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Ebook  ✓ Alone ePUB Ê After her family is killed in the cleansing, Bethany s purpose in life has changed No longer will she be allowed to work to save her dying planet As a slave, endurance is her goal as she marks each day as one moment closer to an eternity spent reunited with those she loved But when her planet is invaded, everything changes Now she must decide either to align herself with those from her planet who condemned her faith and killed her family, or with the warriors who have conquered her world Ultimately her choice will mean life or death for than just her planet s ecosystem She alone holds the key to a powerful secret, and the fate of the entire galaxy depends on her decision


10 thoughts on “Alone

  1. DiAnn DiAnn says:

    Truth or lies Life or death Debut novelist Edie Melson sweeps the reader into the world of tomorrow where planets and people collide and belief systems are for the weak Move over Sci Fi super writers, Melson will give you a run for your bestseller list Who can Bethany trust when those around her are responsible for sending loved ones to their death But the giants who have invaded her planet are enemies Both planets face extinction without her knowledge, but will she be ab


  2. Lisa Lisa says:

    Reminiscent of the best Robert Heinlein or Arthur C Clarke stories, Melson explores the Christian faith spread through the galaxy What might it look like over time and adulteration It s not all that different from ethnic cleansing on earth.A dying world exploited to the extreme by a small group of powerful people are led by an influence of evil greater than time a race of appointed spacefarers bent on taking over an interpretation of moral codes passed down from generation to ge


  3. Teresa Teresa says:

    Title AloneAuthor Edie MelsonPublisher Prism Book GroupISBN 978 1 943104 67 3Buy Link Teresa Fallen AngelBlurb After her family is killed in the cleansing, Bethany s purpose in life has changed No longer will she be allowed to work to save her dying planet As a slave, endurance is her goal as she marks each day as one moment closer to an eternity spent reunited with those she loved But when her planet is invaded, everything changes Now Title AloneAuthor Edie MelsonPublisher Prism Book


  4. Becky Van Daniker Becky Van Daniker says:

    This is the first novel that I ever read by this author so I had no idea what to expect I enjoy a good young adult dystopian novel, but it s rare to find one within the Christian Fiction genre Alone by Edie Melson doesn t disappoint This was a fun futuristic novel that where people from different planets and worldviews collide In a world where Seekers or Christians are being persecuted for their beliefs and where believing in God is seen as weak.This is one of the best sci fi novels that I Th


  5. Megan Lee Megan Lee says:

    I rarely read speculative or science fiction, but ALONE transcends the label of a particular genre This is a compelling read The story is a universal one, a heroine s quest with a Christian message Bethany s character is relatable and real Her world is believable, a product of Melson s excellent writing and masterful world building I look forward to reading Melson s future books, regardless of the genre.


  6. Jennifer Gross Jennifer Gross says:

    I really liked this book up until the end Really interesting concept, good world building, I could envison both the book s present depiction of the planet and the memories that the characters had of how it looked when they were young But I thought the book ended rather abruptly, with several plot lines left hanging I assume a sequel is planned, but a littleresolution, or even some acknowledgement at the end that, say, the research on the father s work would continue, would have improved I really liked this


  7. Victoria Victoria says:

    Interestingly well written novel with a futuristic setting The characters are believable making this novel well worth the read The author has an expansive imagination and takes the reader along on an edge of the chair adventure.


  8. Jennifer Hallmark Jennifer Hallmark says:

    Couldn t Put It DownAlone by Edie Melson is a wonderful story I didn t want to put down The plot was complex but could be followed I loved the characters It reminded me a little of the original Star Wars movie I d definitely recommend this book


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