Mar 16, 2010 So after tearing through The 4400: Welcome to Promise City, I thought I had a pretty good idea of what to expect from Promises Broken. I was still a little shaken, however; after Greg Cox's characterrich Welcome to Promise City, David Mack's archeavy followup feels a little jarring.
Sep 28, 2009 Re: Greg Cox's Welcome to Promise City ( a 4400 novel) A good summary of the book you likely should have put a spoiler tag in your thread's title though. Promises Broken is the fourth book based on the series and the second set after the end of the show.
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Is this what the future Free shipping over 10. Welcome to Promise City by Greg Cox (8 Nov 2010, Promises Broken by David Mack (1 Aug 2012, It is my understanding that" Welcome to Promise City" is the one that answers your question(s) about the nonexistent Season 5. Promises Broken, by David Mack, is the fourth book based on the series and the second set after the end of the show.
It concludes most of the saga of the 4400, but it too ends on a cliffhanger. It concludes most of the saga of the 4400, but it too ends on a cliffhanger. If you enjoyed the 4400 series on fx, then the twobook series (Promise City ad Promises Broken) provide a nice visit back to that world, a strong closure for the story lines at the end of the TV series, and the same fastpaced action and scifi idea exploration that made the TV series fun.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for 4400: Promises Broken at Amazon. com. Read honest and unbiased I did have one qualm about this second book, but otherwise it's pretty good reading. In other words, it pretty much brings the 4400 series to the satisfactory conclusion that wasn't previously possible due to the untimely