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Daimilia (Sequel to Sensabria)

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Deadly levels of radiation no longer poison the atmosphere, allowing Earth’s underground civilizations to abandon their subterranean homes, and build new cities on the surface of a pristine and revitalized planet. However, their newfound freedom is short-lived. An unknown force is relentlessly annihilating entire cities, one by one… until only the exquisitely beautiful cit ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published October 1st 2018 by Darrel Merke
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Oct 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
“Time is the longest distance between two places.” - Tennessee Williams

Canadian author Darrel Merke is an artist, a painter of note, who now is embracing a life long interest in science fiction. He also is a devout world traveler, extending his exposure from Tokyo to the Caribbean in his gathering of ideas for his debut novel – SENSABRIA and carrying that very successfully through his sequel to that novel - DAIMILIA.

Darrel’s visual art background serves him well in his translating his vivid ima
Oct 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
Daimilia (Sequel to Sensabria) by Darrel R. Merke is a wonderful follow up sequel to Sensabria, but can certainly stand on its own as a great book. We delve right into the action in the first chapter, and with Merke's flowing writing, get immersed into another world. He makes a fantastic world of fantasy seem almost real, and with his extensive art background, creates vivid and colorful worlds. There is some time travel, a little adventure, love, and numerous issues in rebuilding a civilization, ...more
Oct 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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The story of Daimilia first appears to be a story of what happens after the disaster. What we find is the adventure has only begun when citizens begin to unearth after disaster to only find more problems waiting for them.

The book is well written and well paced, allowing the reader to easily get into it and follow along. If you love these sort of sci-fi books, it will keep you hooked from beginning to end.
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