Sandfly, a fixer of all things robotic, and his female companion, Hard Candy, embark on a search for The Superlative Stream. They look for a new way of life, one promising freedom from the severe mind control of earth's regime.
The previous Dark Trench crew encountered strange things in the Betelgeuse system, but nothing compared to what Sandfly and Hardy Candy discover. Are the planet and civilization the source of the Superlative Stream? Or is it another cosmic dead end?
Kerry brings the main characters through a thought process that's both natural and believable. Their relationship, previously foreign and forbidden, provides an interesting story element.
To enter the drawing:
1) Leave a comment with your email address in the spam-busting format. No email = no entry.
2) Deadline: Saturday, June 12, 2010, at midnight EDT. Winner will be notified via email, and an announcement posted on the blog on Sunday, June 13, 2010.
3) No fee was required for this giveaway. Void where prohibited. The winner is responsible for their eligibility. I did not receive any remuneration for this review, and purchased the book myself.
Sounds intriguing, Susan!
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Hi Jess -
Thanks for entering the drawing. This isn't a romance, but has romantic elements.
thanks for the chance to read this novel :)
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Hi Karen -
Thanks for stopping by and entering.
I have his first book, and though I haven't finished it yet, I'm totally hooked. Great writing! Can't wait. Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks:)
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This sounds like a book you could have written, my dear! Isn't this considered speculative fiction?
Sounds great; please enter my name!
Thanks and love,
Hi Kristen -
I'm sure Kerry will be happy to learn you're enjoying his first book. You'll definitely want the second one.
Hi Jen -
Kerry's book is considered Christian Sci-Fi. I prefer to view mine as Christian Futuristic Fiction. I'm firmly rooted on planet earth. :)
You read a Sci-fi Susan! Hope you enjoyed it. I haven't gotten to the ones you gave me yet. Hope you have a great week! :O)
Did enjoy the concept of Kerry's "A Star Curiously Singing" and pray that God guides him in his career!
Would love to share a second of his books with another reader!
Hi Diane -
I read very little Sci-Fi. Kerry convinced me to give his first book a try, and I enjoyed it. Naturally, I had to see what happened to Sandfly next. :)
Hi Patti -
Thanks for entering the giveaway. :)
Sounds like a very interesting read!
I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your comment over @ Life Lessons! Loved your synopsis of my post! In spite of very different circumstances, each hero ended well, having fulfilled the individual calling God had placed on his/her life! Glad to be striving together with you to bring honor and glory to Him! Have a blessed day!
Just wanted to pop in and say "thanks" to everyone who has stopped by so far. I appreciate your interest in my books.
And thanks to you, Susan, for featuring them!
Hi Kerry -
You're welcome! Thanks for stopping by.
OH Susan! I just barely got my vote in! My email is ellenmaze at aol dot com.
I have read A STAR CURIOUSLY SINGING and cannot stop gushing about it everywhere. I hope I win!
God bless you,
Ellen C Maze
Author RABBIT: CHASING BETH RIDER
A great idea!
I heard about this on the Lost Genre Guild email discussion group.
btw, I am the one who wrote the review of Seabird that Sherry is so excited about.
Hi Ellen -
Welcome to my blog! I'm sure Kerry will be delighted to know how much you liked his book.
Thanks for entering the drawing. I hope you'll stop by again.
Hi Forrest -
Thanks for stopping by and entering the drawing. Kerry's a talented writer.
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