Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1)

↠ Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1)☆ By ☆ S.K. Newton womens rights – passionbusiness.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 425 pages
  • Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1)
  • S.K. Newton
  • English
  • 15 May 2017

About the Author: S.K. Newton

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Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1) Everything is connected It is the year 11,012 AD The world is powered by Luminum, an incredible and exotic particle, generated by the Sun It is the source of the Link, a universal quantum communications system The entire human race has one unified government, known as The Alliance After cataclysmic attacks on all major settlements in the Solar System, most of the human population is dead or missing As their world collapses, Helia, Adlan and Soren, are flung into a millennia long conspiracy Helia learns a powerful and dangerous secret about Luminum, and the Link that has been encoded in her very genes A secret that has her marked for death by the Alliance Adlan finds himself fighting for his life on an icy outpost beneath Europa As he tries to uncover the lies of the Alliance, and what really happened in the attacks, he begins to doubt his own intentions and sanity Soren is trapped on the Lunar Settlement, and forced to trust a secretive, enigmatic man named Riss because he keeps saving her life Ominous signs start to emerge that they face a much darker, and terrible threat Known only as the Architects, they seek to enslave or destroy any who remain A war will soon begin, but only if Helia, Adlan and Soren, decide to fight it Faced with the choice between living forever with the ones they love, and fighting powerful and unknown forces, the three of them, linked by a destiny greater than they ever imagined, will chart a course that determines the future of the human race. Best Read Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1) [ author ] S.K. Newton [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Linked (The Sun, The Sparrow, The Shadow, #1)

  1. Rachel says:

    Building a whole world, in a far future which is drastically different from the present, is a big challenge, easy to flop There s so much information to give the reader instantaneously Newton deftly avoids the common mistake of beginning with a lot of explanation by jumping right into the story, which is a strategy that has its own pitfalls As the book opened, I wasn t sure it was working what is a Dyarc What is Luminum , but I quickly figured out enough to get through, and got caught up i Building a whole world, in a...

  2. Chief Sweetums says:

    This is a truly fantastic Sci Fi novel about a very unique world I really respect this author for creating such a detailed universe that could really be turned into a movie or tv series some day There s nothing like it and those types of books are what draw me in All the characters have very cool and creative names and the places described are so unique and different that you will turn every page hungry fordetails and not want to put the book down This apocalyptic read is packed with This is a truly fantastic Sci Fi novel about a very unique world I really respect this author for creating such a detailed universe that could really be turned into a movie or tv series some day There s nothing like it and those types of books are what draw me in All the characters have very cool and creative names and the places described are so unique and different that you will turn every page hungry fordetails and not want to put the book down This apocalyptic read is packed with action I know the genre has been done time and time again, but this is truly un...

  3. Juli Manz says:

    Five star story Horrible edtingI cried for the love story of Soren and Riss There is strong character and plot development That isn t the problem with this book at all There is a great quote about pain, taken from Soren s time on the moon, that I shared on several social sites, which I appreciated since I live with chronic pain I really enjoyed a lot about this book However, missing words, improper punctuation, diction, and other editing issues are prevalent Did anyone actually read this ...

  4. Val Serio says:

    I think I d give this an 7 out of 10 on writing, but five stars for the story With a littlepolishing, and better editing, this is an instant best seller I don t read a lot of deep time sci fi, but the blurb sounded interesting and it was free so I took the plunge With free books, I don t often go past the first chapter or two, but this sucked me in It s a book where nothing is as it seemsand even the characters aren t who you think they are It seems like almost everyone is hiding s I think I d give this an 7 out of 10 on writing, but five stars for the story With a littlepolishing, and better editing, this is an instant best seller I don t read a lot of deep time sci fi, but the blurb sounded interesting and it was free so I took the plunge With free books, I don t often go past the first chapter or two, but this sucked me in It s a book where nothing is as it seemsand even the characters aren t who you think they are It seems like almost everyone is hiding something, and story builds and builds towards this incredible explosion of tension and chaos It s written less in the style of typical YA sci fi, andlike a suspenseful thriller each chapter ending is a massive cliffie.I love that the story doesn t start X time after apocalyptic disaster like most dystopia post apoc , it s right in the thick of it, with all the messiness, grittiness, madness and despair It s a world solar system gone mad and things only get crazier andunbel...

  5. Jolene Tucker says:

    I m usually not a fan of sci fi or speculative fiction but I m glad I gave this book a chance The characters are well rounded and thought out, making you laugh one moment and then angry the next The multitude of perspectives are easy to switch between even though they aren t clearly marked and it adds multifaceted views of the story s central plot The plot is wonderful, layering together story, character, and subtext to create a world that is vivid and interesting with characters you can t ge I m usually not a fan of sci fi or speculative f...

  6. Marcin Walka says:

    At first I never intended to buy a new book for I haven t finished reading other books that I have purchased previously I was just browsing inand the first thing that caught my attention was the blue image or graphic design at the center of the book cover.haha..Then, I got curious saw that it s written by s.k newton Seems interesting for me, purchased it and now I m starting to read it and loving every line of the story I never thought that I will be satisfied with this book I highl At first I never intended to buy a new book for I haven t finished reading other books that I have purchased previously I was just browsing inand the first thing that caught my attention was the blue image or graphi...

  7. Travesty says:

    I don t usually read science fiction, but my friend gave me a heads up about this book so I decided to give it a go I am glad I did It s very well written, clear and concise, and an interesting plot to boot I really enjoyed reading from the teenager s perspectives, it seemed relatable and muchfun and easier to read than some of the other sci fi books I ve tried ...

  8. Austin Quinn says:

    Excellent read Newton delivers in fine fashion with this thoughtful and inquisitive science fiction thriller From the first few pages on a was drawn in I found it very hard to stop reading and ended up...

  9. Becky says:

    There is a lot to love here, with three very different, yet engaging protagonists, a well executed plot, and a vivid writing style However, this book is in dire need of a copy editor missing words, heterograph mixups it s its abounded , and the occasional typo were just too distract...

  10. Velvetink says:

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