The Stuff of Stars

The Stuff of Stars

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"But what are we without dreams?" Book 2 of The Seekers series continues the story started in the critically-acclaimed, multiple award-winning The Children of Darkness. [Dystopian, Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic, Religion] Against all odds, Orah and Nathaniel have found the keep and revealed the truth about the darkness, initiating what they hoped would be a new age of enlightenment. But the people were more set in their ways than anticipated, and a faction of vicars whispered in their ears, urging a return to traditional ways. Desperate to keep their movement alive, Orah and Nathaniel cross the ocean to seek the living descendants of the keepmasters' kin. Those they find on the distant shore are both more and less advanced than expected. The seekers become caught between the two sides, and face the challenge of bringing them together to make a better world. The prize: a chance to bring home miracles and a more promising future for their people. But if they fail this time, they risk not a stoning but losing themselves in the twilight of a never-ending dream. Books by David Litwack: The Children of Darkness (The Seekers - Book 1) The Stuff of Stars (The Seekers - Book 2) The Light of Reason (The Seekers - Book 3) [Coming November 28, 2016] The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky Along the Watchtower More Great Sci-Fi from Evolved Publishing: Two Moons of Sera by P.K. Tyler The Silver Sphere by Michael Dadich Shroud of Eden by Marlin Desaultshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 13mm | 340g
  • Evolved Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1622534360
  • 9781622534364

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"The Stuff of Stars is the second book in David Litwacks The Seekers series, and it's as unique, unpredictable and well-written as the first book. ... These are not light books; the mood is dark in this well-rendered and somewhat dour fantasy world, and yet I never once wanted to put the book down. The story kept me highly engaged and the prose was a delight to read. The overriding theme is the conflict between those who see technology as a god and those who see it as a demon. The author shows that the truth is in neither of the extremes." Awesome Indies Reviewsshow more

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