qJason Gurley will be a household name one day.q a Hugh Howey Book 2 of The Movement Trilogy Earth has become an artifact of history. Children are no longer taught that it is the birthplace of mankind. For them, history begins with the Citadel, the enormous institution that governs the system with a heavy, vicious fist. Three hundred years have passed since the events of Book 1. The Machine class, oppressed and broken, has scattered throughout the system, building outposts and colonies on every surface they can find. They rely upon the Onyx class, the privileged ones, for sustenance. But the most brutal attack in human history relights the fuse of war between the two classes, and rebellions break out on every moon, planet and rock between Earth and the stars. And somewhere in the chaos, Tasneem Kyoh and David Dewbury still fight for mankind's future... a new Earth, and a new beginning. The Colonists, the second title in Jason Gurley's Movement Trilogy, continues the epic story of humanity's greatest struggle, and its desperate battle with its most powerful enemy: itself.to fix things. I broke my family, and I couldna#39;t fix them, so I taught myself to fix a broken cup, and then a water spigot, and then a table that wobbled. I learned how to fix almost anything, so that I would never break something so irretrievably everanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Jason Gurley - 2013-03-24|