Rated 3.80/5 based on 6 reviews
The day Dan and Katrina begin their honeymoon cruise, the Sun begins to inexplicably dim. Soon, they will discover why...
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Words: 1,970
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476409092
About S. A. Barton

S.A. Barton lives in coastal Virginia with his wife, teen stepson, two under-5s, and demanding cat (as they all are). His path to the present was a strange, sometimes harrowing, and winding one; you may find this reflected in his writing. He has previously appeared in the pages of Penumbra magazine, in Daily Science Fiction, and in OMNI Reboot.

He's a winner of the first Amazing Stories Gernsback Writing Contest.

He is also proud to be a self-published indie author with dozens of short ebooks and collections to his credit, which may be found through sabarton.com. He also tweets far too much as @Tao23.

While most of S.A. Barton's work is in science fiction, some of it strays into other genres such as fantasy, mainstream, alternate history and others -- like the cat, it wanders some.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Jan. 18, 2014 :
Not executed to the same standard of some of the authors better works. Good start and ok end, but rather lame in the middle.
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Review by: Chris The Story Reading Ape on Oct. 30, 2013 :
An interesting, if short, slant on the Invasion of Earth theme.

Write more please...
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Review by: D. Spencer on May 13, 2013 :
Good writing, and a very different storyline. Chapter 2 would be fun to read!
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Review by: Mo M on July 01, 2012 : (no rating)
Good read
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Review by: Rodney Cimburke on June 17, 2012 :
A good story. Something about aliens and Easter Island has always hung connected inside me, so I'm glad you connected them out here.

A couple of things: Everyone seems way too calm to have the world ending around them suddenly, but I do like the play between Adam and Rosemary in the beginning. Also, there's a place where you switch verb tense awkwardly:
"Adam," she began.
"What?" interrupting her again. (began/interrupting).
And again, Adam and Katrina (whose name made me think of the hurricane every time) seem waaaaay to calm to be encountering extra-terrestrials face to, uh, mask.

I too am stricken with nitpicking , so...
Overall a tight, interesting little tale.

Four stars.
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Review by: Francis W. Porretto on April 19, 2012 :
Exceptionally clever, and nicely written, but it has nothing to do with business or capitalism. (I'd lecture you about your misunderstanding, but this isn't an appropriate place.) Very well done.
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