Andreas Christensen is a Norwegian Science Fiction and Fantasy writer. His most recent work is Legion Rising, the second book in the brand new Legionnaire Series.
His popular series the Exodus Trilogy received rave reviews in both the U.S. and the U.K. and has been compared to classics such as Heinlein and Asimov. The Rift Saga is set approximately two centuries after the events of Exodus, and a reviewer described it as "Hunger Games on steroids". In a good way...
He is currently working on new projects, including a "second generation" story set in the Aurora universe, and the Legionnaire Series, a military science fiction series set in the near future.
Andreas Christensen has a degree in Psychology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and his professional background is mainly from public service. He has a weakness for cats, coffee and up until recently, books so heavy he'd need a separate suitcase in order to carry them every time he traveled. Luckily, the world has changed, and the suitcase has now been replaced by an e-reader.
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Website and blog: christensenwriting.com
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on April 15, 2017 :
It took me a little to get into this story, but once into it, it was a riveting build up and and solid read. The scheming and possible scenarios are covered well and Christensen develops the characters well. They are believable and relate-able, despite the incredible circumstances.
I really enjoyed this book a great deal and it did not tax the brain all that much. It was a light read constructed with a great deal of skill on the part of the author.
(Review of a free book.)
(review of free book)
Larry B. Gray
on Dec. 16, 2015 :
Exodus (Part 1 of the Exodus Trilogy) by Andreas Christensen is good science fiction novel which will captivate you and keep you glued to its pages.
The author has done a great job of developing a tail of survival on a planetary scale and all the intrigue that is tied into it. The storyline is very believable and easy to follow. It was full of twist and turns which keep me reading and wanting more.
I liked the way Andreas Christensen developed a cast of characters that were easy to identify with and follow throughout the story. It was easy to get caught up with their individual stories and pulled deeper into the tale.
I liked Exodus by Andreas Christensen and recommend this book to all readers.
(review of free book)