• A Million to One

  • The Millionth Series, Book 2
  • By: Tony Faggioli
  • Narrated by: Peter Berkrot
  • Length: 11 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (401 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Some victories come at a high price.

For Kyle Fasano that price is a headlong fall into hell, a place he never really believed in. Now a living soul trapped in a land of death and terror, he desperately seeks escape, but he's about to learn that the worst place of all can be the hell that lives inside us.

Some defeats are met with shock and defiance.

For the Gray Man, the loss of his charge is more than he can take. In a million-to-one leap of faith, he goes after Kyle to try to save him, knowing full well that, as an agent of heaven, the effort is most likely suicidal. Napoleon Villa volunteers to help, and they descend into the depths to discover horrors that neither of them could have imagined.

Some wars are fought with sheer determination.

Back in the real world, Tamara Fasano and her children are hunted by demons determined to make her husband pay for his victory, while Napoleon's partner, Detective Evan Parker, is drawn into the hunt for a psychopathic serial killer who is terrorizing the small town of Beaury, California.

©2017 Tony Faggioli (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Terrible follow up

The first book of this trilogy, One in a Million, was a middle of the road crime novel with religious themes. The cliffhanger at the end encouraged me to check out A Million to One. Simply put, the follow up was terrible. Simultaneously pious and vulgar, the author’s heavy handed “come to Jesus” mission is fueled with self-indulgent jags into the pits of hell where horrific scenes are played out not to motivate the plot, but seemingly to deliver fear appeals among its readers. It is as if an ultra-evangelical Hell House (similar to haunted houses at Halloween time) was spun into a novel. The intent seems to be to send readers on a terror-filled guilt trip to repentance. The prose is peppered with language revealing the exact kind of judgementalism it claims to abhor. A man is called “an illegal,” a woman who appears to be suspicious of a police car driving slowly in her neighborhood is assumed to be a “meth head,” a detective’s line of questioning about a missing woman includes speculation that her troubled youth really took a turn when she got a small tattoo and became sexually active, another missing woman was shamed in her description for being a tease for staying a virgin.
The book has a few glimmers of interesting plot lines and twists, but never manages to pull away from its own self-righteousness long enough to tell them well.

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Scary and illuminating

If this book doesn't make you rethink some of the choices you've made, then you have no conscience. The struggle of good vs. evil is brought to a personal level.

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Great Story

This trilogy I found by accident on Audible Plus. Great story, plot and narrator. You will not be disappointed.

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Excellent

Fantastic exciting story. You can visualize everything!! I love the characters. You need to read the first book.

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Surprised

Avery well written fire and brimstone sermon. You get the points while being entertained. Bravo

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Fire hell brimstone rape…

This book was horrible! It’s book of an evil man and some sort of woman who could turn into a sorceress a man describing himself in hell and that evil man would capture women and rape them it was just horrible horrible horrible! And that was only the first few chapters…DO NOT LET THESE WORDS INVADE YOUR BRAIN! garbage in garbage out…

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Now it’s on

Only gave the first book 4 stars, that may have been a bit unfair as the characters were getting developed and introduced. The second book starts tying things together and I can’t wait to start the third book. The narrator is every bit as good as Richard Ferrone who’s one of my favorite narrators.

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This is such a good series, full of twists and turns….
A very good series only completed the second, first review I have ever written.

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worst ending ever

good book, great story....the ending was as if the writer just got sick of writing

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Do not waste your time. Bad in so many ways.

Story never developed, can’t seem to get it going at all. Narrator seems to be in a constant monotones state of over dramatic emphasis of ever word. Very bad. Also, bad language.