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(The Project Collusion #2)

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Three years after “the outbreak,” Hunter is part of a dwindling crew stuck at sea. Until he is assigned to a small mission to restore their supply pipeline. Once ashore, the mission goes sideways. Fear of the virus that wiped out the global population, roaming packs of survivors, and an ominous Reaper rattle Hunter’s grip on reality.

What really happened to the world and h
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Published September 15th 2020 by MK Williams Publishing
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M.K. Williams
Aug 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Wow! I can’t believe this book is finally done. When I finished Nailbiters I really felt that it was a complete book and that the story was done. But not too long after the book was released I started to get some ideas for this character who was wandering in the woods. It took me a little bit to realize that character was Hunter, the man we follow throughout Architects. I’m so excited to bring fans of Nailbiters a book that will answer their long-standing questions.

I recorded the cover reveal an
Mel Dorion
Sep 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
After loving The Project Collusion Series’ first book Nailbiters, I was really eager to jump into this one and let me tell you that it did not disappoint! I found myself reading late into the middle of the night as I just wanted to uncover one mystery after the next. The author smoothly opens up the crazy world we have come to know through a completely different set of eyes and circumstances.

Reading it through the pandemic was quite an experience as it made me reflect on the current state of th
Josh Overmyer
Sep 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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This book did an awesome job explaining how so much of the mayhem from the first book (Nailbiters) came to pass. Do-gooder scientists, setting out to save the world from serious problems, get their inventions bastardized by an evil corporate conglomerate with super-close military ties, then all hell broke loose. Individually, and if used as intended, the devices would be helpful to humanity, and then they get weaponized against us.
I knew this was a sequel, of sorts, but it doesn't follow the mai
Nora Gecan
Sep 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I had so many how what where when why questions after reading Nailbiters and it was so satisfying to get some answers in Architects! Architects paints a keen psychological portrait of how we react to unfathomable truths, and asks the question - once we know the truth behind the curtain, what do we do about it? Despite I being a bird's eye view of the previous book's events in some ways, it also contains its own unique mysteries, characters, and themes. Even with some answers in hand after readin ...more
Aug 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed Nailbiters and always wanted to better understand the back story of how things escalated so quickly. There were so many areas still waiting to be explored. Architects takes you back into the Nailbiters universe, and lets you see events unfold from a completely new perspective, and it is utterly terrifying. Fast paced, dark, and twisted, Architects answered many of my lingering questions, while simultaneously weaving a web of mystery that may take a few more novels to fully untan ...more
Oct 05, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Omg this book was super entertaining throughout the entire story. It tied perfectly in to the first book in the series (Nailbiters). I was on the edge of my seat toward the end and the ending did not disappoint. I highly recommend this intense, nailbiting-causing (pun intended) book.
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"Adventure for those who love to read. Ambition for those who love to write."

MK Williams writes suspenseful literary fiction and sci-fi adventure for the contemporary reader. Her body of work is comprised of three novels, two self-publishing guides, a budgeting and planning workbook, and a collection of short stories.

Her first novel, Nailbiters, is an apocalyptic science-fiction thriller that has

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