This pretty much continued the story where the previous book left off with non-stop action. It’s great in almost every way. There was one character relationship that made me feel a bit uncomfortable, but it is what it is. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
Author: David Estes
A fresh, modern take on Pinocchio, this story follows Pia as she must complete work for an unseen employer while being imprisoned and manipulated by wires attached to her body. I didn’t read the synopsis before starting this book so I had no idea what it was to be about…. Read more »
In the Moon Dwellers, a society lives underground centuries after a meteor struck the Earth. The two main characters are Adelle, a young girl imprisoned because her parents were working against the tyranical government, and Tristan, prince and son of the dictator president Nalin, and someone who has nothing in… Read more »
The Catastrophe Theory is a short story written by a number of different authors after a content/scavenger hunt called the Hunt for Tomorrow completed. I enjoyed this one… it was really fun to see the different styles and ideas each author had, and how certain authors just turned the story… Read more »
In Grip, Harrison and Benson meet the Lifers and find refuge there, while Pop Con continues to hunt them down. Meanwhile, a new slip (Destiny) shows up and puts a whole series of events into motion that brings the conflict to a whole new level. This second book was a… Read more »
Brew is an exciting, non-stop adventure in which Rhett must battle witches in a watch apocalypse. Witches existed before mankind ever did, but after mankind begins persecuting them, the witches stage an all-out massacre and kill most everyone around. Rhett happens to survive this and decides to become a witch… Read more »
Fire Country is on sale for $0.99 at Amazon through June 5. This is one of my favorite books!
The Star Dwellers will be only $0.99 from December 16-19th on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, and Google Books. This is the sequel to The Moon Dwellers, one of my favorite dystopian books. Pick up your copy using the buy links on this post next to the book cover.
Here we have the final book in the Dwellers and Country sagas. There is unrest down below, a war brewing up top, an evil dictator that needs to be taken care of, and of course the Earth Dwellers, who seem to have genocidal tendencies. What happens when you take strong,… Read more »
Whereas the first book covered the Heaters, and the second book covered the Icers, this book covers the Soakers and the Stormers. The Soakers mainly live in ships and the story follows Huck, the son of the Soaker admiral. Meanwhile, the Stormers are a tribe living on the coast and… Read more »
The third chapter in the Dwellers Series sees Tristan, Adele, and friends as they journey through the sun realm on a quest to assassinate the evil president. The pacing of this novel is excellent and there is never a dull moment. The characters continue to grow, change, and secrets are… Read more »
If you liked the Moon Dwellers, you’ll like this sequel. It is non-stop action dealing with finding Adele’s mother and joining the rebellion to overthrow the Sun Dwellers. I found the pacing very good and it really kept my interest the entire time. If there is a book I can’t… Read more »
The Moon Dwellers is an interesting read about a society living underground after an apocalypse. The main heroine Adele is falsely imprisoned by the corrupt government because of her parents. She escapes and goes on a quest to rescue her father from a different prison, and figure out why she… Read more »