Under Vanishing Skies

Hell is Different for Everyone For Aron Atherton, hell is a small tropical island with white sand beaches surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean Trapped in Maldives after a massive solar event kills his family and nearly wipes out the human race, Aron plans to fish and drink until the apocalypse finally catches up with him But when his best friend is mu Hell is Different for EveryoneFor Aron Atherton, hell is a small tropical island with white sand beaches surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean Trapped in Maldives after a massive solar event kills his family and nearly wipes out the human race, Aron plans to fish and drink until the apocalypse finally catches up with him But when his best friend is murdered and he becomes the guardian of a ten year old boy, Aron s plans fizzle away like the vanishing skies above him Drawn into a struggle that will decide who leaves the dying planet and who stays behind, Aron tries to escape the vortex of political corruption that has engulfed him But when he uncovers a plot that threatens mankind s last hope for survival, Aron must stay alive long enough to stop them.
Under Vanishing Skies Hell is Different for Everyone For Aron Atherton hell is a small tropical island with white sand beaches surrounded by the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean Trapped in Maldives after a massive so

  • Title: Under Vanishing Skies
  • Author: G.S. Fields Elizabeth Stock judy-b. Miguel Kilantang
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Under Vanishing Skies”

    1. I recived a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. This book starts out with the main character "Aron Atherton",who is out fishing in one of the most beautiful places on the planet,but,almost everybody on the planet earth is dead,because of a solar flare "The storm",as it is called, .It will only be a few more years,and the atmosphere about the islands will be gone.Aron's happy place was back home in California with his wife and children.That was sooo many years ago now. The Mars [...]

    2. I've known the author for 10yrs, his storytelling ability rivals other authors. Sometimes alcohol accelerated while sitting in front of a fireplace sharing with friends during a frigid Thanksgiving Eve in Tuscany, but always very detailed and highly entertaining!

    3. Great readI recommend this book for all you end of earth survivalists. I look forward to reading more from this author.

    4. Loved itOn vacation and the world as you know it ends. These people are in luck in the tropics, or are they?

    5. A wonderful storyline with deep characters. I wasn't sure if I would like the story. Some stories in this genre tend to develop storylines that become less and less believable by the end.Not so with this one. The characters all had incredible depth to them. So even if it wasn't a major character that died you still felt some pain. There were so many twists and turns and just when I thought I had it figured out, something would happen that changed what I believed.I would recommend this story to a [...]

    6. One of the better EOW BooksTypically at the end of the world you get zombies, a killer virus, or vampires, but Fields went with a pedestrian solar flare, which boiled off some of the Earth's atmosphere and fried most of the electronic devices. It was a truly refreshing plot that contained no undead people at all. It all takes place in the Maldives with the people stranded there, as it is one of the few places on Earth that can still support life. The flare happened in the 22nd century, so there [...]

    7. Under Vanishing Skies' by GS Fields Review by Javier 'Jarv' RamosFull disclosure: In exchange for an honest review, I received a pre-release copy from the author. I have also been promised a bottle of Mohammed's Moonshine. I feel compelled to share that information with because I really want to tell someone I got a free book in exchange for my writing. It also compels me to write more than a simple 'Great book, please read!'Under Vanishing Skies (UVS) is a welcome addition to the science fiction [...]

    8. I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis: Follow Aron Atherton as he tries to forget the horror of a dying world. Under Vanishing Skies shows the darker side of humanity without law. With a small fraction of the population remaining, Aron and his mates try to survive changing weather conditions and pirates with rebuilt technology and the expanse of the Maldives. A chance arises for some to be rescued to the new Mars colony - who will make the cut? Will they wa [...]

    9. Aron Atherton is determined to suffer through the end of days. A massive solar storm has killed his wife and daughters, along with many inhabitants of Earth, and Aron has no interest in joining other survivors on a rescue ship to Mars; he would rather drown himself in drink and dismal thoughts. But 12 years in dystopia have nevertheless led him to care for a few people, and when he sees that their chances to escape the apocalypse are threatened, he climbs out of his mental morass to fight for th [...]

    10. This is a brilliant book. The sci-fi elements are mostly in the background, with the story focusing on several inhabitants amongst the survivors on a chain of tropical islands.Life isn't easy for the survivors, and it's made far worse by roving packs of pirates who try to prey upon those on the islands. The survivors are trying to both stay alive and decide which lucky few will get to leave on a transport for the fledgling Mars colony.The characters in the story all feel real and I soon found my [...]

    11. MehI am not sure what they hype was all about. The story was extremely predictable and seriously lacking in originality. So why three stars and not lower? because I have been reading some serious duds lately, this one didn't suck. It just wasn't great or outstanding. The characters were flat. The plot was predictable. The twists were not surprising. The ending had a 'slapped together' feel to it.I ended the book without much excitement or pleasure from my reading experience.Do I recommend it? De [...]

    12. This book starts off with the end of the world already in the past, ripped asunder by a killer solar storm. It focuses on the last remnants of civilisation living in the Maldives. We find our hero drowning in drink and self-pity waiting to die. This is where our story begins and from there we are catapulted into a story of intrigue, action, survival and a tad of Sci-Fi. Yet again another début has impressed me and I find myself thanking the skies for the new indie author movement. If you are lo [...]

    13. I have a sweet spot for post apocalyptic stories, that's why I chose to read it.I certainly did not regret that.The book is very well written, the characters wonderful and the story simply great.You do not have to be a "sic-fi nerd" to appreciate this book, in my opinion.I would strongly recommend this book and I hope G.S. Fields soon writes a new one.

    14. I normally don't read stuff this futuristic, but I did because this one hinted at the "END." I thought it was very interesting and liked how some things we use today, or not too long ago, were included, such as TCP/IP. People are people, so there were good people and bad people all over. A good read, and it wasn't "the END."

    15. G.S. Fields gives us a thriller, wrapped in sci-fi, wrapped in post-apocalypse. And that thing you're not supposed to see coming I totally didn't see it coming!I would recommend this read to people who wonder, "Could a solar storm really do that?" I know I'm going to spend some time on .

    16. Very easy read in the first person, which I like. He made it seem as if he were with you every step of the way. Short and sweet, but well done. I enjoyed the action and backstory and future story. Well done for a first time. (And no, I do not know the author.)

    17. This book did a great job of blending science and survival into an exciting read. It lacked detail in a lot of parts, which stopped me from becoming fully immersed in the story at times. If you're a fan of this genre then I'd recommend picking up this book.

    18. Good readKept me interested and if there were any grammar problems I didn't notice them. Nice to read an EOW story that has people working together and living a halfway normal life.

    19. At first I was disappointed when i started reading it. It wasn't what I wanted to read, but it got so good I couldn't put it down!

    20. Pretty good book but I didnt like the ending. I felt it left me hanging. Seemed more like a set up for a second novel than an ending.

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