[Ebook] The Journeyman (The Commons, #1) By Michael Alan Peck – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Journeyman (The Commons, #1) KINDLE The Journeyman The Commons, 1 Michael Alan Peck Varunahuja.live Paul Reid Died In The Snow At Seventeen The Day Of His Death, He Told A Lie And For The Rest Of His Life, He Wondered If That Was What Killed Him And So Begins The Battle For The Afterlife, Known As The Commons It S Been Taken Over By A Corporate Raider Who Uses The Energy Of Its Souls To Maintain His Brutal Control The Result Is An Imaginary Landscape Of A Broken America Stuck In Time And Overrun By The Heroes, Monsters, Dreams, And Nightmares Of The Imprisoned Dead Three People Board A Bus To Nowhere A New York Street Kid, An Iraq War Veteran, And Her Five Year Old Special Needs Son After A Horrific Accident, They Are The Last, Best Hope For The Commons To Free Itself Along For The Ride Are A Shotgun Toting Goth Girl, A Six Foot Six Mummy, A Mute Shaolin Monk With Anger Management Issues, And The Only Guide Left To Lead Them.Three Journeys Separate But Joined One Mission To Save Forever But First They Have To Save Themselves.


10 thoughts on “The Journeyman (The Commons, #1)

  1. says:

    Paul Reid died in the snow at seventeen The day of his death, he told a lie and for the rest of his life, he wondered if that was what killed him An absolutely riveting beginning for a very enjoyable story I ve procrastinated forever on this review, prompting me to re resolve to review a bo


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    Check out my blog to see Reviews of Book and Movies, and check out some Recipes The Journeyman is Book one of the Commons series and is a very fascination novel in idea The story revolves around a troubled teen named Paul, and the beginning of the book is built around him getting onto a bus to head a


  3. says:

    I don t really know what to say after finishing The Journeyman my mind is still whirring around putting things together, rehashing scenes from the start that held hidden meanings that only revealed themselves after you ve finished the book My first thought was around how instantly engaging and interesting the


  4. says:

    Imaginative Twilight Zone ish Adventure So many times while reading I had the anticipatory, edge of my seat, off kilter, dreamlike feeling and I loved it Street kid Paul ends up in a snowy bus accident and wakes up in the strangest afterlife ever In this afterlife, things are not how they should be weird as that baselin


  5. says:

    Wow, i just finished reading the most amazing novel,The Commons Book one Journeyman written by Micheal Alan Peck I was given this book in exchange for an honest review I will be brutally honest, I loved it Micheal is a true artist going from penning a column for TVGuide.com and writing restaurant reviews it amazes me how naturall


  6. says:

    I can see why Michael Alan Peck s The Journeyman was chosen as the winner of the Illinois Library Association s 2015 Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Project The writing is crisp, clean and powerful The story is an imaginative m lange of fantasy, magical realism and thriller The characters are well developed They re in an after world buil


  7. says:

    Hmmm For some reason, the concept of finite plot lines pushes its way to the front of my memory every so many years I dont know when I first learned of the concept..high school..college..both I rememberthan one discussion about there being only seven plot lines and another about there being twelve I remember these memories every so often because I d


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    Michael Alan PeckPublishing Date June 2014ISBN 9780986082313Genre FantasyRating 4.9 5Publisher Description Paul Reid died in the snow at seventeen The day of his death, he told a lie and for the rest of his life, he wondered if that was what killed him And so begins the battle for the afterlife, known as The Commons It s been taken over by a corporate raider


  9. says:

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review Let me start by staying, this book started brilliantly The plot, the character development and descriptions were so well developed I felt like I actually knew them all personally Then I got about halfway through and I just sort of lost interest It all just got so far fetched and disjointedly complex tha...


  10. says:

    I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.First and foremost, I loved this book I found it to be incredibly creative, well plotted, and interesting, and it held my attention from the get go The prose was polished, and the author has an amazing gift for writing that leaves me wanting to readandandI could see this book as a movie, perhaps along the lines of What Dre


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