SUNCATCHER: Seven Days in the Sky

SUNCATCHER: Seven Days in the Sky

by Alia Gee

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It’s 2075 in a post-climate change, post-pandemic, post-peak oil world. Professor Radicand Jones has earned a nice quiet sabbatical in her sister’s solar powered airship, floating serenely above it all.

Instead, Radicand finds herself:

Defending the airship flock against pirates with nothing but her rifle and her wits.

Risking her mind every time she goes deeper into the enhanced virtual reality of the aether—just like her father before her.

Helping her best friend escape from bounty hunters determined to keep her genetic property under corporate control.

Falling in love with a killer. He has a heart of gold. It might belong to someone else.

Happy endings may look easy in the sky, but can Radicand Jones save everyone else’s hearts and minds without losing her own?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148281085
Publisher:, Inc.
Publication date: 01/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 456
Sales rank: 1,027,578
File size: 548 KB

About the Author

Alia Gee was raised on a steady diet of science fiction and the kindness of strangers. She is grateful for both. Alia has loved Rumi, solar power, and her husband for a very long time. She recently fell in love with Occupy Wall Street. Now she lives and loves in New York City raising her eyebrows at her children and her glass to art and culture and her voice in the streets. This is her first published novel.

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SUNCATCHER: Seven Days in the Sky 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a rollicking good read--I couldn't put it down. It's dystopic without being miserable and actually has a great sense of humor. She writes characters you want to read more about. Please write a sequel!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very enjoyable book. That may seem surprising, given that several plot points involve a plague, human slavery by another name, and a country dominated by evil corporations, all in a world radically reshaped by global warming. But it's also written with humor and humanity, focused on the ways it is possible to build a life around positive change, even in the midst of hardship and injustice. If you are looking for a cheerful, progressive, semi-steampunk scifi novel with a diverse cast of characters, this one could be for you.