March Into Hell

March Into Hell Mark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found in an Afghanistan bazaar gives him than great photos It triggers dreams of disasters Tragedies that happ

  • Title: March Into Hell
  • Author: M.P. McDonald
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found in an Afghanistan bazaar gives him than great photos It triggers dreams of disasters Tragedies that happen exactly as he envisions them He learns that not only can he see the future, he can change it His life takes a dark turn when his heroism becomes the subject of a nMark Taylor discovers first hand that no good deed goes unpunished when the old camera he found in an Afghanistan bazaar gives him than great photos It triggers dreams of disasters Tragedies that happen exactly as he envisions them He learns that not only can he see the future, he can change it His life takes a dark turn when his heroism becomes the subject of a newspaper article The media attention and a harrowing encounter while saving a young woman, puts him in the sights of the ruthless cult leader who covets the secret to Mark s power.Uncomfortable in the public spotlight, Mark suspects he s being tested by the force behind the camera s prophetic magic Battling his own self doubt, he must maintain the secret or risk certain death.

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    1. I enjoyed book two of this series, but not as much as book one. In book 2, we find Mark at odds with a cult after his future showing camera and saving lives gets him media attention, with many people thinking he is the second coming since he saves so many lives. I enjoyed that aspect and the brutality the character had to endure, much like Jesus did, and found the comparisons of Mark and Jesus interesting to read. As usual the other characters, Jessie, Jim and now Lily, were fun to learn more ab [...]

    2. Another great read!!!I have to admit that I enjoy this series featuring Mark Taylor. M.P. McDonald has become one of my favorite authors. This one turns out to seriously cause Mark some problems. He doesn't like being in the limelight and that's exactly what happens when a journalist writes a story about him that grabs the attention of a cult. I recommend this one also.

    3. I just really like Mark Taylor. Again, I found myself feeling a little/lot sick for him as he endured his tortures. Seriously how much can one man take? I was a little annoyed that Jess couldn't hack it in the beginning, and that it takes him almost dying for her to stop being selfish. Did I mention that I really just like Mark Taylor?

    4. This series is clever, original, and fast paced. Book 2 continued with the same quality, so readers would not be disappointed. Highly recommend this book -- but start with book 1 and run straight through the series!

    5. Really enjoying Mark TaylorI am really enjoying the Mark Taylor series. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John all on the same page. looking forward to the tidbits in the next installment.

    6. It wasn't that long ago that I read Book One in the series, No Good Deed, which I had really enjoyed. Therefore I was pleased I didn't have to wait too long for the next installment. As a brief precis Mark Taylor is a photographer who owns a camera, purchased in Afghanistan, which provides him with pictures of tragedies, followed by detailed dreams that mean if he intervenes in time he can stop them happening.In this book we find Mark has been able to start over after the life changing events of [...]

    7. As a book series progresses you’ll ideally get to know the main characters a little better; hopefully watch them grow and learn. During "No Good Deed," Mark was mostly on his own. His powers were secret from most and not totally believed by the few who were aware. In "March into Hell," Mark gets a needed support team (whether he realizes he needs it or even wants it). However, he struggles with his inclination to do what he believes is right while being uncomfortable with the attention he rece [...]

    8. "March into Hell" is the second book in the Mark Taylor thriller series. The stories tells of Mark Taylor who discovers a mysterious future-telling camera on the streets of Afghanistan. The camera only has the ability to depict tragic and death related events, compelling Mark to intervene in dangerous situations to stop tragedy from happening. Years have passed since Mark was interrogated as a U.S enemy combatant after the CIA's suspicion of him being involved in the 9/11 terrorist attack. Now M [...]

    9. This is a Great Second Book!I could not imagine having the responsibility that landed on Mark's shoulders when he discovered the camera that produced pictures of the future. Mark is tortured by the fact that he couldn't save everyone. He felt as though he was a failure when he couldn't even save himself from the torture that the satanist, Adrian Kern, put him through.The second installment of the Mark Taylor Series is an exciting read. We see more of Mark as he takes pictures with the camera and [...]

    10. I was thrilled to be given an advance copy of March into Hell to read. Book two of the Mark Taylor Series does not disappoint. Just when Mark appears to have gotten his life back and slipped into a quiet routine the camera sends him a new dream that catapults him into a series of events that will shake him to the core.Mary McDonald has a real talent of drawing the reader into the story. It is hard not to feel what Mark is going through. His pain, both physical and mental, is disturbingly believa [...]

    11. An excellent sequelThis book was #2 in the Mark Taylor series. Mark is still using his camera and prophetic dreams to save people but still doesn't understand where the ability is coming from. Coming to the attention of the news services, Mark's life is endangered when the leader of a cult decides to use Mark as a recruiting symbolThis book shows Mark having doubts about the lifestyle he's leading. On the one hand he is glad to save the people he can and horrified when he can't get there fast en [...]

    12. After the torture porn of the first novel, it didn't seem like protagonist Mark Taylor could take much more punishment. Surprise! At least all the damage dealt to Mark seemed realistic and his recovery was appropriate. Introducing a psychiatrist as someone Mark has helped was a nice touch since he clearly needs more help than his cop and CIA friend can give. I liked the "upgrades" Mark and crew got from the camera and I'm looking forward to seeing what's next for our intrepid photographer.

    13. Mark Taylor has been blessed, or maybe cursed, with a camera that helps him see into the future. Unfortunately, he only sees the bad stuff. It is up to him to try to change it. In March Into Hell, Mark is up against a religious cult which sees him as both an obstacle and opportunity. In my opinion this book wasn't as good as the first. It's well written, but the plot didn't pull me in as much as book one. I'm still looking forward to reading book three.

    14. Mark Taylor continues his journey with the strange camera that predicts the future in this, the second of the series. I found it to be as enthralling as the first, and immediately downloaded the third book! I enjoy the method of writing, as it allows me to feel what the characters feel. It is one of those books that you look forward to picking up again and again.

    15. This has become a favorite series for me. There are some very emotional issues in this one. I liked that while plot and pacing continued to be fantastic, Mark, Jim and other characters really were introspective about why the camera works and basically about life and fate and God. It was an interesting added dimension appropriate to the story dealing with the cult, but not taking over the action.

    16. Mark Taylor number 2This one was slow to start but when it did it got better quickly. I wish Mark weren't such a sensitive grump. His constant embarrassment about things out of his control drives me a bit crazy! This one wasn't as good as the first but I will continue to read the series.

    17. RemarkableOnce again a page turner. Great read and can't wait to read the third book of the series. This book had a lot more action and more danger. After this I would think he would put the camera up for sale. It's just too much responsibility to handle.

    18. MARCH INTO HELLI enjoyed the first Mark Taylor book, No Good Deed, but this one- not so much. I like the main characters-Mark, Jesse, Jim and Lily- but I did not like the Satanic storyline. I will read the next book in the series.

    19. Mark can't get a breakLife was starting to go right,then relationship problem and his good deeds are made public. A cult is drawn to Mark and then his life turns to hell. Can he survive intact read and be engrossed.

    20. This book is aptly named. While I wasn't sure what other horrors Mark Taylor could possibly experience after the first installment, the author pulled no punches. I'm almost afraid to see what happen to Mark in the next installment.

    21. Nice sequel to the first book. Mark Taylor is developing as a character. An easy read and easy to pick up during your commute.

    22. Fantastic. I usually do not like series but I'm in love with TaylorIt just is one of those books that things just keep happening. It keeps you not want to put down

    23. I was hoping this book was as good as the first. I'm not sure it was. The story didn't flow as well. And honestly, the torture is just too much. I haven't decided it I will read the next book.

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