The Solar War


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    The author, A. G Riddle excels in writing novels about the science and the solar system, and how scientific experiments would have looked at one point of time in early age. The Solar War novel, part of the Long Winter series is just a testimony of outstanding work of the author. The narration of this book is done by Edoardo Ballerini and Amanda Leigh Cobb and they both have superbly done justice to the expectation of the author and the audience as well.

    The story continues about the woes of long and extreme winter from its prequel. This time, the grid has turned and things would not come to a halt, until the mankind is totally extinct. In a ruined word or a world nearing that stage, the last survivors of humanity took the charge to fight against all odds.

    The Solar War

    In the darkest of times, they were able to discover a completely new hope for the survival of humans. But, on the other side, it had an unthinkable price and the expected consequences of same would probably change everything around people. People thought earlier the war was over, but it wasn’t actually and things were far away from being normal.

    The Winter World and The Atlantis Plague are two other books associated with the author. Both these books speak volumes about the reach and imagination of the author and how masterfully he has encapsulated science and solar system in a novella setting. Do check out these books to know the best about the author and his work.


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