Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback

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Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback Valery LeithShe moved to the United Kingdom in In she won the Arthur C Clarke Award for her novel Dreaming in Smoke Her novel Maul was also shortlisted for the same award in Sullivan has studied music and karate Her partner is the martial artist Steve Morris with whom she has three children.

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  • Anna

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFI really enjoy Tricia Sullivan’s novels but always find it hard to describe and explain their plots when looking back on them ‘Lightborn’ seemed comprehensible than Doublevision and Sound Mind Her books tend to deal with strange uncontrollable technologies and their unintended effect


  • David Monteith

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFThe urge to unnecessarily classify a project is a strong one and accordingly as I began this book I found myself trying to do just that The results were inconlusive the two main protagonists are both in their early to late teens so it could legitimately have been a coming of age story but the book deals with the devastating although localised effect on humanity of a mind altering disaster and so my first thoughts were that it was a zombie apocalypse tale al


  • Vaughan

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFFor me this was an interesting often admirable book which I didn't enjoy uite as much as I'd expected given what I'd heard about this author and also what I'd witnessed at a couple of conventions My main problem with the book was that it took too long to achieve take off The plot is stimulated by some interesting developments in AI and communications technology and is set in a credible milieu but the first two thirds of the narrative wanders around this set up at too great a length for my liking a problem exacerbated by the ultra short chapters I was 300 odd pages in before the plot development started to grip me At that point the intensity kicked up a couple of notches From then on I was hooked all the way to the ending Had that kick up happened earlier or the first two thirds been compressed a bit I'd have awarded the book a higher rating Other positives the novel is very well written througout and I did like the main protagonist Roksana though I wanted to see of her


  • Carien

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFThis was a very cool and intriguing readI will confess that I was a bit annoyed about the beginning of this book It immediately starts at the point where things go wrong Now this shouldn't have to be a problem if the author manages to work in the backstory of how things were before things went wrong pretty uickly She doesn't however and I had a hard time picturing how the world had been before the fallThat annoyance aside this was an amazing story The setting was disturbing and grim Sullivan manages to describe the ruined city so well I felt trapped in that dark desolate world while reading and I couldn't help but feel sorry for those aff


  • Kris

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFMy first thought on this is it feels like a teen TV show All the adults are no longer able to survive in a post apocalyptic scenario and it's up to the kids to band together and save the day This doesn't make it bad but limits it from being anything special as used in one of the chapter titles it seems like just another zombie apocalypseThe device for this apocalypse is the Shine a sort of direct brain interface training tool However you could replace it with magic psychic powers the soul the internet or 101 other things and it changes little They even refer to the devices for using it as macguffinsOne of the real let downs is Xavier He is a particularly dull character and his sections are very boring until the changes towards the end Rocksana on the other hand is a great lead and really drives the story along I understand why it is necessary for us to see the events at the ranch but I wish we could have had Rocksana driving these


  • Nicholas Whyte

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFThis is a story of a near future cyberdisaster in California with all the adults' brains corrupted by a massive software malfunction and two teenagers caught


  • Bookmarks Magazine

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFReviewers generally admired Sullivan's new spin on the fairly common postapocalyptic device of a world without functional adults They noted that as with several recent SF novels with young characters like Mira Grant's Feed and The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins Sullivan forces her protagonists to face some very adult pain Critics were somewhat divided on her world building however; some found the ubiuity of the Shine technology implausible while others felt it to be a realistic representation of the near future But despite such disagreements critics agreed that Lightborn is worth looking into This is an excerpt from a review published in Bookmarks magazine


  • Stephanie

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFBy far the best SF novel I've read in a long time LIGHTBORN is fiercely intelligent with all the intense speculation of the best science fiction but also with the sheer heart thumping excitement of a really great zombie thriller The two POV characters are intensely real and sympathetic grounding the speculative aspects of the novel in a strong emotional connection I really really cared about what would happen to both of them but especially to Roksana who's a really fabulous strong but vulnerable heroineI loved it


  • Raine Raine

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFI have read other books by Tricia Sullivan which were all good but so far Lightborn has been the best and most absorbing At the beginning of the book I thought the character relationships and plots were slightly predictable however about half way through things seemed to change up a few gears and the story became much unpredictable and even of a page turnerThe concept of the Lightborn was also very interesting and one I had not encountered before in reading definately look


  • Tanya Batchellier

    Lightborn PDF ↠ Paperback lightborn mobile, Lightborn PDFI liked the concept of this book but found that it wasn't particularly well explained At the start you are introduced to one of the protagonists however there is just mention of shine with no explanation of what it is and how it is used throughout the book it just takes the knowledge of shine as a given which I found uite frustrating Overall I found the plot uite jumbled and not explained to the reader very well and so you had to fill in many gaps yourself and at the end of the book I found the ending a bit disappointing and uneventful


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