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Lady Grace (Tales from Earth's End #2)

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BEYOND THE END OF THE WORLD The Earth has been devastated by a nuclear holocaust. Technological wizard Jeremy Edgarton and a few of his friends were whisked off planet moments before the horror by the goldies, a race of super-evolved aliens who seemed too good to be true. Unfortunately for Jeremy, that s exactly what they were and now he wants out. Jeremy s mother, Veronic ...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published 2012 by Vilasa Press
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Todd Fonseca
Lady Grace (Tales from Earth's End II) - Big and Small fight for the Future of Humanity

Rating: 5 of 5
Author: Sandy Nathan
Format: Kindle, Paperback

After centuries on the golden planet and being treated as little more than a procreation pet by the Goldies, Jeremy Edgarton demands to be returned home - to Earth - to usher in the rebirth of humanity and ensure that those who survived the world's end have not fallen victim to The General. But on his return, Jeremy finds something much much worse than
Aug 21, 2012 Darlene rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Yvensong, Kimberly Boehm, S. Michele Smith
Recommended to Darlene by: BookRooster
Could I give this one 4.5 stars? I really liked it. But it got to be too long and was often confusing. I liked the idea of using whatever spiritual method (prayer, meditation, yoga,etc.) to block the bad guys' thoughts but it seemed the most rational, let's say atheist(?) got left in the cold when I think their rationale might have gotten them by, also.

This book continues The Angel & the Brown-Eyed Boy which, also, wasn't about angels. No matter, it was sci-fi the way I like it! I do love th
Kate McGuinness
Lady Grace could well be categorized as suspense because the author skillfully keeps the reader on edge wondering what will happen next. The novel's fantasy world holds the potential for unexpected, monstrous perils and magical, heroic rescues. Sandy Nathan never fails to surprise with plot twists and character transformations. But Lady Grace offers more than an exciting read. The author shows us the possibility of redemption and illuminates the power of having a spiritual practice without endor ...more
I absolutely fell in love with this book. It wasn't what I expected, it was way better. Intrigue, sci-fi, mystery, romance, aliens, ghosts, monsters, and spiritual. What a dynamite reading experience. I couldn't believe all the twists,turns and who done it. Not so many to get confused but just enough so you won't want to put it down. The only problem I found is that now I have to find the first book in the series and read it. Lady Grace and Sam were the most unlikely couple, but the dynamics of ...more
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Sandy Nathan writes to amaze and delight, uplift and inspire, as well as thrill and occasionally terrify. She is known for creating unforgettable characters and putting them in do or die situations. She writes in genres ranging from science fiction, fantasy, and visionary fiction to juvenile nonfiction to spirituality and memoir.

"I write for people who like challenging, original work. My reader is
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