Sonar The Crashing

Sonar The Crashing

by B Truly

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Overview

Is it more than déjà vu? With the Romeland family it may be destined to be true.

Life on Earth is not the only place where devastation occurs and hard choices must be made. The Royal 4 of Kadan live in the Sonar galaxy, three hundred million light years from Earth. They travel to Earth to obtain the resources that they need to give their world a fighting chance. Their mission is compromised and they're faced with life changing events.
The mind is a complex mystery. Syira struggles with who she has become and the strange dreams that start to unfold. With no memory of her past, Syira wonders if it's more than a dream, or is it déjà vu? When secrets unravel in her life, it's a chaotic cyclone.

Shiray is frantic when she is the first to discover their true destiny and that the love of her life no longer remembers who she is. Shiray has to determine if she will fight for him or let him go. Either choice holds consequences, but she must find a way to restore her family before all is lost. They must prevail because the fate of their planet lies in their hands.

What would you do if you had amnesia but fell in love, only to learn upon regaining your memory, that you're already married?
Find out in this New Adult, Sci-fi, Romance Thriller!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045820974
Publisher: B Truly
Publication date: 04/08/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 501,190
File size: 358 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

About Brandy B Truly has wanted to be an author since she was fifteen years old and is grateful to have accomplished this dream. She has very vivid dreams and a wild imagination. She likes to read, watch tons of TV shows, and movies. She's addicted to romance and gets a thrill out of action and suspense. She writes New Adult, Fantasy, Sci-fi, and Paranormal-Romance. In the Sonar series, B Truly said, “It was fun to explore different elements of Sci-fi romance and create various realms of powers for my characters. I want to show my readers that Sci-fi can be fun, but also traumatic. I hope you guys enjoy the Sonar Series.” B Truly has three wonderful children and a husband who defines the person she today. She works full-time as an Ultrasound technologist in Sugarland, Texas.

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Sonar The Crashing 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Deana Simpson More than 1 year ago
This is a great book! If you love Sci-fi and romance I highly recommend. It is an easy read once you get into the story I was done with the book in 3 sittings. At the end of the day its a great story and I cannot wait until the sequel to find out what happens to Syria and Kadeem. The author is a wonderful storyteller with a lot of potential and I cannot wait to see what else she has in store for her readers and fans.
BTruly More than 1 year ago
Cat2002116 More than 1 year ago
(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review). (This review may contain spoilers). The concept of life in other parts of the universe is an interesting one and despite the blurb of this book giving away quite a bit of the storyline, I did find it to be a really intriguing plotline. Unfortunately, there were quite a few things that didn't sit right with me. I found it really difficult to differentiate the two POV characters. Until the other one was named, I wasn't actually sure whose head I was supposed to be in. Both of them seemed to have the same thought processes and it was really jarring to suddenly realise I wasn't in the head of the character I thought I should have been in. The storyline here had a lot of potential. There were two main romances that could have been really interesting to read about... as well as a love triangle that had the potential to be fairly unique. Unfortunately, a lot of that was lost when it came to insta!love and lack of compassion from any of the other characters for a problem one of their kind was facing. I didn't feel like I could get behind the emotions of the two main characters. I was being told what they were feeling... but not shown. There was hardly any foreshadowing - and characters who were supposed to be important were only referenced one. It was interesting to see that there were differences in Kadan and Earth... but a lot of the things were the same. I would have really liked to see what a different culture would do for proposing, for instance. The concept about the different powers was quite intriguing, but I felt it wasn't utilised as much as it could have been. I also felt there were moments in this book that were quite contradictory. I can't really give this book any more than two stars. Although it wasn't massive in length, there was quite a bit of info-dumping and I felt the characters didn't have individual voices. There was a lot of potential in this book, but I felt the execution fell short... which was a shame, because the plot detail and cover really had caught my attention.