Cancer: Penny Candles #2020

Cancer: Penny Candles By Vivien Dean Cancer Penny Candles Two men separated by chance must build their futures without letting the past destroy themIn the year the U S is divided Half the country has moved on with the rest of the world while in middl
  • Title: Cancer: Penny Candles
  • Author: Vivien Dean
  • ISBN: 9781602727083
  • Page: 392
  • Format: ebook
  • Cancer: Penny Candles By Vivien Dean
    Cancer: Penny Candles By Vivien Dean Two men separated by chance must build their futures, without letting the past destroy themIn the year 2184, the U.S is divided Half the country has moved on with the rest of the world, while in middle America, the survivors of the terrorist biological attack that split the country struggle just to stay alive Though a century has passed, few people brave going behindTwo men separated by chance must build their futures, without letting the past destroy themIn the year 2184, the U.S is divided Half the country has moved on with the rest of the world, while in middle America, the survivors of the terrorist biological attack that split the country struggle just to stay alive Though a century has passed, few people brave going behind the borders meant to contain the danger Even the privatized military is reluctant to do so.But that doesn t stop recently discharged Sullivan Eberle Only one thing drives him any the need to find Raphael Hamada He doesn t know why he only knows he must If that means a lifetime behind the borders, then so be it.Rafe Hamada ran away from the real world when he was still a kid The last thing he wants is to be found, especially by a soldier who can t even tell him why it was so important to locate him in the first place He d like nothing than for Sullivan to leave, but turning his back on a man alone and friendless is against everything Rafe stands forGenres Gay Futuristic Interracial Multicultural Series
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    About “Vivien Dean

    • Vivien Dean

      Vivien Dean has had a lifetime love affair with stories A multi published author, her books have been EPPIE finalists, Romantic Times Reviewer s Choice Nominees, and readers favorites After spending her twenties and early thirties traveling, she has finally settled down and currently resides in northern California with her British husband and two children.

    530 thoughts on “Cancer: Penny Candles

    • I ve had this forever and finally read it I enjoy the futuristic dystopian story, although I would have liked a bit background about how the world came to be Sullivan is a genetically engineered soldier who is released because of a serious head injury He finds the name of a man in his luggage and sets out to find him, not knowing where the guy lives or why he s going Wandering around in the uncivilized part of the US he stumbles upon Rafe Soldiers are not looked up favourably, but Rafe trusts h [...]


    • 4.5 StarsI really enjoyed this futuristic sci fi world After his retirement from the military, Sullivan crosses the border into mid America to deliver a message He doesn t know where he is going He doesn t know who gave him the message He doesn t know who the message is for He only knows that it is important, urgent and that the person the message is for is going to change his life.I loved how the relationship between Rafe and Sullivan unfolded My heart broke for Sullivan whose hopes and dreams [...]


    • The story sets in 2184, where the country is divided between inside and outside the border Sullivan is a Strike soldier, discharged after being injured now he only has one purpose, to travel and find a man by the name of Raphael Hamada Sullivan doesn t know why, he only has the name on a paper after he is out of the hospital, and he doesn t even have a clue who gives the paper to him But that name gives him something to go on Until he arrives in a town oustide the border, and meets Raphael Rafe [...]


    • A little disappointed with how the story unraveled to the end The main characters were rather bland and even I can t say that the reason behind mystery was predictable but because the hints came late in the story, not that they re complicated or anything The background set in futuristic world nevertheless vaguely described I m not very much impress by this book.



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