Disaster: The end of the worlds Is David Gitlin’s subsequent novel The silver ball series. When the last novella is over, Cataclysm follows Jacob and Arkon after they save the planet from destruction. Like its predecessor, this novella jumps right into the story. Not long after a very brief summary, we see that Jacob and Arkon identify a body in the ocean. Upon further examination, they discover that the body is a dead woman, but Arcon has various plans and decides to revive her by occupying her body. The duo from the first novella now becomes a trio, with Amy joining Jacob and Arcon on their mission to send a signal to Anilia, Arcon’s home star, to finally get rid of the Crondorians.
No need to read The silver ball To understand this story. The author tends to just jump right into his story with enough explanation to place things and understand enough to read this story as an independent novella.
holocaust Really does not waste time and dives into a whole new mission. Although I thought the affair between Amy and Jacob needed further development, I think it was mainly due to the short length of the novels, I still enjoyed the characters overall and found them equally entertaining on their own.
This story pushes readers into the middle of a science fiction adventure, which is one of the reasons I love novels, but the writer seems to understand that there is no room for fluff and keeps prose and action sharp as we cross the obstacle. This exciting story. I was pleasantly surprised to also find some humor shining through the moments throughout the story.
The previous novel left me wanting more because it was such a brief glimpse into so many possibilities, holocaust Left me wanting more because of the plot twist at the end. I’m not sure if it’s because of David Gitlin’s sweeping writing or the fascinating plot but these stories just beg to be told in a much larger novel. I can’t wait to see where this story goes and get more of this exciting story in the sequel novel.
Pages: 82 | ASIN: B09H3PZ65F