Secrets: The Hero Chronicles (Volume 1)

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The Midwest lies in ruins after a catastrophic disaster kills thousands and leaves thousands injured. Nicholas Keller emerges out of the devastation as a shining light of hope for all. But his newfound fame comes with a price that his aunt will not let him pay. Nicholas tumbles into a web of doomed love, extraordinary talents and a secret past, which threatens the lives of everyone he cares about. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 88,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9780985834081
About Tim Mettey

Tim Mettey serves as CEO and Disaster Relief Coordinator at Matthew 25: Ministries, an international humanitarian and disaster relief organization. Tim uses his many experiences and expertise in responding to disasters around the world to set the background for his The Hero Chronicles series. Tim struggles with and has overcome multiple learning disabilities with reading and writing to create this series. Tim advocates for literacy and education worldwide and hopes his journey can be an inspiration to others. He says, “Our disabilities do not define who we are, they make us stronger.”

Tim is happily married to his wife, Chanin, and is the father of four beautiful daughters: Olivia, Cora, Noel and Ashlyn.

FEAR, book 3 in THE HERO CHRONICLES series, is now available on Amazon!

SECRETS, book 1 in THE HERO CHRONICLES series and TRUST, book 2, are now available in audiobook format! Download your copies today!

Stay tuned for the release of book 4 in The Hero Chronicles series to be released October 2015!


Author Meet & Greet & Book Signing
December 8, 2014 7pm
Joseph-Beth Booksellers
2692 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH, 45208

Interested in hosting author Tim Mettey at your own school, church, workplace? Tim is available to schedule speaking engagements to promote literacy and discuss his books, his life, and his work with Matthew 25: Ministries. Please contact Katie at or 513-793-6256 to schedule an event.

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Review by: Paul C Smith on Nov. 11, 2012 :
A really good read - I couldn't put it down, in spite of references to US school system and American football, which we don't understand in the UK (well I don't). Good plot, nicely paced and well written. Look forward to the follow up. Didn't notice (or realise) this is a teen book - I'm 62 and loved it - far better characterisation than most of the adult books I read.
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