We've reached the end! To those of you who have been reading along, thank you! To those just getting here, Through a Field of Stones is the story of a farmer named Gus and his dog Walter. Together, they are tasked with saving all of existence by a being named Cero. There are Gods and other worlds and lots of fun and adventure. Take a read, tell your friends, print it out and give it to your crazy uncle for Christmas!
Gus sees the potential outcome if he is to fail on his quest, meets Cero's immortal family, and reconnects with some old acquaintances in this third part of Through a Field of Stones. The fourth and final part to come next Sunday!
Storm at Dawn by Cheryl Lawson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Just about every sequel you ever see will tout itself as "anticipated". Storm at Dawn, however, is a sequel I really have been anticipating. Since putting down We Are Mars, I've been impatiently waiting to jump back in to this world with Dana and Jax. Picking up the action right where the first book left off, the sequel doesn't waste a single page diving back in to the excitement. It's a rare instance in which the author manages not to sacrifice character development in exchange for thrills. We still get to spend a lot of time with the characters we've already come to love, while meeting some new ones along the way, while the tension is building.
If you've read We Are Mars, you've got to pick up Storm at Dawn immediately.
If you haven't, well, you'd better just go ahead and pick up both.
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Gus' adventure begins! With Walter in tow, the exploration of the multiverse opens doors on to worlds he never could have imagined.
I'll be posting this book in parts ever week on Sunday. There's a brief synopsis below, click the link to read on!
Gus is a farmer who works hard, drinks hard, and doesn't have much time to waste on conversation or city-folk. On a day like every other, he's approached by Cero - an inter-dimensional deity who has tasked Gus with saving all life in all universes across every dimension. No small task. Not being one to shirk his responsibilities, Gus accepts with one stipulation: his dog Walter must come along with him. Leaving his sister Ruby in charge of the farm, Gus and Walter follow Cero along on a journey through multiple dimensions to save all existence.
Who am I?
I'm Mark Karsten. I'm from a city called Lethbridge in Southern Alberta, Canada. I read, I write, and I snuggle puppies at every given opportunity. It's lovely to meet you.