New Siqdor - Stephen J. Carter

New Siqdor

By Stephen J. Carter

  • Release Date: 2015-05-07
  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Size: 268.83 KB

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A mile-long descent through a plasma column ...

The environmental stilling onworld threatens to advance beyond the storm ring, thus blanketing the globe and turning Nebura into a uniquely dystopian planet. Meanwhile the occupiers’ plan to arm a resurgent Siqdori Empire with a tulvar arsenal, a space weapon unlike any other, nears completion. As things begin spiraling out of control two groups of survivors join forces to forestall this alien quest.

Mick, Carmen, and Franklin would be surprised at the role the lightspheres, a unique Neburan lifeform, would play.

New Siqdor is the 2nd book in the Zero Point Light SF series.

Praise for New Siqdor

"Even better than the first!"
5 stars, Ligon & Maine
"I read the first in the series, Storm Ring, and immediately purchased this one. It was great seeing the growth of character development and the author really paints a clear picture of this other world. Loved Franklin's character."

"An exciting read for all Sci-Fi fans."
5 stars, M Kingshott
"Having read and enjoyed the first book in this series I had high hopes that I would enjoy this one as well. Thankfully it did not disappoint and in many ways it was actually better than the first. Stephen J. Carter has clearly established his style in this book and the writing was sharp, precise and the characterisations were much more clearly defined."

"If you like adventure and sc-fi this is a great book for you!"
4 stars, Christophe
"I particularly liked the interplay and team work of the characters as they piece together the clues, against the odds, which will help them in their quest. A strong point for me of this author is his virtuosity with new inventions and scientific, futuristic scenarios and time/space phenomena that read so plausibly. A good read."

"The struggle to save an abandoned world."
4 stars, Tim Taylor
"The book was well-written and held my attention and interest. I am happy to recommend it and am looking forward to the third part of the series."

Action & Adventure

Hard SF

Space Exploration