The Pennell Predicament: An Edenix Cycle Story

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Amelia Pennell must make a horrifying choice in the aftermath of the destruction of a colonization ship which crashes on Eden IX. More
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Words: 5,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310989759
About S. Rodger Bock

S Rodger Bock is the Author of Unfolding, a fictional, present-day novel about a Edeanna McKinley, a woman who finds her thrust into chaos, She's on the run and trying to rebuild her life at the same time.

Bock has also published the first trilogy of the Edenix Cycle; a series that follow life of human colonists on a virgin world cut off from the rest of humanity. He is currently working on the second Edenix trilogy.

Morgan's Curse, the first trilogy of this cycle, follows the story of Morgan, who has a twisted plan which wreaks havoc on what had been a peaceful, if untamed world. Bock breaks his trilogies into Acts. Act I: Acrimony Arising released September 2013. Act II: Edenix Asunder came out January 2014. Act III: Queen's Reign became available August 2014.

"The Providence of Rudy Nes" is a short story that has been compared to a webisode, following some of the same characters who appear in the novels. "The Pennell Predicament" is a story Bock wrote inspired by a series of promotional tweets.

Bock has written extensively over the years and is excited to get more to his fans.


S Rodger Bock was raised in Flagstaff, Arizona. High in the mountains and surrounded by lush aspen groves and lots of Ponderosa Pine, he fell in love with the outdoors. At an early age, he began writing passionate, action-filled stories, which honestly were a little rough. Teaching himself to type on a Commodore 64, he began writing what would become the setting for the Edenix Cycle. He has two amazing kids from his first marriage and lives on California's central coast.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 16, 2013 :
I did not find this story overly engaging. I never felt any relationship with the characters or the story line.
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Review by: Louise Rayner on Nov. 12, 2013 :
The storyline was very fast moving and thought provoking . The language is very visually descriptive. In all it makes you want to read more.
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Review by: Aubree LeMay on Oct. 21, 2013 :
Intense short story filled with tough choices and loads of empathy. Action was quick to catch up with the accelerated plot progression. Can't wait to download other works from this author.
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