DNF – After Atlas by Emma Newman

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I loved Planetfall¬†and it had been a while since I’d read it and I saw this on the shelf and I figured I’d complete the story. Oh how naive I was.

The MC was instantly grating, and the plot (or the part I read) had nothing to do with the first book. I didn’t like the world building and in general I didn’t feel it worth my time, even to read on a few more pages and see if things turned around.

I think this was mostly just a convergence of irritants than anything wrong with the book exactly. Either way, I’m moving on.

Robert

DNF – After Atlas by Emma Newman

Planetfall – by Emma Newman

Jared,

How was your Halloween? Ours was great. We had a Trunk-n-Treat on the 29th and then Halloween night we went to a nearby neighborhood that we went to last year…..They give out full size chocolate bars.

Planetfall.jpgTitle: Planetfall
Author: Emma Newman
Genre: Science Fiction
Audience: Adult
ROTS Setting: CU, Near-to-Distant Future, Cerebral
Synopsis: Ren traveled millions of miles on faith alone. A faith that was based on a person. Now twenty years later and utterly faithless, she must confront the truths she hides and the lies she uses to perpetuate it.
Recommendation: For adults. Also this isn’t a space opera or action adventure and more cerebral. I definitely recommend this book.

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