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It is 2,241 years after the human race resumed counting. America has undergone a prior century of tyranny. The country is slowly finding its way again under the leadership of President Schulberhe. While no one doubts the good he has already brought the Nation, others question his motives. He is a foreigner, after all, hailing from the war-torn Island of Artemisia. When ...more
ebook, Definitive Edition, 258 pages
Published December 30th 2015 by Sarah Wallin-Huff
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Morgan Lazo
Dec 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In an America of the distant future, Janice Smith is a fairly ordinary thirteen year old girl with a decent life. Not too rich, not too poor, lives with her mother, with whom she is very close, and while not exceedingly popular, is comfortable socially. Her mother is a political activist who speaks out against the government’s monumental levels of control over the people. Social levels and travel restrictions mean that only the most wealthy and influential have any true free will or options for ...more
Anna del C. Dye
Jun 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Pursuit of Truth by Sarah Wallin Huff is a very nice story, although it reads more like an interesting narrative than a fantasy. It has lots of descriptions, which slow down the book. That said, it doesn’t feel like an info dump. Still there are a lot of details together that many readers will jump to get to the action in the story.
It also has a lot of telling instead of showing. This too tends to slow down the story. When you choose to tell everything the main character is feeling and doing it
...more
Wetdryvac Wetdryvac
Aug 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
Not a style of writing I usually go in for - I'm for more prone towards David Weber's occasional pedantry - but his made a nifty change of pace from that, and an interesting variation on faith, or fate, as well. A good expansion of horizons, in terms of plot and style, and I'm glad I picked it up.
James Huff
rated it it was amazing
Jan 08, 2016
Morgan Lazo
Dec 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing
In an America of the distant future, Janice Smith is a fairly ordinary thirteen year old girl with a decent life. Not too rich, not too poor, lives with her mother, with whom she is very close, and while not exceedingly popular, is comfortable socially. Her mother is a political activist who speaks out against the government’s monumental levels of control over the people. Social levels and travel restrictions mean that only the most wealthy and influential have any true free will or options for ...more
Anna del C. Dye
Jun 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Pursuit of Truth by Sarah Wallin Huff is a very nice story, although it reads more like an interesting narrative than a fantasy. It has lots of descriptions, which slow down the book. That said, it doesn’t feel like an info dump. Still there are a lot of details together that many readers will jump to get to the action in the story.
It also has a lot of telling instead of showing. This too tends to slow down the story. When you choose to tell everything the main character is feeling and doing it
...more
Wetdryvac Wetdryvac
Jul 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
Not a style of writing I usually go in for - I'm for more prone towards David Weber's occasional pedantry - but his made a nifty change of pace from that, and an interesting variation on faith, or fate, as well. A good expansion of horizons, in terms of plot and style, and I'm glad I picked it up.
Sarah Wallin-Huff
Dec 30, 2015 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
James Huff
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Violinist/Violist, Composer, and Author Sarah Wallin Huff has been playing the violin since 1990 and composing since 1993. Her compositions have been performed in numerous concerts throughout the States and abroad: including the Zipper Hall in Los Angeles and the Exeter Phoenix Auditorium in Devon, England. Having received her MA in Music Composition at Claremont Graduate University in 2008, from ...more