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Sins of the Father: A Novel of the Lost Tribe

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Sins of the Father is the sequel to The Lost Tribe. Mick is in big trouble. His friends don't trust him, his enemies are growing stronger, and a threat from the past has come back to destroy everything Mick has sworn to protect. Sent on a mission by the creator of all the worlds, a powerful entity called Father, Mick must do battle against the forces of both destruction ...more
ebook, 1st, 332 pages
Published August 14th 2013 by Createspace
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Aug 12, 2016 Bruce rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I rate this as four stars.

This book is the second by Peter Ivey in the series. It won't make a lot of sense if you don't read the first book, as it expounds on the previous adventures of Mick and his friends. In the first book, the story is told from Mick's point of view. This one has two and sometimes more narrators. You have to pay attention to the insignia at the beginning of each chapter to know who is telling the story. At fi
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I grew up in Port Dover, Ontario, and was educated at York University before choosing a career in teaching. Most of my time these days is spent with my wife Alisha, and an ever-growing library of excellent books that have become my best friends around the witching hour.

I find if I continue this thing, it'll start to sound like some kind of dating service, so I'm just going to finish by saying tha
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