Bright of the Sky
Publish date: April 17th 2007
Pages no: 450
Edition language: English
Series: Entire and the Rose (#1)
1 1/2 StarsA man named (damn, had to go look it up because I forgot already) Titus landed on another planet with his wife and daughter. Somehow he got back to planet earth minus said wife and daughter. The peeps here on earth thought he was crazy because he said he'd been gone 10 years when it hadn'...
This book walks a fine line. I have not one single positive thing to say about it, and yet it didn't leave me spitting mad enough to want to take the time to write a review. Good job, book?Problems, roughly summarized: the main character is an ass. Not a brooding anti-hero, just the garden-variety s...
Great concept, interesting worldbuilding, insufficient (for me) execution.
Bright of the Sky by Kay Kenyon is the first book in The Entire and the Rose trilogy. Other novels in the series include A World Too Near and City Without End. Bright of the Sky was (and still is) a free Kindle giveaway, which is how I obtained this gem. Free is always easy; you didn't pay anything ...
An interesting concept for speculative fiction involving an alternate universe crafted by an alien race but copied from bits and pieces of our universe. Even some of the sentient races and plant life mimic specimens from our dimension. But the physics of that realm defy understanding and twist sid...
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