Nora's Sun

Nora s Sun Librarian Note This is an Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B K YUXW Nora s SunEarth no longer belongs to humans It was stolen right out from under them by the Merus They look and act human but actu

  • Title: Nora's Sun
  • Author: M.S. Fowle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian Note This is an Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B007K9YUXW Nora s SunEarth no longer belongs to humans It was stolen right out from under them by the Merus They look and act human, but actually came from another world The things they re capable of doing, their paranormal talents are what drove mankind to run and hide in hopeless defeat.But Nora refuses toLibrarian Note This is an Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B007K9YUXW Nora s SunEarth no longer belongs to humans It was stolen right out from under them by the Merus They look and act human, but actually came from another world The things they re capable of doing, their paranormal talents are what drove mankind to run and hide in hopeless defeat.But Nora refuses to run away All she has is hope It s what fuels her fight to get back everything the Merus took from her For the light of her life, she won t stop until she gets it all back.

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    1. I literally read this in a day once I started i couldn't put it down other for the hours when work forced me to. Reminescent of H.G Wells War of the Worlds this post-apocalyptic is captivatingly written. It is not merely a men vs monsters story (although in this case woman vs monster) it is also a tribute to motherhood. The question of how far a mother will go to save her family when all she loves is ripped from her grasp. i would recommend this book whole heartedly the writing is exceptional

    2. Have you ever read a book and felt, if only there was a little more to it? I must admit,M.S. Fowle, is one of those writers who knows how to say a lot in a very few words, making you ask for more. Yes, Nora's Sun does not take more than an hour to read but it definitely leaves an impact.What would you do if the person whom you love the most is taken away from you? True, that's not even a question to be asked. The strength that begins to flow within you tends to leave you surprised too. And you t [...]

    3. I was pleasantly surprised by this short story. It is an exciting sci-fi adventure that keeps you on the edge throughout. Very finely written, it sure is a fantastic effort by the author.The story is about a mother's search for her son, who is taken away from her. With the help of friends she embarks on a thrilling search behind enemy lines to find him. She in fact finds more than she had thought she ever would. Thoroughly enjoyable. Very interesting story. Would recommend it to others too.

    4. This is a fantastic science fiction story about Nora, a no-nonsense woman on a mission to find her son. She is lucky to have the companionship of Jules and Gordon, a husband and wife team, to accompany her on this adventure.Action-packed and suspenseful, this story exceeded my expectations. The storyline was clever, and I love the world that M.S. Fowle created. I highly recommend this to any scifi or short story fans.

    5. I got this free on my Nook and I have to admit that for a short story, I was pretty sucked in. At times, it read a bit confusingly, but continuing on, the story came together. At first, Nora's Sun came off a bit like Meyer's The Host (which I did not finish and will not read),but the plot was interesting and it did not leave the reader feeling as though there was any unfinished business. Fowle gave enough for a short story to be good, especially for a reader not familiar with her work.

    6. Good Little Thrill-Ride While I enjoyed this, I did find it a little hard to like the character of Nora until near the end of the story.  The story itself was fast-paced, never dragging its heels, and never boring.  I did think that things with Joe seemed to move a little too quickly, until the end, when it began to make sense.

    7. While I enjoyed this, I did find it a little hard to like the character of Nora until near the end of the story. The story itself was fast-paced, never dragging its heels, and never boring. I did think that things with Joe seemed to move a little too quickly, until the end, when it began to make sense.

    8. An Intriguing, Fast Read!Nora's Sun is a well written short story that manages to build the characters and story from the first page.There is most definitely room for a larger story here and I look forward to reading more of Ms Fowle's work!

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