Scavenger: Evolution review Û 3

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characters Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Timothy C. Ward A compilation of Scavenger 1 3 Red Sands Blue Dawn and Twin SunsIn the future sand divers search the depths for the lost city of Danvar and the truth behind their bleak existence Divemaster Rush hasn’t dove since he lost hi. Having just finished Godsknife Revolt by Tim C Ward I was really into his style of writingwhich I would describe as a cross between non stop action and stream of consciousness I tell you it works for me you will seriously have to make yourself take a break from the book to draw breath The story just whizzes along and if you're willing it'll drag you with it Similar to Godsknife TCWhas come up with some brilliant technological ideas and these blend into the story wellhelping it along even faster You can read the synopsis of the book yourself and I never knowingly give spoilershowever suffice to say I look forward to what DM Stenson and his wife Star get up to nextbring it on As a PS I do not think you have to read the books that originally created this world to thoroughly enjoy this book

review Scavenger: Evolution

Scavenger: Evolution review Û 3 ✓ A compilation of Scavenger 1 3 Red Sands Blue Dawn and Twin SunsIn the future sand divers search the depths for the lost city of Danvar and the truth behind their bleak existence Divemaster Rush hasn’t dove since he lost his infant A job offer turns from an escape to a trap and the lure of a hardened heart to su S infant A job offer turns from an escape to a trap and the lure of a hardened heart to survive like anyone else would One dive leads to another Farther and farther from the surface death and evolution change his world He’l. I'm not sure if I've ever read a piece of fan fiction before reading the original work but based on recommendations and the reviews here I decided to dive into Scavenger Evolution Sand Divers Book One by Timothy C Ward The world in this book is based on Hugh Howey's novel SandWard tells us that we don't need to read Sand first so I took him at his word And I found myself in a fascinating fictional world that I want to learn about Scavenger Evolution is a gritty tale about a former sand diver who seems to have given up on life after the death of his son but now gets a second chance through some troublesome circumstances Ward's prose and description are a nice fit for this post apocalyptic science fiction novel I definitely enjoyed the world of Sand The last part of the novel is nonstop action as Rush and the others are put through the grinder in this edge of your seat thriller Scavenger Evolution is listed as Book One and that’s good news because this is exciting futuristic science fiction in a world you hope doesn't happen Great job Mr Ward

Timothy C. Ward ↠ 3 summary

Scavenger EvolutionL have to change to or watch his wife rise without himInspired by Hugh Howey’s world of Sand Written and sold with his permission Scavenger Evolution takes the landscape of Dune and throws in the pacing and thrills of Alien. I don’t often read dystopian fiction However I have a strong affinity for underdog characters Rush Stenson is by far one of the lowest underdogs I’ve ever encountered He starts off estranged from his wife over a past tragedy and works cleaning a brothel facing constant temptation to cut ties with his wife entirely and pay for one of the prostitutes He’s washed up out of practice at sand diving and very rough around the edgesWhat makes Rush a likable character is that he stubbornly claws his way out of the bottom persistently resists temptation and strives to make the right decision He pursues redemption even when it hurts Even when it makes him lose face Even when it causes physical injury Even when it means trying to make amends with his wife Star Even when it means facing her wrath to save her from her own self destructive behaviorRush’s uest to heal his marriage relationship is the core of this book This internal journey is coupled with an action packed plot involving deception betrayal and a mysterious government facility buried beneath the sand While author Timothy C Ward didn’t create the concept of sand diving–using special suits and mentally controlled energy to ‘swim’ through and manipulate sand–he uses it very effectively in a number of high octane action scenes I did have some issues visualizing what Rush was trying to do when he ‘dove’ but I got the gistFinal Verdict a potent raw dystopian story with a powerful core of escaping the sins of the past and trying to move into a better future Definitely not for all markets but a worthy effort My only uestion is when do I get the next installment