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Galileo's Stepdaughter

Galileo's Stepdaughter

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by Amanda McCarter
Albert Einstein is quoted as saying, "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones." For Ellia McAllister, it couldn't be more accurate.
Thousands of years after a devastating cataclysm, humanity lives in a new dark age. Technology and science are forbidden and a matriarchal church rules

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Galileo's Stepdaughter 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AWSullivan More than 1 year ago
Amanda has put together a compelling coming of age story that keeps the reader guessing. I'm a fairly slow reader and I still finished this in only two sittings. The characters are solid and with a few exceptions, very believable. I thought the protagonist was a little too trusting but this is easy to overlook. The ending was satisfying to the extent that it closed out this chapter in the main characters life but I felt there was much more story to be told. Hopefully we'll see more from Amanda McCarter soon!