others (which is also filtered through Damien's POV). Those moments like, "For some reason, Bard shot Alexa a look as he said that...," are some of my favorite interactions in the series because they add another layer to the constantly-changing relationships between characters. So, I was sad to not see more of characters we've gotten to know/love (read: a spooky psychologist), but Chris mentioned wanting to focus on Damien, his powers, and his fate independently of the familiar people/contexts. After finishing the book, I think it was definitely the right choice.
Overall, it was a bittersweet, well-done end to Damien's narrative. I'm happy that more post-Break stories are a future possibility and I'm excited to see where Chris goes with the world he's created.
Top reviews from other countries
You’ll see what I mean when you get there but you will keeps you hooked !
Couldn't put them down. Story was a great pace. Characters well written. Best series I've read for a long time. A true gem!