Distant Suns

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Two elderly astronomers and their young apprentice, Lauren, are appointed the top secret task of monitoring a massive cloud of hydrogen heading straight for Earth. When the path of the cloud is altered and it is captured by the planet Jupiter, they think they have avoided disaster, but you can be looking the wrong way when the end of the world sneaks up on you. More

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About Patricia Smith

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I often tell people I'm an astronomical bore. I'm absolutely nuts about astronomy and also writing apocalyptic thrillers. You can't shut me up about either.

I have enjoyed writing stories all my life.

I received my first telescope for Christmas 2005. Since then I've enjoyed many nights, freezing until I couldn't stand it anymore, looking at the delights of the Universe and the magical wonders of alien worlds.

I started my career in computing, but presently work helping students to improve their numeracy and English skills. The rest of my time is worked around my writing.

I live in Northumberland, England, with my husband and three cats. Whenever possible, we (not the cats) like to go walking in the magnificent Northumberland hills and mountain biking at Kielder Forest.

My choice of genre stems from my love of apocalyptic thrillers and the 'What if?' scenario.

I strive to give the reader a rollercoaster ride of emotions and excitement, mixed in with a good dash of fear - all from the safety of their armchair.

You can contact me at: patriciasmith@timesplit.co.uk

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Review by: Chris Verberne on Sep. 12, 2013 :
Mostly I do not read books from the beginning to the end unless they are great. I readed this book from the beginning to the end.

It is amazing how this author keep the suspense and excitement going. You think you know what is coming and then... the plot changes.

I am sure there was a lot of research necessary before even writing a single line of text. The story is very acceptable and detailled.

The storyline is consistent and very fluently. Sometimes there are parts which are too long or not really necessary in my opinion. But maybe this extra information creates that special bond the reader become with the people in the story.

They are all very human and sometimes they seem to be so small against those occuring calamities and events. However together they become great in their accomplishements.

If you love science fiction, this will definatelly the book for you. The price is right and the book itself is very well written.

I read this book on an Onyx and Sony reader without any problem. Clear layout, very good readable text.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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