Under a Broken Sun

Under a Broken Sun A young astrophysicist Adam Dawson has been living in his father s shadow his whole life Cutting is the only way he can work out his frustrations But when the lights go out in the Philadelphia airpor

  • Title: Under a Broken Sun
  • Author: Kevin P. Sheridan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 202
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  • A young astrophysicist, Adam Dawson has been living in his father s shadow his whole life Cutting is the only way he can work out his frustrations But when the lights go out in the Philadelphia airport, an urgent message from his dad is all Adam has to make sense of what s happening With planes falling out of the sky, it s clear this is no ordinary blackout A massive sA young astrophysicist, Adam Dawson has been living in his father s shadow his whole life Cutting is the only way he can work out his frustrations But when the lights go out in the Philadelphia airport, an urgent message from his dad is all Adam has to make sense of what s happening With planes falling out of the sky, it s clear this is no ordinary blackout A massive solar flare has wiped out all power and electronic communication, leaving the planet in chaos Collecting a ragged assortment of other survivors as he travels, Adam sets out for Chicago to find his father, as instructed The journey is a challenge the solar flare has created a major atmospheric disruption, causing earthquakes, floods, and extreme temperatures all of which an obsessed fundamentalist Christian minister has decided herald Armageddon As the American government fights back against the religious rebels who have hijacked the military, Adam can t afford to be a reluctant hero any longer With the fate of the country still hanging in the balance, Adam must first save the man who s taught him everything he knows his father.

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    About "Kevin P. Sheridan"

    1. Kevin P. Sheridan

      I live in a small town in Eastern Pennsylvania, with my wife, son and two daughters when they re not in college I also share my living quarters, for some reason, with three Irish Setters, and now, TWO cats I am a lover of realism books that seem like they could happen now The Stand by Stephen King comes to mind or in the future but only in a realistic way, like Orwell or Bradbury or DID happen almost anything by Jeff Shaara

    699 thoughts on “Under a Broken Sun”

    1. After an apocalyptic disaster Adam ventures from Philadelphia to Chicago to reunite with his father.I didn’t like Adam to begin with. The whole “my father didn’t give me enough attention so I’m going to cut myself “just made him sound like a self centred brat. However, Adam did develop during the novel and proved that he could think of others and also put them before himself. The more I learnt about him the more I grew to understand him.I did worry that this was going to be ant-Christi [...]


    2. Post-apocalyptic, but with some interesting variations from the standard The protagonist, rather than being the usual every-man evolving hero/heroine, is a young man who is a self-professed geek and a "cutter". He does, however, rise to the hero status, as he helps people escape from an airport that is burning, from the riots that follow, and from the religious fanatics who use the "event" to further their own agendas. He must find his father, a scientist who knew what was happening and why. Bet [...]


    3. A couple weeks ago I won this book through the giveaway and was mailed a copy by the author. There was a note inside that he had written which was a great indication that he had a great sense of humour.As many of you might have noticed I am a huge fan of the apocalypse and post-apocalyptic society types of books whether they be zombies or natural disasters. So I was ecstatic when I found out I had won a copy of this book. Let me tell you a bit about the book:Adam Dawson is the son of a famous a [...]


    4. I want to thank the author, Kevin Sheridan, for the signed copy of this book and the wonderful letter included. Funny. I will NOT be burning the book. Also, thank you to for the First Reads program.I was mixed on the Star Rating for this one, but finally decided to rate the story alone. The other consideration here were the many editing mistakes, including misspellings, missing or incorrect words, and some little details such as time and distance (such as how far the characters walk in a day, a [...]


    5. I received this book for free through a First Reads Giveaway. A very enjoyable post apocalyptic novel. I particularly enjoyed the detail that went into explaining the changes to Earth's climate. The only thing I would change about this book is the stereotypical protagonist but the story was written well enough for me to look past this. 3.5 stars with definite room for a sequel.


    6. fantastic book, one of the better post apocalyptic books I've read in a while. I really liked that the science wasn't over the top and technical. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys post apocalyptic books.


    7. This novel is a first person narrative set in the present day when without warning the Earth is thrown into chaos. All of a sudden technology stops and anything powered by electricity, mains or battery plus all engines stop. All motor vehicles grind to a halt and planes crash out of the sky. Mobile phones stop working, the internet is down and all radio and television are silent. The sun is unbearably hot as the Earth heats up and people think it is the end of the world. Can 23 year old Adam Daw [...]


    8. Not a bad book. Works very hard to be anti-religion. Even though i am a Christian, I am not so narrow minded that I can't enjoy a book that is anti religious. I found the plot to be a bit thin at times with way too much organization happening in too short of a time frame. The way that the villain is always two steps ahead of the protagonist was a bit of a stretch.I would read book 2.


    9. I'm a character driven reader and I found myself struggling with the characters in this one, quite a lot of character development with some of the characters but way too much angst.Plot was predictable, which isn't something I always object to, but a lot of stereotypes which grated to some extent.


    10. Amateurish and poorly proofread. A lot of small incorrect details (Call TO Duty instead of Call OF Duty) that were distracting. Some bad science. And the worst offender: an ending where the fanatics are effectively and immediately defeated by a single rout. yeah, that happens all the time.


    11. I received this book as part of a giveaway. I am happy I did. I found the main character difficult to connect with but the overall story good enough to keep me reading. There is room for a second book and I would give it a shot.


    12. Slow starter but worth it.Book was good . Started slow but gets very captivating after the first few pages. Highly recommended. Sequel would be good.



    13. Enjoyed this Post Apocolyptic book, it was a bit of a different story from the usual, a good storyline that moved along nicely.


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