Tools of Extinction

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The day Alex Marcase became the new owner of a Sha'erah named Evan, his life turned upside down. Dealing with each other took time, and a great deal of effort on both their parts. In the years they've been together, they've been to hell and back on more than one occasion. Each time growing stronger in their trust and conviction. This time, hell is looking for them. Book 3 in the Keeper series

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Published: Nov. 24, 2009
Words: 108,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452409085
About Kristine Williams

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, I'm an avid reader, writer, and government employee with a degree in Veterinary science (go figure). I write Science Fiction but occasionally dabble in Fantasy, and have been known to explore Mainstream now and again.

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Review by: TrellAndMaritzia on Dec. 24, 2012 : star star star star star
It's more of the same from the first books without being just "more of the same". I like the series, and think it's terrific value especially for the price charged.
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Review by: K.M. Frontain on Aug. 23, 2012 : star star star star
This book picked up and moved faster for me than book two in the series. A lot more space exploration, which meant more SF. Alex Marcase is more decisive, while Evan is starting to figure him out better, including the fact that Alex can be a nuisance to purposely force someone to backpedal and think. I liked it. Some parts slow (thinky bits), most of the story very good.
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Review by: Kat Jen on April 01, 2012 : star star star star star
As with Keeper and the other books in the series, this one doesnt let the reader down. I have written so many times about how wonderful this author is, so I wont repeat myself again. Only to say, if you enjoyed the other 2 books then you wont be let down by this one. It left me with a lump in my throad a few times, but ultimately I was just so overjoyed reading about Alex and evan. Wonderful book.
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