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Radialloy book. Read 45 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Alt Cover ISBN (ISBN )The year is Andi.
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I would gladly recommend this to my little siblings, which I not something I can oft Whew! I would gladly recommend this to my little siblings, which I not something I can often do with this genre.

Firmament: Radialloy

The characters were all fantastic. I instantly connected with many of them, especially Andi. She struggled throughout the book with what to do in certain situations, whom to trust, etc, which made her such a great character. So many heroines in books these days are perfect and have all the answers, which is so unrealistic! I think that's why I connected with Andi so well; she's a "real" and relatable character.

I also loved her father, the doctor. He was so sweet, yet a bit tough too. One of those "grizzly bears on the outside, teddy bears on the inside" type of characters. The main villain, view spoiler [Andi's real dad hide spoiler ] was great as well; for awhile I actually kinda liked him! A well-rounded villain, with a plausible motive. Also, Crash was pretty amazing. I loved his humor, his arrogance, and his flaws.

BOOK REVIEW Firmament: Radialloy by J Grace Pennington

He wasn't perfect, which was great. Definitely my favorite character. The plot was very well done; everything laid out at just the right time with perfect pacing. There were a few plot twists that were nicely done, although I saw more than one of them coming. It was very believable well, as believable as a sci-fi plot can get! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, and freaking out a good portion of the time.

Kudos to the author! View all 8 comments. Aug 29, Claire Banschbach rated it really liked it. This book was a great read! It's a shorter book but brilliantly done. You're drawn in from the beginning and the plot moves along quite nicely, never too fast and definitely not slow. I'd have trouble deciding who was my favorite character, but I might have to settle on Andi who also happens to be the main character.

Even though this is a science fiction book it all felt and sounded real. The author has obviously done her research and put in the time to create a plausible situation. As a med stu This book was a great read! As a med student I appreciated the medical jargon sprinkled in, but it was all explained so one would never feel lost.

If I had to pick one thing I really liked about the book, it would have to be the characters. They're all well developed and you find instant connections with all of them. I also appreciated the parts where Andi refers to her Christian faith, especially to help herself and another crew member through a tough situation.

You never really get Christianity put into science fiction and I enjoyed the fresh take. I look forward to reading more in the Firmament series. I love this book so much. I was sick today so I listened through this book. I really enjoyed the audio. View 1 comment.

I honestly can't remember how I stumbled across this book, which makes me sad, because if all the "you-might-also-like" suggestions or whatever similar list I found this in are this good, I would be in clover--or maybe some variety of space-clover? Inventions with bizarre powers--great! Aliens--I'l Wow. Aliens--I'll let it slide. Super mind-powers--nope, you've lost me.

This book was exactly the kind of sci-fi I've always wanted, with a Christian message to boot! The writing style was excellent with exactly the amount of detail that I like--enough to give me a very real sense of place but not bog me down with descriptions of every knob, uniform, and hallway. The plot kept me on the edge of my seat without making me want to scream.

And the characters--wow, the characters! At different points in the book, I came up against someone I didn't trust but thought maybe I was supposed to, someone I really wanted to trust but wasn't sure I could, and someone I knew was one of the good guys but wasn't sure would actually be any help.

I was in love with August from first sight, and the fear that he might be a bad guy was awful! And what was I doing trusting Crash's judgement anyway, when he'd just proved himself much less than responsible? But recklessness aside, I knew not to throw away his opinion. Bumping the rest of this series to the top of my to-read list, effective immediately!

Enough said. And if you have no idea what I'm talking about, read the book. Then you'll understand. Okay, I'll be serious now. I've followed this book since its early stages and have been in love with the characters since the rough draft. As she revised the book, the author only gave me more reasons to love her little creations. Their personalities are brilliantly done, the situations are challenging, and the drama is thrilling.

Plenty of charm and lots of page-turning intrigue to hold it August. Plenty of charm and lots of page-turning intrigue to hold it together. A big plus - this book is spotless. Language, romance, sexuality And the book doesn't need it. It gets its appeal from elsewhere.

And for that reason, it's memorable. A great debut novel, competently written. Read it. And then tell me what you think of August.


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ETA: I formatted the soon-to-be-released shiny second edition of this book and took the opportunity to reread it. View all 3 comments. Feb 26, Gabriellyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: adventure , sci-fi , future , mystery. I love this book! Clean, heart-pounding, sci-fi adventure! What more could a girl ask for? The characters are superb.

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Andi is a lovable and easy to connect to protagonist, the Doctor is a well-layered character, Crash is Guilders, the Captain, Almira, all of them are great. And the baddies? So, :D well done! The plot is so excting!

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This is like Star Trek without the aliens and without the junk! The storyli I love this book! The storyline layered and developed. I love all the medical references, you can tell J. Grace did a great job researching them. Well done, Ms. The collision of a merchant ship with an asteroid at "warp 8" instead of vaporizing the ship, and asteroid, yielded no significant damage, or injuries, just some "malfuctions".. Totally ignoring physical laws Google Newtons Laws.