Jubilee Year (Erelong, #1)

Jubilee Year (Erelong, #1) Alternate Cover Edition For B013ANZ508 For Fans Of A G Riddle, Scott Sigler, And Ray Bradbury.Bored With Life As A Farm Hand, Storm Accepts A Request From A Local Astronomer To Deliver A Message Little Does He Know His World Will Be Blown Apart When He Reaches Canberra Intercepted Then Befriended By A Strange Giant Of A Man Ensconced Under The Nation S Government Buildings, He Learns An Awful Truth The World Has Months Before It Falls Under The Magnetic Pull Of The Dark Star, The Invisible Binary Twin Of The Sun.Storm Is Told A Pole Shift Is About To Change The Face Of The Planet The Powerful Elites Know This And Plan To Benefit From The Knowledge They Hide From The Rest Of The World To Survive The Coming Catastrophe, Storm, His Family And His Friends Must Negotiate The Increasingly Brutal Security Forces And The Assassin Teams Acting For The Elites They Know Survival May Be Possible, So Long As They Are Ready To FightAdvanced Technologies Hide The Intruder From Space Until The Elites Are Safe In Their Sanctuaries They Use Distractions And Chaos In An Attempt To Control The Growing Unrest, Triggering Global Conflict And Economic Collapse The World Storm Once Knew Would Never Be The Same Again, But He Is Already Adapting And Changing Upon going into this book, I had checked out a few reviews to see if I would end up liking this book Most of the reviews were very positive, so I was excited to get into it I love space I love any kind of book or and story relating to astronomy and that kind of science I was however disappointed a bit in this book and this plot.To start, I m not sure very much editing went into this novel On nearly every page I found an editing mistake Whether it was the wrong use of a word like their, th Upon going into this book, I had checked
Jubilee Year is a solid sci fi dystopian read with an interesting premise and plenty of mystery and suspense to keep the reader engaged.This is a well written debut novel with a focus on family, friendship, young love, and government conspiracy and control I really enjoyed the Australian setting and it was a refreshing change from the norm World building is credible This book focuses on the unsettling climate change and the reasons behind it Yes, there is political intrigue and a controlling Jubilee Year is a solid sci fi dystopian read with an interesting premise and plenty of mystery and suspense to keep the reader engaged.This is a well written debut novel with a focus on family, friendship, young love, and government conspiracy and control I really enjoyed the Australian setting and it was a refreshing change from the norm World building is credible This book focuses on the unsettling climate change and the reasons behind it Yes, there is political intrigue and a controlling government keeping citizens in the dark, which is common enough within the genre, but I still found it a very interesting read.Storm is a strong, decent male lead In the main, character development is solidly built throughout the novel, and it was easy to love or hate or certainly feel strong emo
You ll never believe what they re hiding 4.5 out of 5 stars A jubilee can be understood as a re creation, orsimply as a new beginning or reset We are now once again about to begin a jubilee year Gerard O Neill from the Author s Note Jubilee Year is a novel about friends, and family, and figuring out the biggest secret the government has kept from its citizens for too long.Jubilee Year is a character driven story that is a roller coaster from beginning to end You really aren t su You ll never believe what they re hiding 4.5 out of 5 stars A jubilee can be understood as a re creation, orsimply as a new beginning or reset We are now once again about to begin a jubilee year
Physicist Dr Claudia Albers and the Niburu theory are the basis for this SF book, which is long drawn out before the apocalypse arrives The theory is that a wandering dim star or planet passes through the plane of the ecliptic at an angle every several thousand years, disturbing orbits and drawing comets as it does Maybe the meteor that killed off the dinosaurs was perturbed in this way I didn t spot the name Niburu in the tale but I confess to scrolling through a few sections that dragged G Physicist Dr Claudia Albers and the Niburu theory are the basis for this SF book, which is long drawn out before the apocalypse arrives The theory is that a wandering dim star or planet passes through the plane of the ecliptic at an angle every several thousand years, disturbing orbits and drawing comets as it does Maybe the meteor that killed off the dinosaurs was perturbed in this way I didn t spot the name Niburu in the tale but I confess to scrolling through a few sections that dragged Generally I picked up the astronomy but the backstories and Australian army lost me Oh yes, the tale is set in Australia, which is interesting, but apart from local colour and language it reads exactly like a paranoid American fantasy They want to control everything and don t want the people to know about the impending disaster, because they have worked out that the rogue is coming closer than comfortable To this end astronomers are be
I received a copy of this book directly from the author publisher in exchange for an honest review.I had such a hard time qualifying this book when it was time to sit down and give it a review I guess I should start off by saying that I didn t finish the book Going in, the premise sounded interesting and right up my alley as far as genres go I was excited to delve into it but at the same time, my end of the TBR list has bee
Jubilee Year was an interesting read although it was a little slow in the beginning The story is set in Australia and revolves around strange weather patterns and sunsets that seem to be happening at the wrong times The author reveals that the government is creating a total cloud cover by controlling the weather in an attempt to shield from view what is happening in the solar system.It was hard for me to follow the characters but the book did keep my interest until the end Jubilee is book one Jubilee Year was an interesting read although it was a little slow in the beginning The story is set in Australia and revolves around strange weather patterns and sunsets that seem to be happening at the wrong times The author reveals that the government is creating a total cloud cover by controlling the weather in an attempt to shield from view what is happening in the solar system.It was hard for me to follow the characters but the book did keep my inte
I was sent a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.I don t like to be negative about books Reading is my favourite hobby and I don t enjoy being overly critical, especially knowing how much work goes into writing a novel That said, the only positive thing I can say about this book was that it was an interesting concept.The writing quality was inconsistent It was good in parts but poor in others A lotediting was required I came across dozens of errors includi I was sent a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.I don t like to be negative about books Reading is my favourite hobby and I don t enjoy being overly critical, especially knowing how much work goes into writing a novel That said, the only positive thing I can say about this book was that it was an interesting concept.The writing quality was inconsistent It was good in parts but poor in others A lotediting was required I came across dozens of errors including missing and incorrect punctuation and words.There was too much exposition given through dialogue The main characters never discover anything for themselves, they re told all of the critical information through very long info dumps.The dialogue itself was quite boring and the author almost never used contractions
I was fortunate to win a print copy of Jubilee Year by Gerard O Neill.Jubilee Year is touted as a techno thriller on , but personally I tend to agreewith the blurb on the back of the book calling it a dystopian SF start to the Erelong Trilogy Pigeon holing aside, Jubilee Year is a good story that held my interest throughout.Set in Australia, there are quite a few things going on here We have a secretive government about to be unmasked, an outer space story line which promises t I was fortunate to win a print copy of Jubilee Year by Gerard O Neill.Jubilee Year is touted as a techno thriller on , but personally I tend to agreewith the blurb on the back of the book calling it a dystopian SF start to the Erelong Trilogy Pigeon holing aside, Jubilee Year is a good story that held my interest throughout.Set in Australia, there are q
Jubilee Year An Erelong Novel by Gerard O Neill is the beginning of the end of the world as its inhabitants know it O Neill drops the reader into a world where the new normal makes little sense compared to what people remember As disaster looms, the characters search for a way to survive People fight
Jubilee Year is a very imaginative novel that held my attention until the end.