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The 33, Episode 4: Pramantha (The 33 #4)

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Pramantha: Part 4 is the fourth episode of THE 33: award-winning author J.C. Hutchins' innovative new monthly series.

Zebulon Pike isn't just the world's richest man —he's a powerful codeshaman, able to control computer code with his mind. He's also responsible for the most deadly act of terrorism America has ever known ... and forgotten.

The maniac has enslaved a dangerou
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Kindle Edition, 114 pages
Published May 10th 2014 by CANONICAL: Narrative
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Alex Ristea
Jul 19, 2014 Alex Ristea rated it it was amazing
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I honestly feel that all my reviews of this series will be some variation on HURRY UP AND START READING THIS YOU MUST DO IT RIGHT NOW GO GO GO GO.

(If you're not familiar with The 33, go check out the website and grab the first story. It's still the best opening scene I've read in fiction: http://jchutchins.net/the-33/)

What started off as a fun little project now has full-length novellas for each installment, and especially this one (the end of the first arc) is as pulse-pounding as any Hollywood
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Every little complaint that I had about The 33 has been resolved with this giant double sized installment. It picks up right where the jaw dropping cliffhanger left off and it doesn’t. Let. Go.

The situations that Hutchins puts these characters in are over the top, and purely insane. You don’t know which ones will come out alive, or if any of them will!

He begins making sense of every bit of confusing tech that you come across during this journey and soon you’re friends will be looking at you with
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From the About J.C. page of jchutchins.net:

J.C. Hutchins crafts transmedia narratives, screenplays and novels for such entertainment companies as A&E, Cinemax, Discovery, St. Martin’s Press, Smith & Tinker and Leviathan Games.

J.C.’s recent work includes Lead Writer & Experience Design roles on campaigns for the Cinemax espionage series Hunted, Stephen King’s Bag of Bones (a cable minis
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The 33 (6 books)
  • The 33, Episode 1: Pramantha (The 33, #1)
  • The 33, Episode 2: Pramantha (The 33, #2)
  • The 33, Episode 3: Pramantha (The 33, #3)
  • The 33, Episode 5: Needles (Part 1 of 2) (The 33, #5)
  • The 33, Episode 6: Needles (Part 2 of 2) (The 33, #6)

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