Suze (The Sol Chronicles Series #5)

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Suze is book five of The Sol Chronicles. It is the story of a young girl taken at birth and raised on Ganymede in a government -run education system. War breaks out between the moons of Jupiter and Suze eventually is returned to Jupiter as one of the Ganymede troops in the war against the Callistans. Soon after her arrival Suze is wounded and left for dead.

She is found by the Jovians and nursed back to health only to discover that the sauruses of the world believe her to be the...

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Overview

Suze is book five of The Sol Chronicles. It is the story of a young girl taken at birth and raised on Ganymede in a government -run education system. War breaks out between the moons of Jupiter and Suze eventually is returned to Jupiter as one of the Ganymede troops in the war against the Callistans. Soon after her arrival Suze is wounded and left for dead.

She is found by the Jovians and nursed back to health only to discover that the sauruses of the world believe her to be the one who can save mankind from a final extinction. Through the education given to her by the sauruses, Suze comes to realize her full potential and her fate. She only wishes that she would be the Savior of the human race. Only time will reveal the truth of the ancient saurus' prophecy.

Is mankind again doomed or can it be saved by the young girl chosen by the sauruses? Will the human race finally be turned from a path of destruction? Or will the blight on the Universe be allowed to continue?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595334049
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/20/2004
  • Series: The Sol Chronicles Series , #5
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2005

    Suze Review

    ¿Suze¿ is Donald¿s fifth installment in The Sol Chronicles. I think this is a great book which shows the maturing writing style that will continue to make this series growing phenomena. As the stories have developed, Donald¿s writing has become more concise and tight, allowing for a smoother transaction between scenes and character interactions. When Armageddon¿s society imploded on itself and the planet exploded, the exploratory space craft were left to develop new societies and support themselves. Jupiter supports her moons by giving up its¿ a portion of its¿ newborns to supplement the moon populations. Suze is taken at berth, grows up on Ganymede and turns into a young, energetic leader who knows what she wants. War breaks out with the deception of the Europa leaders and plunges Ganymede and Callisto into a War of the Worlds and the Moon of Io playing both sides. Suze is at an outpost on Jupiter when she is reunited with her heritage and she is mentored by her Sauruse, Marria. As Suze grows, as a woman, disciple and ¿Higher Being¿ many explanations for the events in Donald¿s past books come to light. As the story develops, Suze becomes more powerful and rekindles her love for old friends, she sacrifices herself for mankind. While mankind is reshaped, once again, there are many instances of good and moral behavior which leads a group of humans from Jupiter back to Terra. I will be looking forward to Donald¿s next installment to The Sol Chronicles ¿Twin Resolutions.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2005

    It was hard to put this book down.

    Mr. Thompson, I truly enjoyed this latest chapter. I was, however, dissapointed when our heroine finally left her mortal host. I guess it had to be that way. I wish that at least Val and Karla had survived, and that they eventually chose each other and lead the Jovian people. I really did like when Galipoli's ultimate plan was thwarted at the moment Suze released herself throughout Jovian space. What will the next chapter bring for us? Of the colonies that set forth from Armageddon, Saturn is the one that curbs my interest.

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