Grave climbing In this second book of the Sanctuary series the mastermind behind decades of extortion and murder is finally imprisoned and the citizens of Sanctuary go back to their normal lives There is a growing

  • Title: Grave-climbing
  • Author: P.J.O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9781311007087
  • Page: 253
  • Format: ebook
  • In this second book of the Sanctuary series, the mastermind behind decades of extortion and murder is finally imprisoned, and the citizens of Sanctuary go back to their normal lives There is a growing movement for social reform, including the relaxation of laws regulating marriage and assets ownership Traditionalists fear this will lead to their society s disintegrationIn this second book of the Sanctuary series, the mastermind behind decades of extortion and murder is finally imprisoned, and the citizens of Sanctuary go back to their normal lives There is a growing movement for social reform, including the relaxation of laws regulating marriage and assets ownership Traditionalists fear this will lead to their society s disintegration and counter with greater restrictions As tensions rise, a university professor is suspected of destroying historical records, a father is pressured to cut ties to a beloved daughter who has eloped, and an otherwise rational young man worries that his new wife s seizures are of a diabolic origin Violence erupts once again in a land that has forbidden it A bloody coup attempt at the palace is put down, but insidious threats remain as shadowy organizations take root Author s note for those with Kindles, a mobi edition is available at the Smashwords site An epub can also be downloaded there and almost every other major ebook seller.

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    1. P.J.O'Brien

      O Brien, a somewhat optimistic rurally raised resident of a northeastern US city infamous for its gritty hopelessness, is primarily a reader She was challenged to write a genre bending mystery after losing an argument with ducks about the inevitability of violence She dreamed up a country founded upon the ideals of fairness and peace, and then added characters that had to abide by the framework of their culture They were given the traditional provocations to fighting e.g limited resources, invasions, religious ideological differences as well as some natural horrors that plague people The characters were allowed to evolve on their own and respond to crises as they saw fit They had only to be true to their culture, retain essential elements of modern humanity, and be charming when not dealing with threats that could potentially end the world as they knew it.After four books, they felt they had fully addressed the most essential questions of suffering, violence, love, and happiness, and still retain their sense of humor And did they That s for you and the ducks to decide The author has turned back to reading, which is what she s happiest doing You can download most of each book at Smashwords or most other places where epubs are available Coupons for free or reduced prices for addicted readers are available Send me a message to find out .

    885 thoughts on “Grave-climbing”

    1. This is a superlative continuation of the tetralogy, picking up soon after the end of Volume 1. (Note: it's over 1200 pages, nearly 530,000 words.) In this book we're introduced to a bunch of new characters, there is a coup attempt in the palace, and a whole host of other events and relationships are woven into the tale, including a trial that gives us a glimpse of the Sanctuarian legal system in action, murder, attempted assassinations, kidnapping As expected this isn't exactly a cliffhanger, b [...]


    2. Just as in PJ O’Brien’s first book of the Sanctuary series, the second book, Grave Climbing, somehow manages to weave comedy, tragedy, romance, and drama into a plot that includes: an almost feral teen’s first exposure to school; a bizarre palace coup attempt where even those involved have no idea what’s going on; political conspiracies involving marriage entrapment, university professors, and EEG labs (seriously); an argument about the Wizard of Oz and terrorism, typical coming of age d [...]



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