Chronicles of NickChronicles of Nick (Volume 5)
Sherrilyn Kenyon, read by Holter Graham
Be careful what you wish for . . . You just might get it. Nick Gautier is tired of his destiny. He doesn't want to be the son of a demon who's fated to end the world. Nor does he want to see another demon or other preternatural creature who wants to kill or enslave him. He just wants to be normal and have normal problems like everyone else.
But normality isn't all it's cracked up to be. When he gets sucked into an alternate reality where his mother has married his mentor and his Atlantean god best friend has become a human geek, he begins to understand that no life is free of pain, and that every person has a specific place in the universe . . . Even the son of a hated demon. Most of all, he sees that his powers aren't the curse he thought they were, and that the world needs a champion, especially one its enemies can't imagine rising up to defend the ones he should destroy.
Old enemies and new friends square off for a major battle that will either restore Nick to his real world, or end him forever in #1 bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon's fifth novel in The Chronicles of Nick series, Illusion.
"Nick? Boo? Get up. You're going to be late for school."
Groaning in fear of what he might find this time, Nick opened his eyes to see the navy blue curtains his mom had bought him last year when they moved into their...
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Praise for Illusion
“Narrator Graham's voicings are colorful and are well tuned to the particular characters they represent. With deliberation and emphasis, Graham's raspy voice can turn up the story's tension several notches in a mere sentence.” —Publishers Weekly
“The action-packed story moves along quickly, and Graham's narration matches its pace. This chronicle is a great mix of humor and sadness that comes alive though the audio performance.” —Booklist