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Fresh off their successful quest to thwart not one, but two diabolical plots to destroy the world, jaded reporter Christine Temetri and rough cherub Mercury find that mysterious powers outranking even the Heavenly bureaucracy seem intent on keeping the Apocalypse on track. Mercury Rises continues author Robert Kroese’s tale of the heroic cherub Mercury, who is generally well-intentioned, rarely well-behaved, and always well-armed with a droll remark. While the world is plagued by natural disasters and nations prepare for war, crazed billionaire Horace Finch plots to use a secret device hidden beneath the African desert to discover the deepest secrets of the Universe - even if he has to destroy the Universe to do it.
Meanwhile, unassuming FBI investigator Jacob Slater tries to find a rational explanation for the mysterious destruction of downtown Anaheim - a quest that ultimately brings him face to face with the unhinged Horace Finch. Together, Christine, Jacob, and Mercury must stop Finch from activating the device and tearing reality to pieces. Kroese’s rapid-fire sense of humor and razor-sharp wit keep Mercury Rises moving at breakneck speed, hurtling toward a climax that is as funny as it is satisfying.
©2011 Robert Kroese (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Tatia on 06-19-16

A humorous distraction, I enjoyed it very much!

it's just rather entertaining I'm not sure if I can find 20 words that completely could describe it.
other than enjoyable, fun, funny, & I had to replay parts to completely absorb some of the elements. I was looking for a humorous distraction and I found it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By J. Thompson on 01-27-16

worth the follow through

the story falls a little short of the first and it leaves a little early in favor of the third, but it is enjoyable and Still well makes it a pleasant past time.

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