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  • Paperback: 328 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2 April 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 149759040X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1497590403
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.1 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 656,448 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A good read, I had difficulty in putting it down.I liked the idea of nano robots taking over a person, it does again, as in all good science fiction ask questions about where humanity is going and whether we, even now are sowing the seeds of our own destruction.
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Pretty bad, but I didn't hate it so 2/5, I have no idea how it managed to get so many 5 star reviews, except that reading the reviews it really does sound like they were reading a different book, especially those thanking the author for a 'review copy'.

This book started with promise, but then looses it's way with space pirates that appear and disappear, an infamous criminal that no-ones heard of, a lowly drug dealer that's a leader of men and that's just the first couple of chapters. I'd love to know the thought behind an unarmed naked woman suffering from muscle anthropy slaughtering groups of armed criminals even though she has no training or experience - beginners luck? There's a scene in the middle where someone fills us in on the 'baddies' backstory, even though there's no possible way they could know any of it.

The bad fiction isn't helped by the really bad science; some of the most advanced technology in the future has some really obvious flaws and the laws of physics are treated more as a guide.
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After the brilliant Ethan Warner series I was worried I would not enjoy the Atlantia series as much. However was hooked from the very beginning. The descriptive writing style takes you aboard the Atlantia, a colonial prison ship which escaped Armageddon on it's planet Ethera. The story follows the fight to stay alive amid other species and once started is impossible to put down!
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I just want to show my support for this author. Currently I have all 15 books and have read 13 of them. There are another 4 on their way, God help me. I will buy them all and I will enjoy them all as I have the 13 so far. Think you can see the rather transparent plot? Pretty obvious what will happen next? Not with this guy, he's got a great imagination; works for me anyway. Where he finds his time to write so much is beyond me but Im very glad that he does. Hollywood is coming! Sorry this is not a helpful review for the individual book but Im behind on reviews too. I will try to review just after I finish a book in future. Enjoy!
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One is totally immersed in the tale and feels part of the action, the story telling is brilliant with never a moment to return to reality as one is taken page by exciting page on this voyage to the future.
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Having read the authors Ethan Warner tales, I had high hopes for this one. He certainly hasn't disappointed! Love the lead characters, and love the way the story ties in with a certain other famous book. Very clever! Looking forward to more from this range.
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At the time of purchase I was taken in by all the 5 star reviews. I have now noticed that they all say they were given a free copy, so probably friends of the writer or publisher. I am writing this review because I feel I have been conned by these reviews.

This book fails on both the fiction and the science. On the fiction side, people react to events in a way no reasonable person would, e.g. the captain of a warship hands control of his ship to civilian passengers without much of an argument when they confront him on the bridge, whilst armed marines who are present go along with the takeover only in order to watch on the new bosses. There are many more examples of this. Practically every character in the book behaves like a complete imbecile.

The science is even worse. A ship falls from orbit, breaking and burning up in the atmosphere with metal melting as it should, only to crash to the ground at presumably very high speed, however, the passengers on board who only appear to be crouching down with their hands over their heads, all walk away uninjured. A ship accelerate in orbit with centrifugal force (sic). A one point a "fusion core" is picked up and re-orientated by a single person, who has no difficulty as it's in space so its weightless The author does not appear to have heard of inertia. Weightlessness is overcome on board ship by charging the decks with a positive electrical charge and the crews clothes and boots with a negative electrical charge so they attract. How they live as giant highly charged capacitors without ionising parts of their bodies and without accidental discharge each time they touch the deck is never explained. This is just a start, the entire book appears to be scientifically illiterate.
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Firstly like I'd like to thank Dean Crawford for allowing me to have an advanced copy of his first science fiction novel. Having read all of the Ethan Warner series, I was intrigued to read something a little different. As with Dean's other titles you are in the mix straight away and you follow Evelyn as a survivor and her fight for survival against mounting odds. The story flows very well and it is very difficult to put down. There are times that are heart warming and others when you are thinking, 'no, don't let that happen'. The links in time really help add a new dimension to this, but you'll have to read it to find out why. This is definitely a series that will be well worth reading and I can't wait for the next instalment.
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