The Man Who Walked in Darkness (Miles Franco #2)

The Man Who Walked in Darkness (Miles Franco #2) Miles Is Back For Another Round Of Hardboiled Pulp Action In The Two Fisted Sequel To The Man Who Crossed Worlds.Freelance Tunneler Miles Franco Is Having A Bad Time Of It He S Facing A Trial That Could See Him Spend The Rest Of His Days In Prison Hallucinations Of Dead Men Haunt Him Day And Night And To Top It All Off, One Of His Bandmates Has Been Poisoned By A Toxin From Another World.Miles Doesn T Take Kindly To People Killing His Friends Now He Ll Have To Walk The Darkest Road He S Ever Been Down With Corrupt Corporations On One Side And Fanatical Interdimensional Gangsters On The Other, He Doesn T Hold Out Any Hope He Ll Come Out Of This Alive But He Has A Promise To Keep.And Miles Will Burn Every Last World To The Ground If It Gets Him Answers.


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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • The Man Who Walked in Darkness (Miles Franco #2)
  • Chris Strange
  • English
  • 25 November 2018
  • 9781490409955

10 thoughts on “The Man Who Walked in Darkness (Miles Franco #2)

  1. says:

    So here s how it is The name s Miles Franco, and I m a freelance Tunneler You see, there s our world, and then there s another one, the one some asshole named Heaven A world of instability and randomness, a cruel parody of our world, populated by a race called the Vei Sometimes people want to cross worlds or send stuff through without going through the proper channels That s where I come in I open Tunnels and transport people between the worlds, or I can tap into the chaos of Heaven and alter things in our world I do that, and then I get paid It s a living The Man Who Walked In Darkness is one of the most captivating books I have read As is the Chris Strange standard, the story grabs you right from the beginning and never lets you take a breather The plot is simple enough, right There are the good guys, the bad guys, the good guys you think are bad guys and vice versa and then there is Miles Well, maybe not that simple Miles is obviously the catalyst of the story and damn he does a good job of effing things up most the time Miles Franco is one of my absolute favorite characters He is stubborn as hell and hard to keep down The poor guy sure can take an ass whoopin though I was first introduced to Miles Franco in The Man Who Crossed Worlds ...

  2. says:

    The idea of string theory and parallel universes has only recently become a new norm in the world of science It has evolved from a crazed wishful theory to a solid and possible concept Today scientists study the possibility that many worlds exist on levels that humanity is not capable of understanding These new theories have opened up a fountain of questions and excitement for both astrophysics and those in the world of literature The notion alone that humanity is not alone is both awe inspiring and frightening What would these aliens look like and how would they interact with humans Could humanity accept another species of intelligent beings or would utter chaos happen This story touches on the idea of parallel universes and alien life forms It is about a man named Miles Franco who happens to be a gifted tunneler A person with profound abilities that is able to open doors to other worlds with only his mind and a drug A man that is both tortured and talented, but is in constant danger What do you get when you mix a fractured man with godlike powers You get one hell of a story This book was one insane ride after another I absolutely loved it and am going to have my husband read it I normally do not get into books like this, but I am happy that I did.The story was very captivating and had me on edge the entire time I really enjoyed the main character and would like to give it a go with the author s other books The ideas about parallel universes and ho...

  3. says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for agreeing to provide an honest review.I love a book that keeps me guessing, and that is what The Man Who Walked In Darkness does amazingly well Miles is definitely a man who marches to the beat of his own drummer His personal moral code has a tenancy to get him in big trouble He s rather like that watch that takes a licking but keeps on ticking.This story has ups and downs than a roller coaster The characters are wonderfully described, yet the reader is never quite sure who is on the side of evil as opposed to who is on the side of good Except of course for Miles loyal friends who a...

  4. says:

    Pretty good2nd book of the series, just as good as the first Story about a guy who can basically travel between worlds, dealing with issues from the previous book A friend is murdered, and he sets out to find out who did it He s kinda a good hearted dirtbag I really like the main character, the dialogue, the humor, and there is plenty of actio...

  5. says:

    A good story with even noir style writing than the previous book Good pace and interesting cast of characters, for the most part Des can stop saying guy at the end of every sentence As with many detective type stories, the main character has a bad case of all the women want to sleep...

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