Harmonics: The Jadian Sun

Harmonics: The Jadian Sun

by Collin Earl, Chris Snelgrove

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For Samantha Montgomery, it seems there is no end to the reach of the Jadian Empire, as she once again finds herself at its mercy. Although life in an underground military facility was no picnic, the dangers within the elusive Empire may prove even more perilous.

With Richard’s sacrifice all for naught and Adam a part of those responsible for the attack on her school, Sam must find a way back to her home, back to her family…back to the life she once knew on her own.

Sam isn’t sure who she can trust as everyone around her seems tangled in the Empire’s vast web of deceit and duplicity. As she descends deeper into the heart of the Seven Cities, she realizes that nothing is certain- not even her beliefs about herself. Now she must choose between the life she has always known, or the truths she has discovered.

Join Sam as she uncovers the legacies, legends, and lies in Harmonics: The Jadian Sun

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014382212
Publisher: SilverStone Books
Publication date: 02/29/2012
Series: Harmonics Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 275
File size: 633 KB

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Harmonics: The Jadian Sun 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Harmonics series is a fun read but I regret starting it and buying them since the author seems to have given up on writing. While I enjoyed his vision of this world and the sense of humor, I wouldn't recommend it since it seems to have stopped with this book leaving the readers wondering how it ends.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Editors woke up on this one, grammatical errors were a lot less. This story is in it's 3rd book now, and honestly needs to finish in the next book. Stretching it any further than four books is going to make readers loose interest. The characters are well developed, the back story is almost filled completely in and the end has to be nigh.. The story is well thought out, and well written. Looking forward to the next (last?) installment.