Faith

Faith

by Archie Hellshire

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940161598559
Publisher: NineStar Press
Publication date: 10/15/2018
Series: Graphene , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Archie Hellshire is an author with aspirations of being able to write. He was born in the Caribbean where he developed a love of nature, the metric system, and high temperatures. In school, lacking any athletic or social ability, he became a very bookish person, indulging in the works of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, JK Rowling, and Charles Dodgson. Despite being well read, he struggled with dyslexia and would forever remain horrible at spelling. The advent of Spell Checker reignited his dreams of becoming an author.

Archie grew up in a family and culture that was not tolerant of homosexuals, and he spent his entire young life in the closet, retreating into his books and a rich fantasy life. In the theater of his mind, the romances he read could be edited to be male couples. He dreamed of one day writing his own stories and living his own happy ending.

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Faith 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
amatate 10 months ago
Faith continues the Graphene series and really should be read in order to grasp the complex elements of the plot and the references to past characters and the continuing storyline. I was hit and miss with the first book in the series and felt pretty similarly after this one, though for different reasons. Once again, the book launches quickly into the action…so quickly, in fact, that it left me scrambling a bit to recall some of the details from the previous novella, Chance. That said, I enjoyed all the twists and excitement that ensued as Tuck and Sam raced to escape their pursuers, who were intent on laying claim to Sam’s research with graphene. And while I was initially a little lost, I did like how the stories were linked and enjoyed the secondary roles characters from the previous book played in Faith. When I finished Chance, I fully expected the next book to feature Daniel and Nathan as the main characters, so I was a little thrown at the start of Faith. However, Sam and Tuck made for an equally dynamic, opposites-attract pairing. I also really liked the collegiate side of the story and how that worked into the graphene discovery and manipulation. In Chance, I missed out on the relationship development due to the action and ongoing chase scenes, so I was pleased there was a bit more substance to Tuck and Sam’s romantic relationship. Although I still felt like there were some loose ends and Faith didn’t quite capture my attention quite as much as Chance, this has been a fun contemporary series with a sci-fi/fantasy edge complete with some good twists and plenty of action that I think plenty of readers will enjoy. I’m not sure that this series will have any more releases, but I’ll be on the lookout for more from the author either way. *eARC received via Netgalley. The author and publisher had no influence over this review*