Cronin's Key II : Cronin's Key

  • by N. R. Walker
  • Narrated by Joel Leslie
  • Series: Cronin's Key
  • 7 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

History isn't always what it seems....
With the battle of Egypt behind them, Alec and Cronin are enjoying the thrill of new love. Though fate doesn't wait long before throwing them back into the world of weird.
They know Alec's blood is special, though its true purpose still eludes them. And given Alec's inability to be changed into a vampire, Cronin is free to drink from him at will. But the ramifications of drinking such powerful blood starts a ripple effect.
With the help of Jorge, a disturbing vampire-child with the gift of foresight, Alec and Cronin face a new kind of war. This time their investigations lead them to the borders of China and Mongolia - but it's not what lies in the pits beneath that worries Alec.
It's the creator behind it all.
In the underground depths of China, amid a war with the Terracotta Army, they will find out just what the Key is - and what Alec means to the vampire world.

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The brilliance continues!

Would you listen to Cronin's Key II again? Why?

Yes. This is one of my favorite series. I love the author and the narrator, and I always re-listen to my favorites.


What other book might you compare Cronin's Key II to and why?

This series reminds me of the Indiana Jones franchise, but with vampires and gay romance! I love how actual history is incorporated into the story.


Which scene was your favorite?

While I love the entire book, I felt emotional when the cause of Jorge's "personalities" was revealed. He finally felt understood, and it was lovely.


Any additional comments?

This series is wonderful, and I look forward to listening to the next book, which I've pre-ordered.

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- HockeyfanT

Happy ever after and god like powers

Great ending to a wonderful story. I only have one complaint. (Spoiler). In my opinion giving Alec Every power known to all is kind of a stretch. It was good for a build up. But the conclusion was a bit craze. Would have been better with one power like all vampires. Like his photographic memory. Was going to give it a 5 except the last 30 min. Lost 2 stars. It did have a happy ending. I just think it could have been a little more happy with out all the God like powers.
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- Bryan Booth

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-01-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio