>> Monday, January 13, 2014
The reader is constantly being hit by questions. When one is answered, another one is brought up. It truly is well-written. We are introduced to a future society and outlandish government control. I believe the novel is on the level of Ender's Game or Divergent.
Ethan develops a new relationship with his father. He 'wakes' up to a whole new life. He learns to stand up for himself and his crew. By the end of the novel, he gains so much more than what he had, or what he thought he had than at the beginning.
I dare you to get hold of this book and read it but...beware! There are many twists and turns. You might want your Dramamine! I can't wait to get hold of the second book in this trilogy because there are some unanswered questions.
"Peter Stone graduated from Melbourne School of Ministries Bible College in 1988. His wife is from Japan and they have two wonderful children. He has worked in the same games company for over twenty years, but still does not comprehend why they expect him to work all day instead of playing games. Since his late teens, he has dealt with major depressive disorder, otosclerosis (going deaf) and epilepsy, but has a grateful and thankful heart, because he believes all things are in the Lord Jesus' capable hands." "For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain." Philippians 1:21