Children of Jad Omnibus

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It started an ordinary day and ended in a discovery that shook the planet of Jad. Through the threat of possible war, pirates, Chion Warriors, treasure hunters and more, Elvy Akuma and her friends Tiver and Pelik band together to protect themselves, the heritage of Jad, and peace itself. This Omnibus collects together: Glint of a Suncatcher, Glint of a Ring, Glint of an Artifact, Glint of a Tower More
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About J.A. Marlow

It's said I was launched into space from birth and I haven't been back to Earth since.

There might be some truth in that.

As a reader I love science fiction with great plots, interesting characters, exotic locales, all accompanied by a sense of wonder with optimistic endings. As a writer, I love the same.

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Reviews of Children of Jad Omnibus by J.A. Marlow

Jess Bolin reviewed on Feb. 9, 2012

I truly enjoyed this collection. The Children of Jad stories caught me and made me want to read more. Rarely do i find an author who's voice and style captivate as much. J.A. Marrlow has a voice and creates a world that seem to me to be closer to Classic Science Fiction. The Characters seem alive and true and the events they live through feel both extraordinary and relatable.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Independent Bookworm reviewed on Sep. 17, 2011

I bought the first volume of The Children of Jad ages ago and love it. So, naturally, I was excited about the omnibus. J.A. Marlow didn't let me down. The other stories were engaging, full of unexpected twists and turns and the characters were life-sized and real.
After Elvy faces Jad council for the protection of an archaeological find in part one, the dig is attacked by pirates in part two. Parts three and four turn to the adventures of Elvy's friends, rounding up the story about Traveler artifacts very nicely.

This book is well worth the money.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
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