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Gravity's Arrow

4.71  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Set several thousand years in the future, Gravity’s Arrow follows 12-year-old Fhiro and his family as they are forced to confront divided loyalties, powerful empires and zealots who will stop at nothing. Hoping to find safety on an unremarkable planet, they find themselves under threat again when a remarkable secret is uncovered in an archaeological dig. Faced with enemies ...more
Paperback, 498 pages
Published July 19th 2019 by Fantastic Books Publishing
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Stuart Aken
Jul 28, 2019 rated it really liked it
This complex and intriguing book is full of action. It’s also packed with thought-provoking discussions among the many fascinating characters. These come as natural parts of the story and we are led into them through both the action and the well-drawn natural exchanges of the players.
Imagination is used to great effect in this story, with multiple settings and a huge array of characters all backed up by their individual and tribal cultures and belief systems. Most of the story is told through
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Penny Grubb
Oct 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a young adult space adventure. The protagonist is 12-year-old Fhiro who thinks of his life as pretty mundane - hemmed in by parental rules, envious of an older brother who has so much more freedom, and pestered by a younger sister who is as irritating as only a younger sister can be. He yearns for adventure.

Fhiro has no clue that his whole family has been living on a knife-edge, a hair's breadth from calamity. When the axe falls, it falls suddenly and hard, and they are all running for
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Eibhlin Tuohig
Nov 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Just when you think he is safe, another twist in the tale expands the danger for young Fhiro and his family. This 12 year old hero is full of questions about the future of his galaxy, which is falling into the grip of the warmongers of the Creedate religion.
Tough experiences teach him who to trust.
Written in a clear style, this novel is a compulsive read. I gasped aloud in fear at several scenes in this thought provoking and entertaining novel. Enjoy!
Trevore Grams
Aug 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This was an excellent read, starting small and focused but quickly building in intensity as the characters develop and the setting and stakes are revealed. The scope of the story is vast with potential and kept me guessing until the very end. Based on this first novel there should be more to come, and I look forward to discovering more about this world and the characters in it.
Thoroughly recommended!
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