End The LightCatcher

End The LightCatcher

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by Cheng D.A
     
 

It is 3013. The City of Lions is a beautiful but treacherous city for children deemed useless by society, children like End Cloud. According to law, he must be brainwashed and turned into a manual laborer for life. But seconds before it happened, he received an invitation to join the most prestigious military school in the world where children convert emotions into

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It is 3013. The City of Lions is a beautiful but treacherous city for children deemed useless by society, children like End Cloud. According to law, he must be brainwashed and turned into a manual laborer for life. But seconds before it happened, he received an invitation to join the most prestigious military school in the world where children convert emotions into energy for military purposes, kn

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044424142
Publisher:
Cheng D.A
Publication date:
04/02/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
863 KB

Meet the Author

I'm just a simple guy who loves writing.Life has been not so simple of late, and when the dust settles, all we ever want to do is just find that little piece of heaven that we all love to live in, and live in it. I love writing, if i can write something and survive doing it, well, that would be niceSo i hope you love reading my stories. They're a bit crazy but its all good fun, and i've always believed that stories should do some good in this universe.sincerelyDA

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End The LightCatcher 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too much fiction, not enough science. Too much telling, not enough showing. Poorly formatted and sometimes sounds like a non-native English speaker wrote it. There are some interesting elements to this story, but not enough to overcome reality. A dystopian futuristic work should be based upon the principles and rules which govern our world, but this ventures out into a fantasy/cartoonish version of reality. I like fantasy, but there are rules fantasy worlds must follow. Pulling tricks out of a hat is not a substitute for good writing.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable read. Every journey has times when there are turns that lead to poor roads. The trick is to enjoy the overall trip. This is the same for this book. There were times when I felt I was on a poor road but then Id get back on track. By the end I was able to truly say that I enjoyed the travel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun. Longish? Lacked some elements. But its a free book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago