The Legend of Socket Greeny

The Legend of Socket Greeny Book in the Socket trilogy The Paladin Nation is rebuilding Socket Greeny is leading them into a new era of compassion and understanding But when Pike returns Socket discovers nothing is what he ex

  • Title: The Legend of Socket Greeny
  • Author: Tony Bertauski
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Legend of Socket Greeny

    Book 3 in the Socket trilogy The Paladin Nation is rebuilding Socket Greeny is leading them into a new era of compassion and understanding But when Pike returns, Socket discovers nothing is what he expected, that his life has been planned from the beginning He is faced with ultimate betrayal In the end, he won t be asked to save the world It ll be the entire universeBook 3 in the Socket trilogy The Paladin Nation is rebuilding Socket Greeny is leading them into a new era of compassion and understanding But when Pike returns, Socket discovers nothing is what he expected, that his life has been planned from the beginning He is faced with ultimate betrayal In the end, he won t be asked to save the world It ll be the entire universe.

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    1. 1000 +

      Socket is pulled into another Universe and faces Pike, his friend and hero. Things are not as they seem to be as Socket learns that he may not be who he thought he was.Trapped in this unknown Universe Socket has to fight his own demons to get back to the Paladin Nation in time to save the world. Lets Talk About It:Book 3 - The Legend of Socket GreenyI cried. Yes, I cried.If you've read the first two books then you've gotten pretty attached to these characters, especially Socket. This book from b [...]

    2. Teresa Kennedy

      All three of Bertauski's Socket Trilogy are among the finest I've had the privilege to read. Great writer and a wonderful guy.

    3. Liza Burns

      Wow!!Tony Bertauski is the only author that I have to stop and let my brain settle, before I can write a review for one of his books!I have really liked All the books I have read by this author, but this one might be my favorite! In a previous review I wrote for a Tony Bertauski book I said "I automatically give all Tony Bertauski books a 4 star rating". Well this one I give 5 stars! (I would give it 6 if I could, and most books don't get higher than 4 stars from me!). Long story short: Start wi [...]

    4. Travis Mohrman

      I loved the first one and the second one was really good. This one was good, but also weird. It is a very different story than the first. Even the writing style seems different. I'm not positive, but I think as you read you can notice the author himself grow more as a writer. This one had way more depth to the story. He does some really cool things with the characters and brings back a few characters that you may have thought were gone. It kind of turns the story on it's head, but in a very inte [...]

    5. Julie

      I loved all three books in this series. The last one made me think harder, it was a little bit more difficult to wrap my head around the story. But after I finished the book I was reluctant to pick up any other book. I wasn't done thinking about Socket yet. And I loved the ending after all that struggle! Great series! Read these books!

    6. Kjeksen

      3,5 mainly because it wasn’t my taste. The writing is good, but its too long. A lot of cool scenery. Good characters. I like the ending.

    7. Jim

      This one had even more philosophy (especially self discovery) , but with some very cool scenery, action, & it resolves everything. It answers a lot of questions about the origins, however I didn't care for the end. (view spoiler)[ With as much fuss as Socket raises about being 'created', I don't understand how VR could satisfy him at all. I didn't understand how Fedder was killed, either. She was too much of a magical wild card. I must have missed something in the audio book to explain why a [...]

    8. Betty

      THIS was the book I was waiting for in this trilogy. The final book is thoughtful, has depth, and makes sense. A metaphysical theme was slowly introduced through the first two books and is fully realized in this book. The theme is wrapped around a futuristic, technological, action core that would appeal to those readers who don't normally pick up a metaphysical book. This series suffered from what I call "sequel syndrome." This is when a story that can & should be written in one volume is st [...]

    9. Jean

      I get this thing where after reading such an epic book, when I'm done, it takes a while to get out of the book and realize that I had just been reading. I feel blank. Words can't describe how awesome that was. I'm in like emotional shock. It was sad but it was amazing. The whole series just got more epic and more epic until finally it reached the climax at the end and I have nothing else to say.It's just so awesome. It reminds me of the ending of the Pendragon Series. The tenth book I don't thin [...]

    10. Asl4u

      Well - the first book in the series was pretty goid - creative Somewhat entertaining wven though the authors was really tring to be deep and philosophical. The second book fell into the *really trying* again and got pretty sappy. This third book was really really hard for me yo get through (the only reason i finished it was because i was listening to it - not actually giving it 100% of my attention. Sappy got thinker abd thicker until in the end when the one was begging to die and get it over wi [...]

    11. Tevia

      having a very hard time finishing this one. hopefully eventually i will get through it. Finally got through this book!! It wasn't a bad book, just not as riveting as others I have picked up. I am glad I finally finished it though.I more or less enjoyed this series. There were some interesting concepts and I enjoyed most of the characters. It ended way different than I had anticipated, which I enjoyed because I generally can guess how things will end. I know this review isn't helpful at all. I wo [...]

    12. Sharolyn Brown

      Not as enjoyable as the first two books for me. It started off enjoyable, but at a point there was a plot twist that came out of nowhere. Once that was introduced the story seemed to just get weirder and weirder until I was just reading to get to the end. I won't share the plot twist because I don't want to spoil the twist, but it derailed the story for me. And from that point on, nothing really made sense.

    13. Carrie

      The whole series was a little dull, tbh. I wasn't gripped by anything that was going on and frankly just wanted to be finished.The problem in the first book was wrapped up too quickly and neatly - I thought that was going to be the setup for the whole series and it was actually interesting.I didn't like the "twist" in this book AT ALL. It was all just boring and unbelievable.

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      BERTAUSKI STARTER LIBRARY is FREE!Get 3 full-length novels and 1 novella…Just tell me where to send themrtauski/

    15. Laurel

      This book was a lot better than the last book. The plot twists were interesting but the ending was kind of sad yet happy in a way.

    16. Suzanne

      Of the three books in the series, this was the most difficult to wrap my head around. I still enjoyed the story but it left a strange feeling afterward.

    17. devin

      AmazingI loved this entire series from start to finish.An awe inspiring end to a beautiful story that just keeps on giving.

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