Broken (a Tale of Breaking Benjamin)

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The Clements Academy was established, somewhere around the year 2045, training the best and brightest orphans from around the world into the perfect agents. Weapons training, martial arts training, and small unit tactics are each on the curriculum for Clements students. Jon Talbaine has always been the black sheep of Clements, and now he's backed into a corner. How far will he go to get out? More
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Words: 8,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301473489
About Brent Meske

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Brent is a husband, father, teacher, writer, and sometimes artist living in Seoul Korea, originally from Detroit, Michigan. Brent reads Stephen King, Brandon Mull, Jim Butcher, and a hundred others. You should too.

Lately Brent's been all over the place: designing book covers both E and print, editing up books, and reviewing for AIA (awesome indies, look them up). It's an exciting time to be a writer.

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Review by: David Howells on May 17, 2013 :
The short story is a hard animal to master, requiring far shorter word counts to bring out a whole event. Brent has a talent for taming the literary beast and making it jump the hoops. The climate of the storyline remained consistant, and the pacing kept interest from wandering. This is my first story from this author, and I plan on checking out a few more.
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Review by: Evelyn Rose on May 12, 2013 :
I decided to try reading something different. This is different! A study of inhuman humanity in a world where it is commonplace. You almost know the end but you don't and that keeps you reading. Very Well written!
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Review by: Joey Jones on May 03, 2013 :
Another amazing addition to this series. Loved it.
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