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- Print Length: 344 pages
- Publisher: Summertime Publications Inc (November 28, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 28, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006I2870E
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #467,150 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 2 of 4 in Eden Paradox (4 Book Series)
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But while writing is fun, getting published is tough and has been a hard road. Still, I have four books out there now, and I'm already working on the next two. I love science fiction, and will never stop loving it, because a world where we can't dream and explore is not one I want to live in.
Top Customer Reviews
A great trilogy by a new author.
No doubt this 2nd book in the trilogy would work as a stand-alone read, but why rob yourself of the entertainment factor and compelling portrayal of the key players in the earlier volume? Whilst many sequels disappoint, this one builds character enrichment. All our favourites are developed Sandy (I didn't warm to her initial judgemental temperament), Micah (pathetic geek or understated hero-in-the-making?), Blake, Zack, Pierre, Kat, Antonia, Vince (do we like him or not?), Louise (vile women could she possibly have ANY redeeming features), Jennifer, Dimitri, Rashid and the dreadful self-obsessed megalomaniac chain-smoking-man (shades of X Files here) Shakirvasta.
Surely the Alicians, with their Q-Roth alliance and enhanced genetic patterning are invincible, or should I say `inlouisable'? However, we meet a new race, the Osirions (can't check spelling here, having finished the book my husband has commandeered my Kindle so he can read it), the complexities of the Hohash are progressed and we start to comprehend the bigger picture of the galactic hierarchy. A plethora of personal agendas concealed underneath the declared political manifestos, just like real life.
To say much more would give too much away, suffice to say, read it yourself. Oh yes, it's only out on Kindle, you might have to invest in one ...
This book continues the excellent start the The Eden Paradox began. This second book in the trilogy surges forward at break neck speed and continues the battles within its own ranks and that of the extraterrestrials.
I am not sure who are worse. The next gen humans or the aliens. Death continues to elude Louise a second time and her slide into the dark side of human nature continues unabated.
The number of heroes and heroines continue to grow and fall by the wayside but for some reason it all comes together in my head and I am not left floundering as to who did what, to whom and when.
The ending here was a little predicable but I was left with an anticipation for the final installment.
Please don't leave me in suspense too long. I need closure. Peter Eerden.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kept me up all night. Can't wait to finish the sequel. You never know what to expect. Great suspense. Must readPublished 1 month ago by Taofik
Carrying right on from the excellent Eden Paradox this second book in the series delivered everything that I hoped it would. Read morePublished 7 months ago by TFLReader
Continuation of the story. Keeps your nose in the book all the time so to speak. Makes you realise how small we really could be.Published 21 months ago by Stefan
I enjoyed this book, though at times I couldn't even picture the things being described. The imagination of what might be out in space is amazing. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by Linda S
This is a really complex Sci-Fi story as human suvivors flee to an unknown planet after Earth has been destroyed. Read morePublished on March 14, 2013 by WC
This was my favorite read of 2012.
Great characterization! Really made me root for the good guys. This novel is even better than the first one. Read more
Wonderful story with excellent plot and character development. Author clearly up there with Clarke and Asimov. I can't wait for the third book on the series.Published on January 27, 2013 by Anthony Price
At first, as focus changed from our point of view (earthlings) outward toward a galactic point of view, I didn't think I would like the change. But I grew to like it quite a bit. Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Larry Smith
I read Asimov foundation series almost 20 years ago. As I was reading this book, I was struck by the richness and imagination employed by the author. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by SWW
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