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The 33, Episode 4: Pramantha [Part 4] (The 33, Season 1) [Kindle Edition]

J.C. Hutchins
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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 dangerous supernatural force, bound it to groundbreaking technology, and will soon unleash it upon the world. Only The 33 can stop Pike from realizing his terrible vision. Only they can hold the line.

John Swords III, Addison Creel, Bliss, Mad_Ana and Azael believe they're ready for the final confrontation, but they're wrong. Pike wields an arsenal of powerful magics that can do more than kill The 33 — they'll make humans an endangered species.

This "double-sized" episode concludes the epic Pramantha storyline. It's packed with action, plot twists, and a mystery that will fuel The 33's investigations in the months to come!

Inspired by episodic TV and serialized comic book stories, The 33 is a high-stakes genre mash of action, sci-fi and supernatural thriller. New episodes are released monthly.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1995 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: CANONICAL: Narrative (10 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K9UXXZU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #560,091 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome 1 Jun 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I am looking forward to the rest of the season and can not wait to see how it turns out
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic conclusion! 13 May 2014
By William M. Segulin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
“The world was a humbling place. Humbling and terrible and wondrous.”

JC Hutchins’ own words best describe my feelings when I finished Part 4.

The 33 is a monthly serial and I've listened to Parts 1 through 4 as audio, it is my preferred method for JC Hutchins stories.

Part 4 is 4 hours which is not only a great value but non stop action in the conclusion to the Pramantha story arch. This is a serial and Part 4 picks up at the cliff hanger from Part 3. This is so much more than wrap up, JC Hutchins crafted twists and turns, it’s not over until it’s over.

This is Part 4 so I’m considering anyone reading this review to at least read/listened to Part 1. Part 4 has action and I mean blockbuster summer movie ACTION. JC writes living characters you know that by now but he also writes amazing set pieces. To paraphrase, on a scale of 1 – 10 JC turns it up to 11. And yet he is always consistent with the rules of his world. At no point did I think, wait a minute, that can’t happen.

For me, the magic of the story is the protagonist, Addison Creel, the rookie of The 33. Its through his eyes and experiences we the readers are pulled through this world. Events may seem confusing at times but that by design. The story, the events, the action is a “ragged patch work quilt, stitched together after the fact.” I love that imagery.

I highly recommend The 33 for anyone enjoys sci fi, modern fantasy, living characters, and mind blowing action.
5.0 out of 5 stars Non Stop Action 12 Sep 2014
By D. Scott Roche - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I want to give this another star.

As I said in the original review, this story opens with a bang. The pace never lets up. If there's one thing Hutch is phenomenal at, it's crafting a story that take you for a wild ride. And when I say "craft" that's not hyperbole. I know Hutch and he's the kind of writer that agonizes over every detail. That shows. It does mean that he's not released as frequently as he would like, but Pramantha is a finished product. So you don't have to wait if you get this now.

The best thing about this story, in a story that seems full of "best things" for my money is the character development. Each of the characters is very unique, and they all possess a depth that's almost shocking in a thriller. It would be tempting for me as a writer to take a few short cuts or to sacrifice some development for sheer streamlining, but he doesn't do that.

The other thing that this story is chock-full of are face splitting grin moments. Whether it's a call out to a bit of pop culture or a bit of inventive dialog, I found myself smiling and nodding along.

The finale certainly lives up to all of this buildup. There's a TON of gore, violence, action, and adult language so this one's not for the kids. But if any of that appeals to you then buckle up and take this ride. I guarantee you won't be sorry.

I am as off the hook pleased about this story taken as a whole as I was by the first episode. I not only recommend that you go pick this up, I beg you to. It's purely selfish of me. I want him to keep on writing in this universe.

He's started releasing the second "adventure" in the first "season". He's taking a TV approach to this and these are his terms for them. He also released an interim story which was free to his newsletter subscribers (subscribe to his newsletter) and cheap to everyone else. You might want to pick that up first since it's a prequel of sorts to Pramntha. Regardless of listening order it's just as good, though a bit lower key.

It was imminently satisfying.
4.0 out of 5 stars With thrill a minute action and suspense JC Hutchins brings The 33 Pramantha to a wild and wonderful conclusion! 17 July 2014
By Joe Hempel - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This review is courtesy of topoftheheapreviews(dot)com

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 three heads as you talk about code-shamans, The Farm, and retconning. That is, until you buy them episodes of The 33 to enjoy.

Episode 4 of Pramantha is where it feels like this should be a summer series on SyFy. The division of the scenes, how the team communicates and the outstanding way the action builds up to the final 15 pages is very formulaic, but it’s what makes it work. It then progresses into subtly building up the next episode in this season, Needles, a two issue episode.

The science, while way far out there, actually makes a bit of sense. The hell you say?? How can someone controlling code with their mind make sense?? Well, Negative Nancy, they just came out with a camera that allows you to take pictures with your mind!

JC Hutchins actually creates situations that make it very plausible. You do have to suspend your belief for a bit, but it all comes together nicely and that’s a testament to his ability to thoroughly convey his ideas to the reader through the actions rather than lengthy descriptions.

The Bottom Line: I’ll be honest, I’ve had my reservations about this one. Episode 4 is where it’s at though. Top notch, thrill a minute action, and incredibly plausible futuristic tech bring this episode to a very exciting conclusion. You’ll spend about the price of a paperback on all 4 installments, and really, that’s like a large value meal at Wendy’s or something. Feed your mind, not your gut…..let your body turn itself inside out with this exciting climax of Pramantha!
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series 2 July 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I can't say enough good things about these books. Action packed. Always interesting. Always surprising. J.C. Hutchins could write a thousand of these and I would buy them all.
5.0 out of 5 stars Damn fine ending... 6 Jun 2014
By T. Merritt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
If you've made it this far you don;t need a review to know you need to see how this ends. And for the ones glancing at all the reviews for the different parts-- yes it's a damn fine ending. Now go buy this damn 4 part series (As this part is almost as big as all of the other 3 put together!).

I'm now WAITING for the new series to come out! Can;t get here soon enough!
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