About the Book
Book: Veiled Sun
Author: Brett Armstrong
Genre: Christian Dystopian, Sci-Fi
AD 2040: Every day the world slips further into lies. Seventeen-year-old Elliott knows that better than most. Project Alexandria is rewriting history, shaping the world according to sinister goals. To stop it, Elliott must assemble the “Veiled Sun”, a secret program written by his grandfather. The only people he can count on are siegers—outlaws who use their coding skills for purposes almost as nefarious as Project Alexandria. Overcoming the schemes and betrayals all around him, he’s the world’s best hope to save
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Oh, what a wonderful thing to read! Romance, suspense, faith, action, adventure, it's all here. 2040 in this book feels like today in our real world, for the most part. From the smoke and mirrors to the fight for freedom, following Elliot is riveting. He's just 17, the same age many of our young men have joined to fight in wars, but he's fighting against the evil of the system that currently hampers his world.
The quotes from other authors, like C.S. Lewis, call to my soul, and I appreciate them. You should read book one first. This is a completely clean read. Sadly, it does have a cliffhanger, which I do tend to hate, but I will give it a pass on this book. This trilogy might wind up on my shelves in print form. Bookmark this series as one to read!
About the Author
Brett Armstrong has been exploring other worlds as a writer since age nine. Years later, he still writes, but now invites others along on his excursions. He’s shown readers hauntingly sorrowful historical fiction (Destitutio Quod
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