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  • Title: 2 Seconds Late
  • Author: Eric Wilson
  • ISBN: 9781613280379
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • Natalie Flynn, a minor character in One Step Away, takes the lead role After a chance encounter at a summer festival, she starts dating a suave, young politician, Reuben King Natalie has no idea Reuben is friends with some very dangerous people These friends deal in information, and knowledge is their form of gold Recent technological advances have allowed for widespreNatalie Flynn, a minor character in One Step Away, takes the lead role After a chance encounter at a summer festival, she starts dating a suave, young politician, Reuben King Natalie has no idea Reuben is friends with some very dangerous people These friends deal in information, and knowledge is their form of gold Recent technological advances have allowed for widespread use of RFID tagging radio frequency ID , and Reuben s friends are growing richer by the day To do so, though, they are endangering the lives of society s mentally and financially destitute Two Seconds Late is a tale of modern characters faced with ethical and life altering decisions Natalie, in some parallels to the biblical story of Esther, has been positioned for such a time as this, but every second counts, and already she may be too late.
    Seconds Late Natalie Flynn a minor character in One Step Away takes the lead role After a chance encounter at a summer festival she starts dating a suave young politician Reuben King Natalie has no idea Reube

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    1. Read this book Do it Do it now Whew.Now that that s somewhat out of my system, I ll tell you WHY you must read Two Seconds Late by Eric Wilson This is the second installment in the By the Numbers series, the first being One Step Away In this story, we direct our attention to Natalie Flynn, the kidnapped barista from One Step Away who ended up tutoring the Vreelands children Natalie is drawn to an attractive young politician named Reuben King who has been trying to push legislation that will perm [...]

    2. In Eric Wilson s previous book One Step Away he introduced us to Natalie Flynn She went through the horror of being kidnapped and tourtured You would think that is enough, but the battle continues in this book She finds very quickly that the terror she encountered before have not come to an end She unknowingly becomes a pawn for a company who is determined to pass a law allowing human beings to be implanted with microchips, which woild allow for every move to be tracked To Natalie this seems a g [...]

    3. Eric Wilson in his new book Two Seconds Late Book Two in the By The Numbers series published by Kingstone Publishing takes us back into the life of Natalie Flynn.From the back cover Microchips in humans Lifesaving option Or dangerous ploy Natalie Flynn has faced fears of her own Now, as she dates Rueben King, a powerful young politician, she is in position to influence his vote on a groundbreaking new bill that paves the way for the microchipping of humans What she doesn t know is that others ar [...]

    4. This book is the continuation of the pulse pounding and emotionally charged story from book one, One Step Away, in the By the Numbers series This part of the story focuses on Natalie Flynn and the important role she has to play Natalie essentially parallels the role of Esther from the Bible being raised up for such a time as this She has an important role to play in the plot of human micro chipping, but just as Esther she must choose whether or not to play this part What she discovers about hers [...]

    5. Rarely does a sequel surpass its prequel however, as good as 1 Step Away was, 2 Seconds Late does just that.Mr Wilson has ratcheted up the stakes by than one notch and on than one level in this second installment in the By The Numbers series And, if you ve had the pleasure of reading 1 Step Away, you ll agree that s saying something.The Vreeland family from 1 Step Away takes one step aside to cede center stage to Natalie Flynn, young governess to the Vreeland youngsters and stoic survivor of h [...]

    6. Eric Wilson takes readers into a suspense filled political thriller of modern technology, microchip tagging and romance in 2 Seconds Late, book two of his By the Number series Where RFID chips, implanted with radio frequency ID transmission capability, monitor the activities and whereabouts of implanted products However, this time politicians are prepared to introduce controversial bill, HB 6336 that authorizes human micro chipping.The story begins with university student, Natalie Flynn, a baris [...]

    7. By the Number series by Eric Wilson This is book two of the series and I was anxious to see if the second book would live up to the bar set by book one Not only does it reach the bar, it jumps right over it I m a fan of not just this writer but this series and can t wait for the next book in the series I love stories that reach beyond a good read and dig into my heart, making me feel so much a part of the story that I can t stop turning pages to see where it will all end It is very hard to put t [...]

    8. Microchipping humans A great and innovative way to make people safer and secure, or an ill fated scheme that could bring about turmoil reminiscent of Revelations This is a story with a truly compelling and intriguing plot that thickens as you read on Think you already know how you feel about the prospect of putting microchips in humans Read this book and see if you don t start second guessing yourself and reconsidering your stance Eric Wilson manages to turn any preconceived notions on their he [...]

    9. Good Story There are characters to love and there are characters to hate Sometimes I was not sure who the real villain was Like the first book there is a behind the scene conversation in play and it was a fun surprise to have that element revealed in the end Although this book and its predecessor are intended to be associated with the biblical characters of Job and Esther it is important to remember the the Bible is not about Us That said, I heartily recommend this for any reader who likes a goo [...]

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