Eden, Noon: The Chronicles of Paradise

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by Archer Swift

Eden, Noon: The Chronicles of Paradise

Second Novel in Thrilling Young-Adult, Sci-fi Trilogy

Having survived certain extermination at the hands of their vastly superior alien enemy, the hopes of a small human colony soar. Their fledgling dreams of a new dawn are quickly jeopardised as rampant suspicion, prejudice and fear boil over a cauldron brewing thick with political rivalry, skulduggery and the ever-present threat of mutiny.

Struggling with his own personal demons and the maelstrom of relational conflict his foolhardy antics have caused, Ristan Abel finds himself dragged into a brutal showdown with foes known and unknown. With second guesses and half-mistakes punished fiercely in blood, Ristan fights for his own soul and sanity as much as those he longs to protect. Can he endure the bitter consequences of his own actions?

Welcome back to planet Zika, named such by the planet’s native species, the Zikalic. A primal planet of striking disparity—breathtaking spectacle and unrivalled terror—ruled by an intelligent but twisted species; where the nights are dark, and the days, darker still.

Eden, Noon is the second book in The Chronicles of Paradise trilogy. The first installment, Eden, Dawn is available free in eBook format.

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Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels

Pages: 299


Sales Rank: 1372817

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